Disaster funds database

The Gazette's disaster funds database tracks the federal, state, county and some private funds spent on recovery from three disasters -- the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires, and the September 2013 flooding. The database also tracks Emergency Watershed Protection funds, a special federal grant that can be used on private property and the focus of a Gazette story on how the the funds were used in El Paso County. All federal and some state grants require matching contributions from local governments. Federal grants typically provide 75 percent of funds, and require a 25 percent local match. Multiple data entries for one project represent contributions from federal, state and local agencies.

Data sources: El Paso County, City of Colorado Springs, City of Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs Utilities, Coalition for the Upper South Platte, Black Forest Together and the Federal Emergency Management Agency

Waldo Canyon Fire funding

The Waldo Canyon fire ignited on June 23, 2012 off the Waldo Canyon trail west of Colorado Springs. Investigators determined that the fire was human caused, but have not provided details.

The fire burned 18,247 acres, most of which is part of the Pike National Forest. The fire destroyed 347 homes in Mountain Shadows and killed two people.

The Waldo Canyon burn scar continues to cause regular flash flooding onto Ute Pass and in Manitou Springs.

**El Paso County's database for the Waldo Canyon fire tracked funds based upon what various entities reported. If an entity did not report a grant, and other records did not show it, then that money does not appear in the database. Match funding provided by governments and entities was calculated differently by each agency -- some calculated in-kind staff time, while others did not. There are several pending projects in both El Paso County and the City of Colorado Springs that have yet to receive funds or will receive them soon. Those are not displayed in the database.

