As part of the South Platte River Corridor Needs Assessment, the City and County of Denver desired to gain a better understanding of river health throughout the project reach within Adams County. ERC contributed to this effort by evaluating the geomorphological condition and needs of the project area. A quasi steady-state HEC-RAS model that identifies existing locations where degradation and aggradation are expected. For the needs assessment related to geomorphology, existing channel width, sediment transport, and meander belt width were selected as parameters that captured overall stream health. The assessment evaluated these parameters and summarized the metrics used to score them for a comparative evaluation of the 13 different reaches within the project area. As part of the assessment, the model generated to evaluate geomorphologic parameters was also run to be able to evaluate hydraulic conditions at different flows that can be used to characterize river health.