COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The City of Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management will host a resident preparedness meeting on the post Waldo Canyon Fire flash flood risk Wednesday, April 2 for residents along Camp Creek and the general public.
Camp Creek Flash Flood Preparedness Meeting Wednesday, April 2, 2014
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The Castle at Glen Eyrie, 3820 N. 30th Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904
The meeting will provide education and updated information with regard to the increased flash flood risk following damage to vegetation in the Waldo Canyon burn scar, and the city’s planned response to a potential flash flood. The presentation will also highlight ongoing flood mitigation efforts along areas impacted by the burn scar. Speakers will address key issues relating to flash flood risk in neighborhoods along Camp Creek.
Analysis of flash flood effects from runoff from Waldo Canyon burn scar
Current and future mitigation efforts
Weather forecasting and potential flood impact areas
Mitigation efforts-what can you do?
Emergency Preparedness-Know Your Risk, Make Your Plan, Improve Your Outcome
Stay Informed-Notification methods for flash flood warnings
City Response to flash flooding events
The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. Reasonable accommodations for the deaf and hard of hearing through closed captioning or sign language interpreter will be provided upon request. Please notify Vickie Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com or 719-385-5957. Requests should be made by Weds, March 26 to assure accommodations can be provided. Every effort will be made to fulfill requests made after March 26, but cannot be guaranteed.