SafeLink Program

NeighborLink

August 29th, 2016

We are coming up on the 6th anniversary of the 2010 fire and it’s time to reevaluate and make a few changes to our NeighborLink system.  If you’re new to Gold Hill, you’ll find a NeighborLink form in your Welcome Bucket.  Please take a minute to fill it out and return it to your POD leader.  Over the last 6 years we have been creating and fine-tuning our Emergency Preparedness to include a phone tree (NeighborLInk), a safe place for you to go if you need help or our neighbors outside of Gold Hill need help (SafeLink), and a means to communicate in the event that we lose our electricity and phones (AirLink) and may need assistance from our neighbors or the county.  We have Linked them altogether and now need to find ways to better serve you, the community of Gold Hill.

If you have already signed up for NeighborLink, check out the form that you sent to your POD leader and update it if necessary. Then return it to your POD leader. We’d like to know if you’re happy in the group that you are in and if so, great; however, if you’d like to create your own group or be grouped with a different group of people,  nearby you or not, please let your POD leader know your desire.  We are creating new groups all of the time and adding new group leaders (Neighborhood Co-ordinators).

The POD leaders are as follows:

Gold Run Subdivision                                     Tony Vrba                            303 449 1154                tonyvrba@gmail.com

East End of Old Town Gold Hill                    Gretchen Diefenderfer 303 442 3847                gretchend@mac.com

Hill Street, Boulder Street, Horsfal, Gold Run Street

West End of Old Town Gold Hill                 Dina Elder                            303 459 3530                dina.elder@gmail.com

Colorado Mountain Ranch to the Peak to Peak Highway

Old Town Central                                             Debra Yeager                     303 4490454                deb@mountainvisions.net

Main, Pine, College, Lickskillet, High Street, Prospector Alley

 

There are many Neighborhood Co-ordinators (group leaders) in these 4 PODS.  We are looking to create more groups and have more Neighborhood co-ordinators.  If you’d like to assist with this program, need a NeighborLink form, would like to become a HAM radio operator to assist with AirLink, would like to open your home to displaced neighbors outside of Gold Hill, or are willing to participate in the program please let your POD leader know and we’ll be in touch right away. We’d love to have you join us and help us support you in the event of an emergency.

Deb Yeager

See attached NeighborLink form

NEIGHBORLINK blank form-1 Sheet1 copy

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Ham Radio Training

September 15th, 2014

Hello Everyone,

When emergencies happen phone, internet, and even roads go down, as we know all too well. All we have left is ham radio. It played a crucial role in mountain areas which had it.

Gold Hill now has a fantastic local ham radio group, AirLink, which is setting up a well-functioning repeater so we can now talk to each other in an emergency, as well as reaching downtown help. We need more licensed ham radio operators to make our local network successful!

Please sign up to help Gold Hill and environs in an emergency!

The next class will be October 11-12 in Allenspark. Approximately 9 to 3
on October 11 and 10 to 1 Sunday. Taught by the inimitable George Weber of BCARES (Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services, which works with the Sheriff’s Office and OEM) who has taught this, on a volunteer basis, for a few years in the mountains and many more downtown. The licensing test will be October 16 (or you can always go take it downtown).

The class is free. The test costs $15. We can look into compensation for the test. Most people want to purchase their own radios (you can spend about $35. and up), but there may well be some available at no cost.

If you want to take the class, email George Weber to sign up:  grweber47@gmail.com

See you there!
Pam

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Gold Hill Emergency Preparedness Meeting, February 18, 2014

March 9th, 2014

Notes on the Gold Hill Emergency Preparedness Meeting, February 18, 2014

Deb Yeager chaired the meeting and 24 people attended, the Pod leaders of our Neighborlink group (Deb, Teresa, Dina and Gretchen), many of the Pod assistants, as well as people from BCARES (Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services) and other interested people.

Deb thanked everyone for coming, and especially the newly trained Ham radio operators.  She introduced Bill Van Matre and Tom Fisher, Ham radio guys from Lefthand here to share information, Joe Callahan of BCARES, and George Weber, Ham instructor, and thanked them for all their help.  Dave and Anita Sturtz and Mark Elder are our own long-term Hams and Dave has volunteered to help our new network.  The Ham network can provide much needed communications during an emergency with the County and OEM– especially if our phones go out – and back up our local fire departments.

