Historical streamflow in the Boulder Creek watershed
General information about drought, with specific information on the 2002 drought.
General information about floods.
Flash flooding in the Boulder area
Urban Storm Runoff Demonstration Project
We depend on our streams for drinking water and other domestic uses, irrigation of crops, power generation, industrial use, aquatic life habitat, and recreational use. Water is a precious resource in the Boulder area, and how the volume of water flowing in our streams can vary a great deal from year to year, season to season, day to day, and even hour to hour.
USGS stream gage on Boulder Creek at 75th Street.
Boulder Falls (on North Boulder Creek) in 1919.
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