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Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan
Garfield County, Colorado

Garfield County is beginning the process of updating the 2012 Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan (HMP) and would like your input. Please take the survey to help us understand your perception of where vulnerabilities exist.
2017 Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan survey-|

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Colorado Severe Weather Awareness Week - April 16-22

Some regions in the United States have already experienced fatalities, injuries, and damage from flash floods, lightning, large hail, strong damaging thunderstorm winds, and tornadoes. 2017 Colorado Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 16-22. The mission of the National Weather Service is the protection of lives and property through weather services. Portions of western Colorado also experience severe thunderstorm-related weather events this spring or summer, especially during the "monsoon season". The goal within that mission is to educate people, so they are more likely to make wise decisions weather warnings are issued.
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Watches and warnings-|
Severe weather awareness-|
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Strong straigh-line winds and hail-|
Thunderstorm season-|
Tornadoes and tornado safety-|

Garfield County Community Wildfire Protection Plan
December 3, 2012-|

Community Wildfire Protection Plan

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InciWeb Incident Information System

InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident information management system. It was developed to provide the public a single source of incident-related information and to provide a standardized reporting tool for the Public Affairs community. Its supporting systems automate the delivery of incident information to remote sources to provide consistent active incident information timely delivery.
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Garfield County Emergency Management
107 8th Street
Glenwood Springs, CO  81601
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970-945-0453 | phone
970-945-6430 | fax
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