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Public Works

Mile High Flood District (MHFD)


Project Manager

Brad Robenstein, P.E.
[email protected]



  • Mile High Flood District (MHFD)


MHFD has partnered with 41 local governments to master plan drainage improvements through the Denver Metro area; design, construct and maintain stream corridors including removal of trash and debris; provide flood warning services, and develop resources related to improving water quality in our streams. The program leverages local government dollars to fund stream projects that reduce flood risk and provide community amenities. The current work plan for 2022 includes the following Douglas County projects:

  • Newlin Gulch at Recreation Drive
  • Timbers Creek downstream of Fox Sparrow Road
  • Happy Canyon Creek north of Lincoln Avenue
  • Happy Canyon Creek upstream of I-25
  • Cherry Creek Corridor Major Drainageway Planning Study


Schedule not available at this time.

Project Manager
Brad Robenstein, P.E.
[email protected]

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