Boulder residents are invited to an open house Monday where members of the Open Space and Mountain Parks Department will discuss progress in rehabilitating the city's open space properties after the September flood.

The meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m. in the ballroom of the Millennium Harvest House, 1345 28th St., according to a city news release.

Officials will deliver a presentation about the Open Space and Mountain Parks Department's flood response and efforts to reopen trails, trailheads and climbing locations. Department officials will be available to answer questions after the presentation.

Since the flood, Boulder employees and volunteers have reopened 47 percent of the city's trail system and 57 percent of trailheads, according to the news release.

Boulder is working with Flatirons Climbing Council and Rocky Mountain Rescue Group to assess climbing areas and will create a plan for opening more of those areas.

For information on open trails, visit To volunteer to help with open space recovery projects, visit and click on the "volunteer opportunities" tab.