Updated: April 13, 2014 at 9:52 am
Emergency notifications via phone, text, email
(El Paso and Teller counties E911)
Get text and voice emergency alerts sent to your home phone, cellphones and email.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
FEMA wireless emergency alerts
Red Cross of the Pikes Peak Region
1040 S. 8th St., Colorado Springs
Red Cross apps
Pikes Peak United Way 2-1-1
Free, confidential hotline (dial 211 on your phone)
Emergency evacuation registry
ppunitedway.org/ourimpact/communityprograms; scroll down to "Emergency Evacuation Registry," and click on "download the application"
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
cdc.gov; click on "Emergency Preparedness and Response"
Emergency preparation assistance for those with disabilities
The Independence Center
709 S. Tejon St., Colorado Springs
National Weather Service radio
These radios, which can be found at Walmart and other stores, receive Weather Service radio broadcasts.
Learn more: nws.noaa.gov/nwr/nwrrcvr.htm
Colorado Division of Insurance
Firewise Communities encourages homeowners to take responsibility for preparing their homes - and therefore the community - from the risk of wildfire.
Colorado State University Extension Fire Resources
Wildfire Incident Information System
inciweb.nwcg.gov; follow the status of wildfires by searching by name or by state.
City of Colorado Springs
Flood preparedness: springsgov.com/floodinfo
El Paso County Sheriff's Office/Office of Emergency Management
Colorado Office of Emergency Management
Waldo Canyon fire impacts and recovery map
Learn about the Waldo Canyon fire and ongoing work to mitigate post-fire flooding and restore the landscape.
Teller County Office of Emergency Management
A resource for incident reports, evacuations and shelters, disaster recovery and more
Colorado Department of Transportation Road Conditions
Flood insurance information
Agent referral: 800-427-2419