Boulder Creek, like many of Colorado’s front range streams, was significantly altered by the 2013 floods. ERC was part of a team of consultants tasked with evaluating the environmental and geomorphologic conditions of the stream and developing a master plan for future resilient improvements. ERC evaluated historic aerial photographs of Boulder Creek to understand evolution of the stream’s alignment during recent and pre-development periods. From this assessment, a range of natural sinuosity and meander wavelengths were defined and alignments for future restoration were identified. Typical cross-sectional geometries that replicate natural stream conditions were determined for low flow, bankfull flow and flood flow events. Critical habitat features along the riverine corridor were defined and recommended riparian buffer zones to protect the corridor from further development were determined.