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ID Project/Grant Contributors Recipients Amount
1 Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply City of Manitou Springs Coalition for the Upper South Platte $5,000.00  
2 Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply City of Colorado Springs Coalition for the Upper South Platte $50,000.00  
3 Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply El Paso County Coalition for the Upper South Platte $50,000.00  
4 Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply Colorado Department of Transportation Coalition for the Upper South Platte $100,000.00  
5 Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply Colorado Water Conservation Board Coalition for the Upper South Platte $175,000.00  
6 Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply U.S. Forest Service Coalition for the Upper South Platte $100,000.00  
7 Recovery / Flood Mitigation (William/Waldo/Camp/Northfield/Blodgett/Wellington Gulch/Sand Gulch Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) funding U.S. Forest Service $6,433,196.00  
9 CDOT Project 19358 - US 24 West (Post Waldo Canyon Fire) Flood Mitigation Federal Highway Administration Colorado Department of Transportation $6,900,000.00 Post Fire and Flood Mitigation Project which installed sediment traps, debris fence, slope stabilization, and culvert cleaning at various locations (Sand Gulch, Wellington Gulch, Cascade Basin, Rampart Terrace). This project also included flood damage repairs to the US 24 embankment stabilization near Rainbow Falls, including grouted boulder toe wall, embankment stabilization, and soil nail wall. (Awarded to Tezak Heavy Equipment.)
10 CDOT Project 19769 - US 24 Box Culvert Federal Highway Administration Colorado Department of Transportation $3,200,000.00 Post Fire and Flood Mitigation Design and Construction Project to include the construction of a Box Culvert under US 24 at Waldo Canyon Creek. Also included in the cost is the ROW acquisition for US 24 for flood mitigation improvements. (Awarded to Wildcat.)
11 CDOT Project 19877 - Waldo Canyon Creek Debris Basin Federal Highway Administration Colorado Department of Transportation $1,100,000.00 Post Fire and Flood Mitigation Design and Construction Project to include the construction of a Debris Basin and Barrier System to minimize the transport of sediment and fire debris from Waldo Canyon Creek. (Awarded to Tezak Heavy Equipment.)
12 CDOT Project 20486 - US 24 West (Post Waldo Canyon Fire) Flood Mitigation Federal Highway Administration Colorado Department of Transportation $400,000.00 Post Fire and Flood Mitigation Analysis to assess drainage basins heavily impacted by the recent flooding events. (Awarded to Wilson & Company)
13 CDOT Project 19798 - Gate Closure Project Federal Highway Administration Colorado Department of Transportation $1,136,000.00 Gate closure project. This project will construct closure gates on US 24 and additional signs and cameras to close US 24 in light of a major incident such as flooding, rockfall or snow event. Manual gates will be placed at the Cave of the Winds, Cascade, and Chipita Park Road. (Awarded to C&D Electric.)
14 Early Warning (Waldo Canyon and Williams Canyon) Federal Highway Administration Colorado Department of Transportation $200,000.00 Provide flow measuring devices and cameras at least one mile upstream of US 24 Waldo and Williams Canyon to detect increased flows in those canyons and potential flooding to US 24. Project is constructed by USGS. Flow measuring equipment is installed and active at both locations. Additional equipment is needed in Williams Canyon to transmit camera data. USGS has contracted with Verizon to install remaining equipment by March, 2015 or sooner. Camera is operational in Waldo Canyon.
15 Waldo Canyon Fire, firefighting costs Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $8,443,329.00  
16 Waldo Canyon Fire, firefighting costs State of Colorado El Paso County $2,750,000.00  
17 Waldo Canyon Fire, firefighting costs El Paso County El Paso County $1,067,419.00  
18 Recovery/Prevention Projects/Technical Assistance Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection funding El Paso County $1,605,224.00 Reimbursement Agreement
19 Recovery/Prevention Projects/Technical Assistance The Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP) El Paso County $535,075.00  
20 Technical Assistance for Manitou Springs Flood Impacts Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection Funding (Technicall Assistance Funds) El Paso County $150,000.00  
21 Construction Activities - Stream bank stabilization and/or restoration The Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP) El Paso County $548,625.00  
22 Construction Activities - Stream bank stabilization and/or restoration Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection funding El Paso County $1,645,875.00  
23 Technical Assistance - Streambank stabilization and/or restoration Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection Funding (Technicall Assistance Funds) El Paso County $130,000.00  
