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Emergency Preparedness Partners and more information

If you are interested in learning more about how you can prepare for a disaster or what resources are available to you in case of a disaster, visit our partners!

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  • This link is provided by FEMA to make certain your family is prepared for natural disasters. There are videos and tips for what you can do to prepare your family.

  • Colorado's Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, presents these pages with information on Colorado's daily status and important updates.

  • The Federal Emergency Management Agency Official Website provides links for preparedness, response and recovery, and disaster survivos assistance for those who qualify.

  • The US Fire Administration provides information on fire preparedness, fire prevention and public education.

  • Get up to date weather information for your zip code, including active alerts, from the National Weather Service.

  • READY Colorado is a website designed to address the preparedness needs facing Colorado residents. Information on a wide variety of potential hazards including drought, fire, winter weather, floods, and more.

  • Find out how you can help, or get help, during a disaster from the American Red Cross.

  • Many of our residents have horses or other large animals who are also affected by disasters. This website from the Colorado State Univeristy Extension provides information for how to prepare your horses in case of a wildfire.

  • This information is provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It covers Natural Disasters and Severe Weather, with preparedness information for specific groups of people, such as pregnant women and people with chronic conditions and disabilities.