A year ago this week, torrential rain flooded Colorado's Front Range from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins. The recovery started soon after the rain stopped, and is still in progress today.

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Then: Brother and sister Patrick Tinsley and Mary Kerns walk into Boulder, Colo., from the mountain community of Magnolia on Friday, Sept. 13, 2013. 

Now: Debris has been cleared and the road, Boulder Canyon Drive, is open again.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Boulder Creek flows at high speed next to Boulder Canyon Drive, closed off by debris from days of rain and flooding, at the base of Boulder Canyon, Colo. on Sept. 13, 2013.
Now: The river is back to normal levels and the road is cleaned up.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: North St. Vrain Creek ripped away this approach to a bridge, seen in the background, in Lyons, Colo. on Sept. 13, 2013.

Now: The approach has been repaired and the bridge is operational again, though work still needs to be done. 

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Local resident Sue Sadar walks across a trench of mud in Hygiene, in Boulder County, Colo., Sept. 16, 2013.
Now:  A year later, the mud is gone and lush green grass is growing in its place.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: A local woman walks in an evacuated neighborhood where many homes are inundated with water from overflowing canals after days of flash floods and intense rain, in Hygeine, Colo., Sept. 15, 2013.
Now: Residents are back home and the water is gone. 

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Flood waters swamped Dan Hull's home in Hygiene, Colo. Sept. 15, 2013.  

Now: Hull has repaired the exterior of his home, though work is still underway inside.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Railroad tracks are undercut by flooding near Twin Peaks Golf Course in Longmont, Colo., on Sept. 19, 2013. 

Now: The tracks have been repaired.

(AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: St. Vrain Creek washed away an approach to a bridge in Longmont, Colo. on Sept. 17, 2013.

Now: The approach has been filled in, but the bridge is not yet open to vehicles. 

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

While flood repairs are still ongoing in Front Range communities, significant progress has been made. In the mountain town of Jamestown, which was hit particularly hard last year, progress is much slower. 

Before: Local woman Karen Zupko, third from left, talks with volunteer Devin Burke, of Minneapolis, amid the debris of Zupko's home, in Jamestown, Colo. in November 2013.
After: Most of the home has been removed, but the property otherwise sits untouched. The owner, Karen Zupko, currently lives elsewhere in Jamestown.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Rubble was strewn across the south end of Main Street in Jamestown, Colo. last September. 
Now: The street has been repaired and damaged homes have been removed. 

(Photo: Courtesy Ron LoSasso)/(Photo: CPR/Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Two homes were badly damaged along the Little James Creek in Jamestown in September 2013.

Now: One home has been removed entirely, and the second is still under repair.

(Photos: CPR/Pat Mack, Nathaniel Minor)

Then: Debris covered a car and the driveways of these two homes on Lower Main Street in Jamestown.

Now: The debris has been removed, though work is still ongoing in the area.

(Photos: CPR/Pat Mack, Nathaniel Minor)

Then: This area, which was the confluence of the Little James Creek and the James Creek, was ravaged by flood waters in September 2013.

Now: Construction workers are working to re-route the Little James Creek and restore the water's previous flow. 

(Photos: CPR/Pat Mack, Nathaniel Minor)