24 Flood inundation study Colo. Department of Homeland Security El Paso County $10,000.00  
25 Recovery Coordinator: David Lethbridge 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund (Denver Foundation) El Paso County $23,361.00 EPC Public Services Recovery Coordinator Position
26 Flood mitigation efforts: pull debris out of Fountain Creek 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund - Round 2 (Denver Foundation) Coalition for Upper South Platte $50,000.00 Fountain Creek Clean-up Project with CUSP
27 Salary for county recovery manager R.C. Smith Colorado State Executive Order (Colorado Governor- D2012-048); Disaster Emergency Fund El Paso County $97,500.00 Fire Recovery Manager ($50,000); Recovery Activities ($44,750); Flood Study ($2750)
28 Noxious weed mitigation in Ute Pass Corridor 2013 State of Colorado, Department of Agriculture: Weed Fund Grant El Paso County $5,000.00 Noxious Weed Mitigation
29 Noxious weed mitigation in Ute Pass Corridor El Paso County El Paso County $2,500.00  
30 Flood Disaster as result of the Fire (money went directly to citizens) El Pomar Foundation El Paso County $25,000.00 Provide direct support to citizens impacted by the August 9, 2013 Flood in Manitou Springs
31 Fire recovery efforts (directly to citizens) El Pomar Foundation El Paso County $25,000.00  
32 Parks clean-up Pikes Peak Regional Building El Paso County $50,000.00  
33 Flash Flood Media Campaign Pikes Peak Community Foundation El Paso County $30,000.00 Campaign Completed (they didn't use all of the funds)
34 Flood inundation study El Paso County El Paso County $2,750.00  
35 Flood inundation study Donations El Paso County $7,750.00  
36 Flood inundation study Colorado Water Conservation Board El Paso County $99,500.00  
37 Flood study American Red Cross El Paso County $25,000.00  
38 Fountain Creek Flood Inundation Study State Hazard Mitigation Plan Grant: Colorado Division of Emergency Management (CDEM) El Paso County $10,000.00 Development of a Post-Wildfire Hydrology/Hydraulic Study to determine increased flood risk to property and infrastructure
39 Fountain Creek Flood Inundation Study Pikes Peak Regional Building El Paso County $5,000.00 Match for Flood Study
40 Fountain Creek Flood Inundation Study City of Colorado Springs El Paso County $2,750.00 Match for Flood Study
41 Fountain Creek Flood Inundation Study Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $2,750.00 $2,750 to Match for Flood Study (From CO State Exec. Funds ) - See EPC Section Below
42 Public Assistance Grant Federal Emergency Management Agency Teller County $40,360.73  
43 Public Assistance Grant Public assistance grant local match Teller County $17,189.17  
44 Immediate Response Siren CO Office of Emergency Management City of Manitou Springs $18,750.00  
45 Immediate Response Siren Immediate response siren local match City of Manitou Springs $6,520.00  
46 Emergency Alert System expansion (additional immediate response sirens) Dept. of Homeland Security - FEMA South Central Region City of Manitou Springs $60,000.00  
47 Williams Canyon Drainage Project - Construction Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection, Financial Assistance City of Manitou Springs $1,624,372.00 Note: The "Total Project Cost" for the Williams Canyon Drainage Project was last estimated at $6,017,999.
48 Williams Canyon Drainage Project - Construction State of Colorado City of Manitou Springs $646,228.00  
49 Williams Canyon Drainage Project - Project Design Natural Resources Conservation Service, Technical Assistance City of Manitou Springs $383,800.00  
50 Williams Canyon Drainage Project Pikes Peak Regional Building City of Manitou Springs $10,000.00  
51 Williams Canyon Drainage Project: construction Colo. Division of Local Affairs Energy / Mineral Impact Assistance Fund City of Manitou Springs $1,944,000.00  
52 Williams Canyon Drainage Project:Technical Assistance Colo. Division of Local Affairs Energy / Mineral Impact Assistance Fund City of Manitou Springs $200,000.00  
53 Flood Recovery Staffing Assistance - Long Range Planning Colo. Division of Local Affairs Energy / Mineral Impact Assistance Fund City of Manitou Springs $130,926.00  
54 Flood Recovery Staffing Assistance - Assistant City Administrator / Flood Recovery Manager Office of Emergency Management City of Manitou Springs $100,000.00  
55 Williams Canyon Drainage Project: Design Colorado Department of Transportation City of Manitou Springs $50,000.00  
56 Williams Canyon Drainage Project: Colo. Governor's Disaster Emergency Fund City of Manitou Springs $600,000.00  
57 Williams Canyon Drainage Project: Permitting costs Colorado Water Conservation Board City of Manitou Springs $84,000.00  
58   Pikes Peak United Way Green Mountain Falls Fire Department $45,000.00  
59 Technical Assistance Natural Resources Conservation Service City of Colorado Springs $500,000.00  
60 Waldo Canyon Fire flood mitigation Colorado Association of Stormwater and Floodplain Managers donation City of Colorado Springs $1,000.00  
61 Three Flood Gauges for burn scar (Upper Camp Creek) Colorado Office of Emergency Management City of Colorado Springs $21,975.00  
