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Recovering from a disaster
Developing a recovery plan for recovering from a disaster can not only be prudent prior to a disaster, but also to begin rebuilding following a disaster. The Federal Trade Commission has consumer information and tips to keep in mind for citizens working to rebuild following a disaster.
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911 transition
Colorado is eligible for as much as $2.4 million in federal funding toward an upgrade to the state’s 911 network. State 911 call centers will make updates in the next 18 months for statewide Next Generation 911 transition.
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Call before using drones
Drones are growing in popularity, but they may cause conflicts with local aircraft. Enthusiasts are asked to phone first to check on whether or not they may affect aircraft flying to or from Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs.


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Continuity of Operations Plan
The Garfield County Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) outlines the manner in which the community's public safety and essential needs are met in the event of an emergency. This framework helps reduce risk, and increase the county's resiliency, ensuring the best possible service to the public.

Road regulations
Semis and other oversized commercial vehicles are barred from traveling over roads that lead to Cottonwood Pass, and in the Four Mile area near Glenwood Springs. New signage is in place alerting drivers to these restrictions.
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Garfield County road restrictions

natural hazard mitigation plan
Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
Garfield County has adopted a new Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan that prioritizes natural disaster risks and focuses on ways to prevent loss of life and destruction of private property.
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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.
Garfield County Emergency Management
107 8th Street
Glenwood Springs, CO  81601
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