Deb wanted to bring us all up to date on the Neighborlink Pods and Groups in Gold Hill.  This is the telephone tree that developed after the fire and the forms include all kinds of useful information in case of an evacuation or other emergency in order for us to communicate with and help out each other.   There are 4 Pods in Gold Hill:  East and West Old Town, West of Town, and the Subdivision.  There are approximately 5 groups in each Pod.  It’s time for all the Pod leaders and Group leaders to make sure everyone’s contact information is up to date and contact any new people.  New People get a welcome bucket with all kinds of info and stuff, including the Neighborlink form and all are encouraged to participate at whatever level they choose.  Say there is an evacuation notice – Gretchen calls Deb, she calls Dina, she calls Teresa, and she calls Gretchen back so we know all the Pod leaders are notified.  Then the Pod leaders call their group leaders, who call those in their group and then circle back (thanks to input from Bret Gibson on the value of circular communication) to their Pod leader, and we circle back to Deb (hopefully within 5 minutes) with the info on who has been contacted and who has not.  If a Pod leader is out of town (we let each other know), then another Pod leader has to call her group leaders.

Jamestown has a siren that also makes announcements.  We do have a siren at the Firebarn, but no siren system could reach community-wide in Gold Hill, although there are some possibilities there.  We will hopefully hear through Everbridge (our reverse 9-1-1 system – if you are not signed up, go to the OEM webpage for instructions) or the Fire Department when there is an emergency and everyone needs to be contacted.  Joe reported that OEM tests all the sirens in Boulder the 1st Monday of each month at 10 a.m.  Dave Sturtz speculated that perhaps we should test ours as well.

Joe reported that OEM is now using Weather Radios for emergency notification in the mountains. If you don’t have a weather radio, we encourage you to get one!  They can be tuned so that only Boulder County announcements come through.  They can be used as triggers to set off sirens, notify the POD leaders, and set off the Ham radio response.

For the Hams, we have a repeater here that serves everyone in the valley.  There are a variety of Simplex frequencies, if we need to communicate with our neighbors, and they are always on 24/7/365.  (I’m over my head here – the Hams know what this is about).  Our Hams can be a back up for the Fire Department.  If there are any 5 interested people, Joe reports that they are always willing to teach a class.  A good radio costs $150 and they are looking for any available old ones.  We need to decide how the Hams will interact with the Pod system, who leads the Hams, etc.  We need shared expectations on how to utilize their abilities.  There was some discussion on whether the repeater should be relocated to reach more people – more on this later.  The Hams will all meet together after this general meeting to discuss all these issues.  In other communities that have had their networks set up for awhile, they generally link up once a week to keep in touch.

Deb went on to explain that Neighborlink is a phone tree and everyone needs to have a phone that doesn’t require electricity (like an old rotary phone) for when we lose it.  Eventually all the phones will go down unless Verizon can get up here with a generator to power the box at the crossroads – it only has back up power for so long – but in the meantime your rotary phone will work even if your electricity is out. Safesite is a group of local people willing to open their houses for evacuees and the Gold Hill School is available in an emergency as an initial gathering place.   The combination of the 2 groups is now called Safelink.  It’s important for people to know that we in Neighborlink don’t share any personal information with others.

During the flood, we did get into the school, but couldn’t contact the OEM to let them know – this has been worked out, now.  Deb took a couple of people to her house.

Deb then reported that there is a very heavy snow pack this year and the powers that be in the County are very concerned about spring run off, given the damage still from the flood to our roadways and streamways.   This is one of the motivations to get us all up to date and prepared.  We also want to set up a Mock Event to test Neighborlink.  It was decided that we would do this Saturday, April 5 between 10 a.m. and noon.  We want to see how fast we can contact everyone – how it will all work.  We will notify the community more than once that we will be doing this.

Joe suggested that we need back-ups for every position 2 deep.