62 3 Flood Gauges for burn scar (Upper Camp Creek) City of Colorado Springs matching funds City of Colorado Springs $7,325.00  
63 Upgrade Camp Creek gauge in Garden of the Gods Colorado Office of Emergency Management City of Colorado Springs $4,875.00  
64 Upgrade Camp Creek gauge in Garden of the Gods City of Colorado Springs matching funds City of Colorado Springs $1,625.00  
65 Auxiliary Spillway to protect the Alpine Autism Center 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $25,000.00  
66 Match for NRCS Funding 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $50,000.00  
67 Debris Rack to protect the Alpine Autism Center 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $30,000.00  
68 Temporary Flood Wall to protect the Alpine Autism Center 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $30,000.00  
69 Flood Mitigation Efforts - Will use gift funding to fully fund Flood Wall project at Alpine Autism Center which was only partially funded. Pikes Peak Regional Building City of Colorado Springs $15,000.00  
70 Neighborhood Chipping Pikes Peak Regional Building City of Colorado Springs $15,000.00  
71 Purchase a new Chipper and winch 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $45,000.00 Awarded to the Colorado Springs Fire Department
72 Purchase Homeowner Evacuation Kits USAA City of Colorado Springs $1,000.00 Awarded to the Colorado Springs Fire Department
73 Fire Suppression Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) City of Colorado Springs $1,277,695.00 Awarded to the Colorado Springs Fire Department
74 Arbor Day Planting 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $5,250.00 Awarded to the City Parks and Rec. Department
75 Sandbags 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund City of Colorado Springs $40,833.31 Awarded to the City Office of Emergency Management
76 Blodgett Peak Restoration Mile High Youth Corps City of Colorado Springs $44,000.00  
77 West Monument Creek Watershed / Northfield Water Remediation Natural Resources Conservation Service Funding Colorado Springs Utilities $4,776,000.00 City sponsored EWP grant
78 West Monument Creek Watershed / Northfield Water Remediation Colorado Springs Utilities matching funds Colorado Springs Utilities $1,592,000.00  
79 Emergency Protective Measures (during fire) Federal Emergency Management Agency - Public Assistance Grant Program (PAGP) Colorado Springs Utilities $330,630.07 1. Approx. $570,932 of the original submitted costs were identified by FEMA as expenses that should be recoverable under insurance agreements. 2) Project costs are estimates since actual figures are still being gathered. 3) The FEMA grant funding has not yet been received, but has been approved. 4) Project costs are higher than submitted costs due to some expenses being deemed as ineligible for reimbursement. April 2014- May increase FEMA funds by $191,397.70. May be recoverable under FEMA for unrecoverable costs under insurance.
80 Emergency Protective Measures (during fire) Colorado Springs Utilities matching funds Colorado Springs Utilities $82,657.51  
81 Wildland Fire Team/Suppression (during fire / with City) FEMA - Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) Colorado Springs Utilities $111,467.68 1. The grant funding of $94,259.58 has not yet been received and is pending approval. 2) Project costs are higher than submitted costs due to some expenses being deemed ineligible for reimbursement.
82 Wildland Fire Team/Suppression (during fire / with City) Colorado Springs Utilities matching funds Colorado Springs Utilities $31,419.86  
83 Metered Water Consumption Reservoirs Pike San Isabel National Forest Cimarron Comanche National Grasslands Colorado Springs Utilities $70,669.76 Unmetered water used from reservoirs.
84 Metered Water Consumption Meters Colorado Department of Public Safety - Div. of Fire Prevention and Control Colorado Springs Utilities $120,312.76 Metered water used from residential areas.
85 Restoration/Mitigation Upper Fountain Creek District and Cheyenne Creek Planning Application Colorado Springs Utilities $25,000.00 CSU collaborating with Upper Fountain Creek District / CWCB
86 Recovery / Mitigation Department of Natural Resources Wildfire Risk Reduction Colorado Springs Utilities $510,500.00 CSU collaborating with CUSP
87 Erosion of Cheyenne Creek and exposure of 5 sewer lines Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Natural Disaster Grant Colorado Springs Utilities $188,000.00 Damage was a result of the 9-11-2013 flood
88 Watershed Restoration Northfield - Biosolids Project 2012 Colorado Fire Relief Fund - Round 2 Colorado Springs Utilities $25,200.00 Project completed
89 Fire Department Colorado Fire Relief Fund - Denver Foundation Cascade Fire Department $45,000.00  
90 Flood Mitigation - Debris Rack Installation / Stream Bed Upgrade Pikes Peak United Way (WCF Assistance Fund) The Navigators $50,000.00  
91 Debris Racks Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed protection Funding (Collaboration Grant) The Navigators $1,326,750.00  
92 Debris Racks Matching funds for The Navigators The Navigators $442,250.00  
