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  • I-70 Reopened Through Glenwood Canyon
    Around 8:45 PMtoday, crews re-opened I-70 through Glenwood Canyon in both directions. Please drive carefully.
  • I-70 Closed Through Glenwood Canyon Due to Flash Flood Warning
    At approximately 6:30PM the National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for the Grizzly Creek Fire Burn scar. I-70 will remain closed through Glenwood Canyon until the weather system has passed. CDOT still recommends the “Northern Detour” to get around the closure. Highway 13, to US40, to Highway 9. We will update as more information becomes available.
  • Glenwood Canyon Closed Due to Duck Pond Fire
    UPDATE (4/17 6:00PM) Areas evacuated are now under pre-evacuation notice. Residents and business owners may return. Proof of residency will be required though as those areas are still off-limits to members of the public. The fire burned 88 acres so far and is 60 percent contained. UPDATE (4/16 11:00PM) Some evacuations have been lifted. More information ...
  • 9th Street Paving Project In Silt
    On Monday April 4th the Town of Silt will be doing a paving project on 9th street.   9th Street will be closed from the roundabout to Orchard Ave till at least Wednesday night.  Crews are milling the old road off and laying a new asphalt road.   Detours will be in place for the duration of ...
  • I-70 Westbound Open at Dotsero after being Closed for several hours due to an Accident in Glenwood Canyon
    Update:  As of 12:45AM I-70 Westbound through Glenwood Canyon is open.  Traffic in the area is still slow, please drive carefully. Update:  As of 12:00AM on Monday (3/27) Westbound I-70 remains closed east of Dotsero (MM133). Crews continue to work to clear the accident scene.  Traffic that was stuck in the canyon has been let through the ...
  • Flash Flood Warning Issued for the Grizzly Creek Burn Scar & Surrounding Area, Glenwood Canyon Now Open
    Update:  6:28PM, After a 2 hour closure Glenwood Canyon has reopened and traffic is moving.  The National Weather service has kept the Flash Flood Warning in place until 7:15PM, and CDOT will keep crews on stand by to close the canyon again if needed. The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning that is ...
  • 27th Street Bridge in Glenwood Springs Re-Opened, But Expect Delays in the Morning
    Update:  Tuesday Afternoon, crews have installed temporary barriers at the northwest corner of the 27th Street & Grand Avenue Intersection and the intersection is completely open. Update:  At 8PM the 27th street bridge has been reopened. Tomorrow (08/31) expect one lane of traffic with alternating directions between 9AM & 1PM while crews install a temporary barrier. 27th Street ...
  • Glenwood Canyon Opens Early Friday Morning
    After being closed for a little more then 36 hours, Glenwood Canyon opened this morning at 5:18AM. Crews did have to clear some small slides after a Thursday full of rain, but no major slides or damage occoured. CDOT reminds every one that the canyon can still be closed for safety concerns when need.  Please check the ...
  • Glenwood Canyon Remains Closed Due to Safety Concerns & Incoming Weather
    Update:  5:18AM, CDOT opened the canyon after a day full of rain on Thursday.  Please travel safely.   Update:  6:15AM, Glenwood Canyon remains closed for safety due to the incoming weather.  CDOT crews continue to monitor the weather and assess the conditions in the canyon. There is no estimated time of reopening.   Update:  11:00PM, CDOT has made this an ...
  • I-70 Closed Through Glenwood Canyon Only to be Reopened a Short Time Later
    Update:  At 5:22PM CDOT has opened I-70 through Glenwood Canyon. On Sunday 8/15/21 at 4:53PM, the interstate through Glenwood Canyon was closed again for safety concerns due to the incoming rain storm & the possibility of more debris coming down in the canyon. This also means that the closure to all commercial vehicles is now in place ...
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