So!  Fill out your Neighborlink form and give it to your group leader, get a Weather Radio, sign up for Everbridge (http://www.boulderoem.org and there is all kinds of other good emergency preparedness info there, as well), and, of course, we all hope we will not have another major disaster, but we will be more prepared if that does happen.  Happy Spring!

Gretchen Diefenderfer, note taker

 

 

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Upcoming Mountain Emergency Radio Network Training

September 21st, 2012
Upcoming Mountain Emergency Radio Network Training
The mountain emergency radio network (MERN) is a amateur radio network that has been facilitated by BCARES (Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services) with the intention of helping our mountain communities communicate accurate information in case of an emergency, both within our town limits and among mountain communities.  Having local Gold Hill amateur radio users assures our self-sufficiency in an emergency situation!
The Gold Hill Fire Barn has a new, high-powered repeater installed to make communications in our area feasible and will soon have a permanent generator in place allowing communication even when the electricity in town is out.
To date, there are more than 40 licensed MERN operators across our mountain communities.  The first step in being a part of MERN is taking the FCC license preparation class as well as the exam.  Both times are listed below.
Once you have received your FCC amateur license, you will be given a HAM radio and receive instruction on how to join MERN.  MERN communications practice will be held regularly to assure mountain residents are capable of communicating with one another successfully.
Date:  Saturday, October 6th, 8:30 to 2pm (bring a sack lunch)
            Exam to be given on Monday, October 15th, evening hours
Location:  Allenspark Fire House
RSVP to Steve Coles if you plan to attend. (sdcoles@hotmail.com, 303-747-9173)
***This class is filling up fast so please RSVP now if you think you are interested!***
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please contact Amy Hardy at ahardy105@yahoo.com if you have any questions.
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Upcoming Mountain Emergency Radio Network Training

September 21st, 2012
Upcoming Mountain Emergency Radio Network Training
The mountain emergency radio network (MERN) is a amateur radio network that has been facilitated by BCARES (Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services) with the intention of helping our mountain communities communicate accurate information in case of an emergency, both within our town limits and among mountain communities.  Having local Gold Hill amateur radio users assures our self-sufficiency in an emergency situation!
The Gold Hill Fire Barn has a new, high-powered repeater installed to make communications in our area feasible and will soon have a permanent generator in place allowing communication even when the electricity in town is out.
To date, there are more than 40 licensed MERN operators across our mountain communities.  The first step in being a part of MERN is taking the FCC license preparation class as well as the exam.  Both times are listed below.
Once you have received your FCC amateur license, you will be given a HAM radio and receive instruction on how to join MERN.  MERN communications practice will be held regularly to assure mountain residents are capable of communicating with one another successfully.
Date:  Saturday, October 6th, 8:30 to 2pm (bring a sack lunch)
            Exam to be given on Monday, October 15th, evening hours
Location:  Allenspark Fire House
RSVP to Steve Coles if you plan to attend. (sdcoles@hotmail.com, 303-747-9173)
***This class is filling up fast so please RSVP now if you think you are interested!***
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please contact Amy Hardy at ahardy105@yahoo.com if you have any questions.
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Upcoming Insurance and Emergency Prep Meeting

July 12th, 2012

From Amy Hardy:

 

In light of so many fires in Colorado and our extreme fire danger, Garry Sanfacon and I are planning another round of insurance preparedness meetings.  Please see the attached flyer.  We will also touch on the basics of emergency preparedness.  Please feel free to ask me any questions.

 

Garry Sanfacon and I are happy to do additional meetings in your area if there is enough interest.

 

 

Have a great day,

Amy Hardy
Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator
Foothills United Way
1285 Cimarron Drive, Suite 101
Lafayette, CO 80026
United States
Phone: 303-444-4013
Fax:     303-444-2620
303-895-3418
AHardy@unitedwayfoothills.org
http://unitedwayfoothills.org

GIVE.ADVOCATE.VOLUNTEER.

LIVE UNITED

 


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Weather Spotter Training

May 9th, 2012

Hi Guys,

Please find the attached flyer from, Merrie Leach , Emergency Management Coordinator (303-441-3647 office, 303- 565-7408 mobile. mleach@bouldercounty.org)

for weather spotter training in Boulder.  Last summer weather spotters were incredibly helpful in the flood response and we need your help again this summer.