93 Debris Basin Construction Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection Flying W Foundation $695,344.00 City Sponsored EWP grant
94 Debris Basin Construction Matching funds for the Flying W Foundation Flying W Foundation $231,781.00  
95 Wellington Gulch Natural Resources Conservation Service / Environmental Quality Incentives Program Grant Residents $50,000.00  
96 Wellington Gulch Natural Resources Conservation Service / Environmental Quality Incentives Program Grant Residents $50,000.00  
97 Sawyer Team: 2/8-3/22/2013 AmeriCorps Coalition for the Upper South Platte   Sawyer crew to help with burned forest work within Waldo area for flood mitigation - green forest work for fire mitigation
98 Youth Crews: Flood & Erosion Mitigation (Various Projects); 4/1-5/10/2013 AmeriCorps Coalition for the Upper South Platte   2 Teams of 8-12 members approved for April/May
99 Youth Crews: Flood Recovery and/or Continued Mitigation Projects AmeriCorps Coalition for the Upper South Platte   Team of 12; Ute Pass Project
100 General Operation - Reimbursement for services rendered Pikes Peak United Way Coalition for the Upper South Platte $99,572.00  
101 General Operating - Waldo Canyon Fire Pikes Peak Community Foundation Fire Fighter's Fund - Waldo Canyon Fire Coalition for the Upper South Platte $10,000.00  
102 Materials for HP volunteer projects Hewlett Packard Coalition for the Upper South Platte $10,000.00  
103 Materials for USB volunteer projects UBS Financial Services Coalition for the Upper South Platte $10,000.00  
104 Materials for T. Rowe Price volunteer projects T. Rowe Price Coalition for the Upper South Platte $2,500.00  
105 Recovery/Mitigation work in Cascade Leighty Foundation Coalition for the Upper South Platte $4,000.00  
106 Waldo Canyon Fire Indy Give 2012 Coalition for the Upper South Platte $23,431.00 Fundraising Campaign
107 Post Fire Recovery JH Edmondson Foundation Coalition for the Upper South Platte $10,000.00 For equipment for volunteers / staff, etc.
108 Post Fire Recovery Colorado Fire Fund (Denver Foundation) Coalition for the Upper South Platte $10,000.00  
109 Practices on USFS Land USFS Coalition for the Upper South Platte $70,000.00  
110 Post Fire flood Mitigation Hwy 24 FedEx Coalition for the Upper South Platte $30,000.00 Fountain Creek Drainage
111 Post fire recovery and flood mitigation United Methodist Church Coalition for the Upper South Platte $2,000.00  
112 Fire Recovery Koscove Metals Coalition for the Upper South Platte $6,000.00 To be used as a match
113 Fire Recovery and mitigation efforts July Happy Hour Event Coalition for the Upper South Platte $516.00  
114 Fire Recovery and mitigation efforts Nosh Wing Night Event Coalition for the Upper South Platte $225.00  
115 Ute Pass Corridor FedEx Coalition for the Upper South Platte $30,000.00  
116 Flood Mitigation Efforts Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Coalition for the Upper South Platte $200,000.00  
117 Flood Mitigation Efforts Colorado Water Conservation Board Coalition for the Upper South Platte $100,000.00  
118 Waldo Canyon Fire Recovery/Restoration Pikes Peak Community Foundation Fire Fighter's Fund - Waldo Canyon Fire Rocky Mountain Field Institute $10,000.00  
119 Waldo Canyon Fire Recovery/Restoration Colorado Springs Utilities Community Focus Fund Rocky Mountain Field Institute $1,000.00  
120 Waldo Canyon Trail Improvements Columbia Sportswear Belay Grant Rocky Mountain Field Institute $5,000.00  
121 Waldo Canyon Fire Recovery/Restoration Phelan Gardens Rocky Mountain Field Institute $1,200.00  
122 Waldo Canyon Fire Recovery/Restoration New Belgium Brewing Rocky Mountain Field Institute $2,500.00  
123 General Operating - Waldo Canyon Burn Restoration Veda Salon & Spa Rocky Mountain Field Institute $37,000.00 Fashion for the Forest Event
124 Waldo Canyon Fire Recovery/Restoration Pikes Peak Community Foundation Fire Fighter's Fund - Waldo Canyon Fire Rocky Mountain Field Institute $30,000.00  
125 Waldo Canyon Fire FS Land National Forest Foundation Rocky Mountain Field Institute $56,000.00  
126 Waldo Canyon Fire Recovery/Restoration The Boeing Company Rocky Mountain Field Institute $30,000.00  
127 Waldo Canyon Fire FS Land National Forest Foundation Rocky Mountain Field Institute $16,430.70  
128 Blodgett Peak Open Space Burn Restoration NRCS Technical Assistance - City of Colorado Springs Rocky Mountain Field Institute $37,500.00  
129 Upper Fountain Creek and Cheyenne Creek Flood Restoration Master Plan CWCB - Colorado Watershed Restoration Program Special Release October 2013 El Paso County $25,000.00  
130 Upper Fountain Creek and Cheyenne Creek Flood Restoration Master Plan CWCB - Colorado Watershed Restoration Program Special Release October 2013 City of Colorado Springs $100,000.00  
131 Upper Fountain Creek and Cheyenne Creek Flood Restoration Master Plan CWCB - Colorado Watershed Restoration Program Special Release October 2013 Colorado Springs Utilities $25,000.00  
132 Upper Fountain Creek and Cheyenne Creek Flood Restoration Master Plan CWCB - Colorado Watershed Restoration Program Special Release October 2013 Fountain Creek Watershed Flood Control and Greenway District $25,000.00

