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Town of Lyons, Colorado: Leveraging Financial Resources Case Study

This image, taken by satellites on September 26th, show the pale tan and white scars where fresh soil was exposed from erosion due to the flash flood.
Town of Lyons, Colorado: Leveraging Financial Resources

Lyons sits at the base of two canyons, which is one of the reasons it was so impacted by the heavy rains. Two creeks—South Saint Vrain Creek and North Saint Vrain Creek—flow down the canyons and meet in the center of the town to form Saint Vrain River. This image, taken by satellites on September 26th, show the pale tan and white scars where fresh soil was exposed from erosion due to the flash flood. Source. NASA

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Town of Lyons, Colorado: Leveraging Financial Resources Case Study Teaching Notes

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Town of Lyons, Colorado: Building Community Strength Through Recovery Case Study

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Town of Lyons, Colorado: Building Community Strength Through Recovery Teaching Notes

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Town of Lyons, Colorado: Rebuilding Substantially Damaged Housing Case Study

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Town of Lyons, Colorado: Rebuilding Substantially Damaged Housing Teaching Notes

The town of Lyons was flooded by the North and South Vrain Creeks on September 13, 2013.
Town of Lyons, Colorado: Rebuilding Substantially Damaged Housing

The town of Lyons was flooded by the North and South Vrain Creeks on September 13, 2013.
Source: The Denver Post.

The Clarifier Community Mosaic, which was dedicated in September 2015.
Town of Lyons, Colorado: Building Community Strength Through Recovery

The Clarifier Community Mosaic, which was dedicated in September 2015.
Source: clarifierproject.net

Lyons sits directly to the east of the Rocky Mountains where the north and south St. Vrain Creeks join one another. The blue and purple shading indicate flood zones as defined by the National Flood Insurance Program.
Town of Lyons, Colorado: Building Community Strength Through Recovery

Lyons sits directly to the east of the Rocky Mountains where the north and south St. Vrain Creeks join one another. The blue and purple shading indicate flood zones as defined by the National Flood Insurance Program.
Source: FEMA Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool.