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Resident Preparedness Meeting: Flood Risk

On January 29th, the City of Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management hosted a resident preparedness community meeting about the post Waldo Canyon Fire flood risk. The meeting provided education and updated information with regard to the Waldo Canyon Fire and current flood risk issues.

We have posted some helpful resources and documents from the meeting on our website. Click here to download and print the materials.

Other Tools:

  • KRDO now offers a 24 hour WeatherCall service. By signing up for this service, you will receive a phone call, text message, or email when a severe weather warning includes your location. Waldo Canyon Fire burn scar residents at risk for flooding are being offered a free year of service. Click here for details.
  • NOAA Weather Radios are the most direct way of receiving watches and warnings. Click here to read our community email about weather radios.
  • Residents can help by reporting problems when you see them. Click here for phone numbers that may call if there are drainage problems, or other non-emergent needs.


Colorado Springs Together is an independent 501(c)(3) Non-Profit:

Colorado Springs Together is a community-driven volunteer effort, and is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The team members are distinguished citizens, business professionals and dedicated public servants in the community, facilitating and coordinating a quick and effective rebuilding process for the neighborhoods devastated on June 26, 2012, by the Waldo Canyon Fire.

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