Black Forest Fire funding

The Black Forest fire ignited on June 11, 2013, and quickly surpassed the Waldo Canyon fire as the most destructive in Colorado history. The fire in the eastern El Paso community burned 14,280 acres, destroyed 488 homes and killed two people. Investigators determined that the Black Forest fire was human caused, but have not been able to pinpoint the cause.

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ID Project/Grant Contributors Recipients Amount
1 Firefighting costs Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $8,852,688
2 Firefighting costs State of Colorado El Paso County $2,750,000
3 Firefighting costs El Paso County El Paso County $980,244
4 Row trees Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $237,916
5 Row trees El Paso County El Paso County $79,305
6 Parks trees Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $408,881
7 Parks trees El Paso County El Paso County $136,294
8 Parks- buildings Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $75,000
9 Parks- buildings El Paso County El Paso County $25,000
10 Trash removal Donation El Paso County $33,533
11 Roads and signs Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $19,586
12 Roads and signs El Paso County El Paso County $6,529
13 Fences Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $27,327
14 Fences El Paso County El Paso County $9,109
15 Salaries of recovery manager team Governor's fire recovery fund El Paso County $195,000
16 Fire recovery efforts Pikes Peak Regional Building El Paso County $200,000
17 For use by citizens El Pomar Foundation El Paso County $250,000
18 For use by citizens Springs Church El Paso County $2,500
19 For use by citizens First Bank El Paso County $5,000
20 For use by citizens Griffis/Blessing El Paso County $17,150
21 Playground Pikes Peak Com Foundation El Paso County $10,000
22 Donated mulch Mountain Pine Manufacturing El Paso County $5,000
23 Trees United States Olympic Committee El Paso County $2,500
24 Chipper American Red Cross Black Forest Together $36,700
25 Tools for mitigation projects, utility trailer American Red Cross Black Forest Together $6,584
26 Grass seed and Ponderosa Pine seedlings American Red Cross Black Forest Together $20,000
27 F-350 American Red Cross Black Forest Together $11,000
28 Startup expenses; organizational overhead Pikes Peak Community Foundation Black Forest Together $15,000
29 Forestry director salary; 1 year, starting September 2014 Pikes Peak Community Foundation Black Forest Together $80,000
30 Partial funding for grant writer and volunteer coordinator Pikes Peak Community Foundation Black Forest Together $41,000
31 Donation Colorado Rural Electric Association Black Forest Together $20,586
32 Donation Black Forest Community Club Black Forest Together $8,800
33 Donation M/H Lighting Associates Black Forest Together $7,500
34 Donation Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Methodist Church Black Forest Together $6,000
35 Donation Bethel Lutheran Church and the Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ Black Forest Together $2,301
36 Donation Colorado Springs Together Black Forest Together $2,000
37 Donation Table Rock Llamas Black Forest Together $1,793
38 Donation Black Forest Saddle Club Black Forest Together $1,450
39 Donation Colorado Communications Foundation Black Forest Together $1,156
40 Donation Bethel Lutheran Church Black Forest Together $1,000
41 Direct utilities for 10 families, $100 each D&J Quality Electric, Inc. Black Forest Together $1,000
42 Donation Other donations Black Forest Together $7,301
43 Fuels reduction Colorado Division of Natural Resources Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Black Forest Together $136,480
44 Capacity building: buy a truck to haul the donated chipper, and a dump trailer to haul slash or chips from fuels projects Colorado Division of Natural Resources Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Black Forest Together $12,500

September 2013 flooding funding

Widespread and massive flooding hit the Front Range after nearly a week of rain in Colorado that started on Sept. 11, 2013. Flooding damaged around 19,000 homes statewide, washed out roads and killed eight people.

