City of Longmont lifts most evacuations and restrictions

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LONGMONT, Colo. – Longmont city officials lifted most restrictions and evacuation orders as flood conditions improved Monday morning.

By Monday night, many residents were working hard on their recovery and cleanup.

People in some of the affected neighborhoods have specific routes to get back to their homes, and police are monitoring ingress and egress to sensitive areas. Local ID may be required to enter some areas.

Officials advised residents that some utility and structural hazards could still be present, especially on private property.

The affected areas include:

  • The Greens: Access open from Mt. View and Columbia Dr. Remember Airport Rd. is closed.
  • The Champion Greens and Valley neighborhoods: Access open from 9th Ave and Airport Rd. Homeowners should travel north on Airport Rd. from Nelson Rd. to the check point at St. Vrain Rd. Airport Rd. is closed from the north.
  • The Historic west side neighborhood and Harvest Junction are open with some limited street closures in the areas.
  • Royal Mobile Home Park residents should use caution when entering their homes. Residents must check in with officers and will have one hour to gather necessities. Many of these homes have shifted and are unstable. Power and gas have been turned off in your area. Meet officers near the intersection of Boston Ave and S. Pratt St.
  • The Francis St. Mobile home park will be open for access. The only access is from Nelson Rd., near Ken Pratt Blvd.
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