Flooding at Cheyenne Road and Cresta on Sept. 13, 2013. (Credit: Debran Haselwood)
The city of Colorado Springs is offering help for those most affected by last week's flooding.
The city's Disaster Assistance Center opened on the southwest side of town last week, near one of the most heavily impacted areas.
The center is at Canon School on 1201 W. Cheyenne Rd., which is across from Cheyenne Mountain Junior High School. The city says the center offers "one-stop services to Colorado Springs residents impacted by recent flooding."
According to a release by the city, the following agencies are available to offer assistance:
• Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management
• Colorado Springs Public Works
• Colorado Springs Utilities
• El Paso County Public Health Department
• Pikes Peak Red Cross
• Aspen Pointe
• Colorado Department of Local Affairs
• Colorado Department of Revenue
• 211 Pikes Peak United Way Community Resource
• Apartment Association of Southern Colorado
The center is open Monday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information, call 385-INFO (4636) during center hours.
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