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ID Project/Grant Contributors Recipients Amount
1 Blue Gill retention Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $20,248.00
2 Blue Gill retention State of Colorado El Paso County $3,375.00
3 Blue Gill retention El Paso County El Paso County $3,375.00
4 Emergency Protective Measures Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $47,637.00
5 Emergency Protective Measures State of Colorado El Paso County $7,940.00
6 Emergency Protective Measures El Paso County El Paso County $7,940.00
7 County roads Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $444,924.00
8 County roads State of Colorado El Paso County $74,154.00
9 County roads El Paso County El Paso County $74,154.00
10 Debris removal Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $26,998.00
11 Debris removal State of Colorado El Paso County $4,499.00
12 Debris removal El Paso County El Paso County $4,499.00
13 Bear Creek Park Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $85,090.00
14 Bear Creek Park State of Colorado El Paso County $14,182.00
15 Bear Creek Park El Paso County El Paso County $14,182.00
16 Bear Creek Park Great Outdoors Colorado El Paso County $54,946
17 Falcon Road Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $31,232.00
18 Falcon Road State of Colorado El Paso County $5,205.00
19 Falcon Road El Paso County EL Paso County $5,205.00
20 Parks, Fountain Creek Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $455,574.00
21 Parks, Fountain Creek State of Colorado El Paso County $75,929.00
22 Parks, Fountain Creek El Paso County El Paso County $75,929.00
23 Parks, Penrose Road Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $18,811.00
24 Parks, Penrose Road State of Colorado El Paso County $3,135.00
25 Parks, Penrose Road El Paso County El Paso County $3,135.00
26 Parks, Penrose Road Donated El Paso County $21,000.00
27 Parks, Penrose Road Great Outdoors Colorado El Paso County $65,125.00
28 Roads and Bridges Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $27,370.00
29 Roads and Bridges State of Colorado El Paso County $4,562.00
30 Roads and Bridges El Paso County El Paso County $4,562.00
31 Bear Creek Road Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $44,007.00
32 Bear Creek Road State of Colorado El Paso County $7,334.00
33 Bear Creek Road El Paso County El Paso County $7,334.00
34 Parks, Carson bridge Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $27,346.00
35 Parks, Carson bridge State of Colorado El Paso County $4,557.00
36 Parks, Carson bridge El Paso County El Paso County $4,557.00
37 Parks, Carson bridge Donated El Paso County $9,354
38 Nature Road Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $13,732.00
39 Nature Road State of Colorado El Paso County $2,288.00
40 Nature Road El Paso County El Paso County $2,288.00
41 Parks: Willow Springs ponds Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $45,382.00
42 Parks, Willow Springs ponds State of Colorado El Paso County $7,563.00
43 Parks, Willow Springs ponds El Paso County El Paso County $7,563.00
44 Parks: Ute Pass Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $13,994.00
45 Parks: Ute Pass State of Colorado El Paso County $2,332.00
46 Parks: Ute Pass El Paso County El Paso County $2,332.00
47 Parks: Ute Pass Great Outdoors Colorado El Paso County $18,204
48 Parks: Rainbow Falls Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $32,180.00
49 Parks: Rainbow Falls State of Colorado El Paso County $5,364.00
50 Parks: Rainbow Falls El Paso County El Paso County $5,364.00
51 Parks: Rainbow Falls Donation El Paso County $42,908.00
52 Rock Creek Canyon Road Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $35,485.00
53 Rock Creek Canyon Road State of Colorado El Paso County $5,914.00
54 Rock Creek Canyon Road El Paso County El Paso County $5,914.00
55 Maxwell Street 85/87 Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $386,091.00
56 Maxwell Street 85/87 State of Colorado El Paso County $64,348.00
57 Maxwell Street 85/87 El Paso County El Paso County $64,348.00
58 Bear Creek erosion Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $12,502.00
59 Bear Creek erosion State of Colorado El Paso County $27,084.00
60 Bear Creek erosion El Paso County El Paso County $27,084.00
61 8th Street Underpass Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $23,452.00
62 8th Street Underpass State of Colorado El Paso County $3,908.00
63 8th Street Underpass El Paso County El Paso County $3,908.00
64 8th Street Underpass Donation El Paso County $5,099
65 Donated resources Federal Emergency Management Agency El Paso County $2,019.00
66 Donated resources State of Colorado El Paso County $336.00
67 Donated resources El Paso County El Paso County $336.00
68 Cascade Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection El Paso County $939,750.00
69 Cascade State of Colorado El Paso County $156,625.00
70 Cascade El Paso County El Paso County $154,720.00
71 Cascade Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $156,625
72 Seven Falls Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection El Paso County $241,500.00
73 Seven Falls State of Colorado El Paso County $40,250.00
74 Seven Falls Donated El Paso County $40,250
75   El Pomar Foundation El Paso County  
76   Pikes Peak Community Foundation El Paso County  
77 Maxwell Street trailhead Army Corp of Engineers El Paso County $1,174,000.00
78 Maxwell Street trailhead El Paso County El Paso County $80,000.00
79 Maxwell Street trailhead Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery El Paso County $728,000
80 Casey Lane PPRTA Maintenance (Casey Lane) El Paso County $600,000
81 Upstream of Casey/Shoup PPRTA Maintenance (Upstream of Casey Shoup) El Paso County $533,482
82 Hanover PPRTA Maintenance (Hanover) El Paso County $66,518
83 Ute Pass; Bear Creek Park; Fountain Creek Great Outdoors Colorado - Flood Recovery Initiative El Paso County $200,000.00