Thanks,

Amy

weather spotter flyer

 

SEVERE WEATHER SPOTTER TRAINING

Thursday May 17, 2012

Boulder County Sheriff’s Headquarters, Training Room

5600 Flatiron Pkwy, Boulder, CO

6:30-8:00 p.m. – Basic Weather Spotter

8:00-9:00 p.m. – Advanced Weather Spotter

Free and open to the public

You can be a certified Skywarn severe weather spotter after 90 minutes of basic training, and you may choose to stay for the advanced portion of the training.

The National Weather Service and Boulder County count on concerned residents like you to be our “eyes” out in the field, when trying to verify severe weather. Your reports are very helpful to us as we make warning decisions on severe thunderstorms and potential flooding.

Please Call the Boulder Office of Emergency Management at 303-441-3390, or email mleach@bouldercounty.org to register, or with any questions.

 

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Mountain Communities of Boulder County

May 9th, 2012

From: Harry Hempy [mailto:harryhempy@fullsignal.net]
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 8:30 PM
Subject: Mountain Communities – issue meeting on May 15

 

Friends,   “Mountain Communities of Boulder County” is a new community rights group that works on issues common to mountain residents. Come meet your activist neighbors from up and down the Peak-to-Peak highway.   And bring a friend!     Thanks, Harry Hempy

ANNOUNCING

What:   Meeting of “Mountain Communities of Boulder County”
When:  Tuesday, May 15 – 6:30pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Gold Hill Community Center (upstairs at the fire barn at the West end of town)

Topics for Discussion:

Issue: Mining: Update and open forum on application by Gold Hill Minerals, LLC to prospect for gold on national forest and private land west of Jamestown.

Issue: Recreational Shooting: Update and open forum on uncontrolled target shooting on national forest land.

Issue: Off-road Vehicle Use: Update and open forum on off-road vehicle use on national forest land.

Prepare presentation for the Mountain Mayor’s meeting: We are on the agenda for the Mountain Mayor’s meeting on May23. The intent will be to inform the mayors of our group’s existence and perspectives and develop a mutually beneficial relationship.

Other Things To Do:
Create website

For more information, contact Steffi Wilson at moarla@mac.com.
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CPR and First Aid on May 19th at 9am

April 17th, 2012
Dear Gold Hill Residents,
The CPR (Basic Life Support for professionals) and First Aid Classes will be held on May 19th in the community center.  The CPR class will be held from 9am-12:30pm and the First Aid class will be held from 1pm-4:30pm.  Please RSVP if you are interested in one of both of the classes as we will cap it at 20 participants.  Each class is $35 or $65 for both.
Let me know if you have any questions!
Amy E. Hardy
Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator
Foothills United Way
ahardy105@yahoo.com
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Flood insurance info meeting 3/15, 6:00 p.m.

March 12th, 2012

Good afternoon,

Just a reminder that we are holding a flood insurance information meeting this Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, 1325 Pearl Street.

 

The flood insurance postcard, which also has the meeting info, is attached.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks!

Merrie

Merrie Leach
Emergency Management Coordinator

(303) 441-3647 office
(303) 565-7408 mobile
mleach@bouldercounty.org

 

flood ins postcard

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Community Preparedness

February 1st, 2012
Good Morning,
It is that time of year again to start to think about the impact of this spring and summer flood season on Gold Hill as well as our neighboring communities.  Gold Hill has been working with our mountain community neighbors and Boulder County’s Office of Emergency Management to design a community preparedness plan that would help respond on a community level to possible emergencies (wildfire, flooding, heavy snow etc).  I know. You are saying, “Gold Hill is on top of a hill…we don’t have any flood concerns.”  In this case, this type of community support would be for our neighbors in Four Mile and Sunshine Canyons as they may climb to safety and end up in Gold Hill.  As a result of last year’s preparation for upcoming flood season, Gold Hill was awarded a 6’x6′ tough shed flled with materials to help set up a short term evacuation center here in town designed to provide information (generator), food and water, and basic medical support, cots and blankets, in the case of an extended stay in GH.  Please note this community emergency preparedness plan will work hand in hand with the Gold Hill Fire Department as they will be busy working on the front lines of the emergency.  This plan will only work if we have Gold Hill volunteers who are willing to offer their support in the case of such emergency.
We are having an informational meeting on February 9th at 7pm in the community center for those who are interested in volunteering.  I encourage any of our community members who took the HAM radio class to think about being on this list as it would be helpful to have your skills should we lose power and find ourselves in need of communicating with Boulder resources.
***I know that most of us are busy so I will be clear that this is not a time consuming volunteer project, rather a number of locals who are willing to be on a list to be called in the case of an emergency to offer support.***
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions,
Amy E. Hardy
Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator
Foothills United Way
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insurance preparedness meetings

