The Fourmile Watershed Coalition is a stakeholder driven organization established to address our community’s creek restoration and watershed health. As a result of the Fourmile Canyon Fire in 2010 and the Colorado Flood in 2013, as well as the subsequent ongoing transformations of the creek, there are numerous private and public properties that can benefit from the funding that is being made available for our area.
The Coalition stakeholders, which includes landowners and residents, have the mission to identify, evaluate, obtain funding for, and implement projects to continue our canyon’s repair from these disasters and improve resiliency planning for future events.
We strive to restore and/or improve:
- Bank stabilization and protection,
- Creek function, bank erosion, and revegetation,
- Life safety and property protection,
- Natural habitats for creek wildlife, as well as
- Aesthetic appearances and quality of canyon life.
Collaborative planning with landowner or resident input and participation is essential to project development, implementation, and sustainability, and will provide maximum benefit for our community for years to come.
If you have questions or concerns about your property or potential projects, OR if you would like to get involved with the Coalition, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 303-449-3333, firstname.lastname@example.org, or simply stop by the Poorman Station at your convenience.
ACCESSIBILITY ACCOMMODATION NOTICE The Fourmile Watershed Coalition (FWC) complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 guidelines. Ensuring the public’s access to and participating in public meetings is a priority of the FWC. In the event you are in need of a reasonable accommodation in order to attend or participate in a public meeting conducted by the FWC, please contact Watershed Coordinator Maya MacHamer at 303-449-3333 or email to email@example.com within 3 to 5 days before the scheduled meeting date in order to allow the Coalition to better accommodate your request. For TDD service, contact Relay Colorado by dialing 711. FWC does not provide assistance or contract with a person or entity that discriminates based on disability.