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Still, Finch said, getting travel routes back to normal will be a very long process.
They're working on a plan to build a temporary roadway north of the gaping hole that would remain through the winter months, said CDOT spokesman Bob Wilson. Crews would start long term construction on the old route in the spring, he said.
Barriers still in place are there for a reason, Finch said. Some roads may look OK on the surface but could have underlying safety issues.
"Water is still up over there, and we don't know when that's going to Nike Air Presto Shoes drop," Davis said.
"It's also important that we look at the roads that our agriculture producers need to use because it's harvest season and that stuff is timely," Finch said.
With no more flood related evacuations or rescues anticipated, the county is hard at work in the recovery stage, offering residents services at two recovery assessment centers, one in Greeley Air Presto Usa
and the other in the Tri Town area. Finch said county officials are doing all they can to get people back in their homes and back on their normal routes, but that process will be much slower than the speed at which floodwaters caused unprecedented damage.
"We don't have any time lines at this point," Wilson said. 85, with traffic. Officials recommend checking the CDOT and Weld County websites for alternate routes. For example, Wilson suggested taking Colo. 392 or Colo. 14 into Fort Collins, and Colo. 66 into Longmont. Wilson said many state roadways that are closed in the mountains are just fine along the Front Range.
"I know people are frustrated," Finch said. "We're all frustrated. We're all dealing with having to find new ways to get places."
though officials say they're making progress.
Meteorologists predict that river levels across Weld County will continue to drop, slowly but surely over the next few days, and the receding floodwaters have allowed officials to assess and begin to repair damage.
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In the county, bridge, culvert and pavement crews have been assessing and repairing damage for days. Jennifer Finch, spokeswoman for Weld County, said crews are prioritizing roads that are important to both commuters and farmers.
Flood waters also did a number on the Union Pacific Railroad line between LaSalle and Fort Collins. Mark Davis, spokesman for the railroad, said much of the track around the South Platte is still under water, and crews are hoping to get a better look over the next few days.
Greeley residents may notice rail cars with giant boulders chugging through on the line that runs from Cheyenne to Denver. Davis said those boulders are headed to the mountains to repair major damage to the line from Denver through Moffat on the way to Grand Junction.
"(Road and bridge crews) also have to be safe, so they're doing a good job of not rushing it," Finch said. "We have to be smart about our roads."
Trash pick up in the city will resume as normal on Tuesday.
The Poudre River, which peaked at 8.8 feet, is now well below the 8 foot flood stage. Exact levels of the South Platte and St. Vrain rivers are unavailable , since flood waters took out the gauging system, but water levels on both have been dropping and are expected to drop 6 inches per day, said David Barjenbruch, National Weather Service meteorologist.
crews have already begun repairs on roadways they can reach.
Finch said inspections have also been completed on some buildings in the county but, of the relatively few homes flooded in unincorporated Weld, most have been deemed OK to live in.
Evans inspectors have worked to evaluate homes in evacuation areas, the majority of which have been deemed unlivable. in those areas. The no flush order is also still in effect, as Evans officials work on their plan of pumping some waste through Greeley's treatment system, Air Presto Grade School
"That road could give way at any time, but you don't know standing on top of the road," Finch said. 34 east of Greeley. Colorado Department of Transportation crews were bringing in heavy equipment and assessing the damage on Thursday morning.
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