November 21st, 2011
60% of the homes lost in the Fourmile Canyon Fire were underinsured?  Is your home adequately insured?

Please come to one of the following workshops to learn:
Easy to use tools, tips, and resources to assure that your home is adequately insured.
How to avoid the most common gaps in insurance coverage.
An accurate range of per square footage costs to rebuild in the mountains west of Boulder
What Fourmile Fire survivors wish they’d known about insurance before they lost their home

November 30th, 6:30 – 8:30pm
County Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Boulder County Courthouse, 3rd floor
1325 Pearl Street, Boulder CO

Dec. 1st, 1:00 – 3:00pm
Highlands Presbyterian Camp & REtreat Center
1306 Business Highway 7, Allenspark, CO

Dec. 1st, 7:00 – 9:00pm
Nederland Community Center
750 Highway 72, Nederland, CO

For more information, contact Amy Hardy

Amy Hardy

Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator
Foothills United Way
1285 Cimarron Drive, Suite 101
Lafayette, CO 80026
United States
Phone: 303-444-4013
Fax:     303-444-2620
303-895-3418
AHardy@unitedwayfoothills.org
http://unitedwayfoothills.org
GIVE.ADVOCATE.VOLUNTEER.
LIVE UNITED

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Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (BCARES)

October 21st, 2011

Announcement:

The Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (BCARES) organization is holding 2 free one day seminars: the first is at the Nederland Community Center on Saturday, October 22ndfrom 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM, and the second one will be in Gold Hill on Saturday, October 29th from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM.

The purpose of these seminars is to assist individuals who are interested in acquiring their Technician level amateur radio license.  This license is required to legally operate a radio on the amateur radio frequencies.

With an amateur radio license, individuals will be able to participate in a new radio network being implemented by BCARES in the foothills and mountains of Boulder County.   The network is called MERN and stands for; the Mountain Emergency Radio Network and is intended to provide emergency communications capability when commercial power and or phone/cell service is interrupted for extended periods of time such as events like Four Mile Canyon fire.  During non-emergency time, the network is available for personal use by those who are properly licensed.

Class will consist of instructors who will take the students through the requirements necessary to pass the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) test which will be administered on November 9th.  The exact time and place will be announced soon.

Students should arrive before 9:00 AM and have a note book and pen to take notes and accumulate handout materials.  Everyone is encouraged to bring a lunch since the class will continue during the lunch hour.

If you have questions please contact Allen Bishop at (303) 437-7835 or by email at allenbishop@comcast.net.

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Ham Radio Training

October 13th, 2011

Dear Community Leaders and Fire Chiefs,

Attached is a invitation for  your mountain residents and fire fighters to take part in a HAM radio training offered by BCARES.  Please post this to your lists so that your residents can decide to whether or not they would like to take the test.

Thanks,

Amy

 

HAM Radio Training Offered to Mountain Residents

 

BCARES (Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services) played a very important role in providing alternative forms of communication during the Four Mile Canyon Fire.  Local community leaders and fire chiefs have been working together to strengthen that role in an attempt to help our mountain communities be better prepared in the case of another natural disaster.

 

This project (Mountain Emergency Radio Network – aka MERN) is going to provide a significant resource for our mountain community residents.  As you know, the first resource to be lost in a fire or flood is commercial power and with it goes all land communications and in most cases, cell phone connectivity is also lost.  Today – during an emergency, that leaves no effective method of communicating for our mountain residents.

 

The MERN network will provide a significant level of communications for these folks and in so doing, should also reduce if not eliminate the rumor mill that tends to confuse and put people at risk.

