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Greeley – High Water Updates - 2:40pm September 17 

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For Immediate Release
Subject:  Greeley – High Water Updates
 
New Information:
Evacuations
• The voluntary evacuation along the Poudre River flood plain in Greeley has been lifted.
• There are no mandatory or voluntary evacuations within the city of Greeley.
• Weld County evacuation hotline:  970-304-6444
 
Red Cross Shelter - Greeley Recreation Center
• The Red Cross shelter housed 76 residents last night (Greeley Recreation Center, 651 10th Avenue).  The Red Cross continues to coordinate resources. 
• Referring all donations to 2-1-1
 
Weld County Disaster Recovery Center
• Weld County Recovery Centers will be open to the public from 8 a.m-2 p.m., Tues-Thurs (9/17-9/19) and longer if needed at the Island Grove Events Center, 425 N. 15th Avenue in Greeley, and at the Southwest Weld Service Center, 4209 WCR 24.5 in Del Camino/Longmont.
Roads Reopened in Greeley this afternoon
• 5th Avenue
• 1st Avenue open to 31st Street
 
City Support for Evans, Colorado
• City of Greeley Police, Fire, Water, and Community Development personnel as well as Public Information staff are assisting the City of Evans.
Ongoing Information:
Greeley Water
• Water in Greeley is safe to drink, wash, flush, etc.  No restrictions.
 
For updated Greeley information use www.greeleygov.com. Use the “High Water Information” tab. 
For current county wide information use www.facebook.com/weldcountygovernment
www.twitter.com/weldgov.
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Release Date

9/17/2013 
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-9-17-13 cm high water 16 Greeley Updates.doc    
Created at 9/17/2013 2:56 PM  by Aimee Freeland 
Last modified at 9/17/2013 2:56 PM  by Aimee Freeland