Emergency Watershed Protection funds

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ID Project/Grant Contributors Recipients Amount
1 Camp Creek Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $350,404.64
2 Camp Creek Coalition for the Upper South Platte City of Colorado Springs $6,455.00
3 Camp Creek City of Colorado Springs City of Colorado Springs $58,400.77
4 Camp Creek State of Colorado City of Colorado Springs $58,400.77
5 Cheyenne Creek Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $76,206.21
6 Cheyenne Creek Coalition for the Upper South Platte City of Colorado Springs $15,372.62
7 Cheyenne Creek City of Colorado Springs City of Colorado Springs $12,701.05
8 Cheyenne Creek State of Colorado City of Colorado Springs $221,081.42
9 Douglas Creek Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $511,222.80
10 Douglas Creek Coalition for the Upper South Platte City of Colorado Springs $74,051.04
11 Douglas Creek City of Colorado Springs City of Colorado Springs $585,273.84
12 Douglas Creek State of Colorado City of Colorado Springs $85,203.80
13 Technical Assistance Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $85,203.80
14 Colorado Springs Utilities projects Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $6,029,552.24
15 Colorado Springs Utilities projects Local in-kind City of Colorado Springs $482,603.01
16 Colorado Springs Utilities projects Local City of Colorado Springs $1,470,036.72
17 Flying W Ranch projects Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $1,004,462.57
18 Flying W Ranch projects Local City of Colorado Springs $309,117.74
19 The Navigator's projects Natural Resources Conservation Service - Emergency Watershed Protection City of Colorado Springs $1,947,827.10
20 The Navigator's projects Local City of Colorado Springs $11,243,599.38
21 Sand Gulch Channel work Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $181,304.00
22 Sand Gulch Channel work Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $60,435.00
23 Cascade Fire & Library work Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $13,676.00
24 Cascade Fire & Library work Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $4,559.00
25 Rampart Terrace Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $30,233.00
26 Rampart Terrace Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $290,207.00
27 Summit Ministries natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $12,425,365.44
28 Summit Ministries Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $2,370.00
29 Fitzgerald Property natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $16,308.00
30 Fitzgerald Property Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $5,436.00
31 Manitou Springs Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $21,565.00
32 Manitou Springs Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $7,188.00
33 Upper Fountain Creek Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $183,064.00
34 Upper Fountain Creek Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $61,021.00
35 Pyramid Mountain Estates Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $428,706.00
36 Pyramid Mountain Estates Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $142,902.00
37 Rainbow Falls Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $155,617.00
38 Rainbow Falls Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $51,872.00
39 Topeka Avenue, Pyramid Mountain, Library channel Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $191,464.00
40 Topeka Avenue, Pyramid Mountain, Library channel Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $424,475.00
41 Work at Ute Pass Elementary Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $44,365.00
42 Work at Ute Pass Elementary El Paso County El Paso County $14,792.00
43 Topeka Avenue Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $221,867.00
44 Topeka Avenue El Paso County El Paso County $156,131.00
45 Topeka Avenue State of Colorado El Paso County $36,978.00
46 Seven Falls Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $238,436.00
47 Seven Falls El Paso County El Paso County $39,739.00
48 Seven Falls State of Colorado El Paso County $39,739.00
49 Cascade Middle project Natural Resources Conservation Service El Paso County $468,732.00
50 Cascade Middle project Coalition for the Upper South Platte El Paso County $89,946.00
51 Cacade Middle project State of Colorado El Paso County $78,122.00