 

Boulder County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (BCARES) will be providing both equipment and training for mountain residents who are interested in learning HAM radio operations.  This training will prepare you to take the federal certification test and participate in the MERN network.

 

To date, there are two scheduled trainings:

Saturday, October 22nd from 9-3pm at the Nederland Community Center

Saturday, October 29th from 9-3 at the Gold Hill Fire Barn

The final test date will be determined soon.

Please email Amy at ahardy@unitedwayfoothills.org  if you have any questions.

Amy Hardy

Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator
Foothills United Way
1285 Cimarron Drive, Suite 101
Lafayette, CO 80026
United States
Phone: 303-444-4013
Fax:     303-444-2620
303-895-3418
AHardy@unitedwayfoothills.org
http://unitedwayfoothills.org

GIVE.ADVOCATE.VOLUNTEER.

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Emergency Preparedness

June 15th, 2011

 

From: Four Mile Communications [mailto:fourmileinfo@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, June 13, 2011 5:08 PM
To: bouldermtncontact
Cc: Amy Hardy
Subject: [INFORMATION] Flood Preparedness: Stay Informed

 

Stay Informed!
What can you do to help yourself & your family?

  • Review the “Mountain Communities Preparedness Guide”
  • Stay informed through local radio (KOA – AM 850), television alerts, and your own observations
  • Go to: www.boco911alert.com to receive free emergency alerts, register your phone number(s) and/or email address(es).
  • Monitor a NOAA Weather Radio (with S.A.M.E. and back-up battery).
    • Listen for the latest Flood Watches, Warnings and Advisories:
      • WATCH indicates that flash flooding or flooding is possible within the designated WATCH area
      • An ADVISORY indicates that flooding of small streams, streets and low-lying areas is occurring. Indicates that minor flooding is occurring but has not reached flash flood or warning levels
      • WARNING indicates that flash flooding or flooding has been reported or is imminent, and necessary precautions should be taken at once

Limited Number of FREE Weather Radios Available

Foothills United Way used grant money to buy 120 weather radios with S.A.M.E. technology. These have been distributed to families in Fourmile Canyon who are at high risk for flooding and debris flows. There are approximately ten weather radios available.

 

If you live in the burn area & could use one, either for weather spotting purposes or because they are in harms way please contact:

Amy E. Hardy

Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator

Foothills United Way

Phone: 303-444-4013

 

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Flood Preparedness Meeting

May 23rd, 2011

This is the same information the County presented at community meetings in Four Mile, Sunshine and Gold Hill in early March. If you were not able to attend those meetings you are welcome to join us. We will also be providing flood preparedness information for residents below the burned area and in the city of Boulder.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 20, 2011

Contact: Merrie Leach, 303-441-3647

Community flood preparedness meeting set for Wednesday, May 25, 6:30 p.m., Boulder Public Library

Boulder, Colo. – The Boulder Office of Emergency Management will host a community meeting this Wednesday, May 25 to discuss community flood risks and what residents can do to prepare for an emergency.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Boulder Public Library Auditorium at 1001 Arapahoe Ave.

Residents who live along Fourmile Creek, Fourmile Canyon Creek or Boulder Creek and all interested members of the community are encouraged to attend.

Boulder County and City of Boulder employees will present information about the impacts from the Fourmile Canyon Fire and the increased flood potential for properties below the burned area and in the city of Boulder. Individual preparedness and flood safety will also be discussed.

To learn more about flood preparedness and the Fourmile Canyon Fire recovery efforts, visit www.boulderfloodinfo.net andwww.bouldercounty.org/fourmilefire.

For more information, contact Emergency Management Coordinator Merrie Leach (303-441-3647 / mleach@bouldercounty.org) or Fourmile Canyon Fire Recovery Manager Garry Sanfaçon (720-564-2642 / gsanfacon@bouldercounty.org).

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To Sign up for Emergency Notification

May 17th, 2011

To add your cell phone or email address for emergency notification go to:

https://ww2.everbridge.net/citizen/EverbridgeGateway.action?body=home&gis_alias_id=160781

Amy E. Hardy

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