KUSA - Several agencies are using maps to keep residents alerted to the continually changing situation with the Colorado floods. This information includes weather alerts, shelters, and road closures.
These maps, along with emergency and preparedness information for residents, can be found in the 9NEWS Colorado Flood Resource Center: http://on9news.tv/coflood. The mobile site and Facebook app of this resource center is here: http://a.pgtb.me/cQl8Cz.
The Colorado Office of Emergency Management has a map of statewide shelters, pet shelters and activated emergency office centers: http://goo.gl/maps/xqpFx.
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The Google Crisis Response project has a map that combines information from the National Weather Service and local offices of emergency management to map weather alerts, road closures, and shelters: http://on9news.tv/1exHkBB.
Google also provides public alerts that track from the National Weather Service, such as flood alerts. Colorado public alerts map: http://on9news.tv/15trylp.
The Boulder OEM has a map of Boulder County road closures: http://maps.bouldercounty.org/iemcop/.
Weld County has a map of flooded regions, road closures and shelters within the county: http://on9news.tv/1exHzwd.
The City of Aurora has a map of flooded areas and road closures: http://on9news.tv/183VEKN.
Jefferson County has a map of road information, evacuation areas and shelters: http://goo.gl/maps/o0Yp5.
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