The Middle South Platte River Alliance is a diverse group of stakeholders brought together following the 2013 floods to envision a healthier and more flood resilient corridor in north central Colorado. The Alliance specifically addresses a 20+ mile stretch of the South Platte River in Weld County between the confluence of the St. Vrain and Cache la Poudre Rivers.
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RFP for SH60 Demonstration Project DUE July 22nd, 2017
The Middle South Platte River Alliance will receive proposals for the federally-funded NRCS EMERGENCY WATERSHED PROTECTION IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT. Proposals must be received in person, electronically or by mail by the Middle South Platte River Alliance no later than 5:00 PM on July 22nd, 2017 .
Three Hard copies should be sent to PO Box 614, Loveland, CO, 80539 while digital copies, in PDF format, should be sent to email@example.com.
Proposal documents are available here or at the Colorado EWP website at www.coloradoewp.com/bids.
Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting & Site Visit:
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. to 3:00pm, including a site visit at 2:00pm. LOCATION: Milliken Town Hall (1101 Broad Street, Milliken, CO 80543)
March 27th, 2017
In early April, the Division of Water Resources (“DWR”) and the Colorado Water Conservation Board (“CWCB”) will jointly hold four informational meetings and solicit public input related to the implementation of House Bill 16-1228, known as the Agricultural Water Protection Water Right Bill.
The meetings will be held at the following times and locations:
The agenda for each meeting will be the same: description of House Bill 16-1228; discussion of the draft SWSP Rules; and discussion of the draft Criteria and Guidelines for the Agricultural Water Protection Program. Please visit the DWR website for more information on the legislation, public meetings, and process for providing feedback. The CWCB's draft Criteria and Guidelines and the State Engineer's draft Rules related to the implementation of House Bill 16-1228 are also available on the website, and the public is encouraged to review these drafts before the meetings.
Please use this link to RSVP to a particular meeting location by March 30 if you plan to attend. Thank you!
The South Platte River Sediment Transport Modeling and Project Feasibility Study is now available for view and download.
Please find the file here.
The Middle South Plan River Alliance recently updated its Strategic Operating Plan, which can be found here.
This plan will be revisited on a regular basis to ensure that the content, timeline and vision remains feasible and relevant to each party involved.
After months of hard work and dedication, the Middle South Platte River Restoration Master Plan has received this award from the American Planning Association!!
Thank you to everyone at CDM Smith and the City of Evans who helped the plan come to fruition! This data will be invaluable for riparian restoration over the years to come.
September 23, 2016:
The Middle South Platte River Alliance would like to thank our partner, PDC Energy, for their generous contribution to our cause. The donation will fund Federal 501(c)(3) non-profit designation as the MSPRA grows and prepares for projects in 2017.
August 16, 2016:
MSPRA has received disaster recovery grant funds to begin an 80% design on the Lower Latham Ditch. This project intends to maximize sediment flow, fish passage, and recreational safety while preserving its function as a diversion structure. This project is moving forward in partnership with the City of Evans, Anderson Consulting Engineers out of Fort Collins, CO, and the Latham Ditch Board of Directors.
The Middle South Platte River Alliance is officially registered in the State of Colorado as a Non-Profit entity!
We are excited to continue our journey as an organization.
2013 Colorado Flood Recovery: Three Years of Progress
This is an interactive Geographic Information Systems (GIS) storymap, that illustrates advances made in recovery efforts since the historic flooding Colorado experienced in September of 2013. The storymap utilizes data, analysis, pictures and stories to provide an overview of the incredible ongoing work from local communities, non-profits, state and federal agencies and flood survivors. The storymap will be updated as new data and information is available. Click here to access the database.