Lyons Post-Flood Projects
The information on this page features many of the projects that have, currently are, or plan to be undertaken by the Town of Lyons, since the 2013 flood. There may be additional projects that aren’t depicted in this information.
All time frames are estimates, and are subject to change at any time. Planned projects are conditional to funding, timing, and other variants. Unforeseen circumstances may alter the scope, budget, or viability of any project. The information on this page is intended to provide an overview of Lyons' post-flood projects, for informative purposes only.
Post-Flood Projects Story Map
The following map illustrates the general locations tied to many of the post-flood projects. Click the points on the map to reveal basic information about the respective project, including project status, anticipated time frame and budget, a brief overview, and an image.
Recovery Projects Update
Click here to be directed to the list of ongoing projects' updates, detailing progress and relevant information. Refer to this document for the latest on current and future projects, as its regularly updated by project managers and coordinating staff.
|LaVern M Johnson Park
||Rebuild Meadow Park
|Northern Overflow Channel
||Flood mitigation work for S St. Vrain to overflow into N St Vrain
|Mid-Corridor Street Scape
||Medians, parking, crossings along mid-corridor
|Public Works Building Site
||Site Acquired - Old Longmont Water Treatment Plant. Architecture and engineering in September 2017
|Bohn Park Phase I
||Pedestrian bridge, raised walkway, picnic areas, parking, storm water, waste water and potable water system, restrooms, ADA fishing access
|Bohn Park Phase II
||Site grading, trail connectivity and irrigation
||Construction begins November 2017 thru June 2018
|2nd Ave Bridge
||A modern structure with guard rails and hand rails, limited and minimal aesthetic features, clear span with standard Town approach roads and replacement of conduits.
|Ped Bridge across St Vrain
||Relocating to 3rd and Stacey Property (Buy-out). Working on conceptual design. FEMA environmental review and location.
|South St Vrain Stream Restoration
||Flood Resiliency; stream restoration; erosion protection; re-vegetation; fish habitat; overflow channels; improve stream health.
|Eastern Corridor Utilities
||To bring water and utilities to the Eastern Corridor, which includes new lift station; new force main; and three pressure reducing waterline connections.
|St Vrain Trail Extension
||Path from McConnell Bridge to US 36