From the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office:

INFORMATIONAL MEETING FOR POST-FIRE FLOOD DANGERS

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office in cooperation with the United States Forest Service, the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Town of Cascade is hosting a meeting to provide information to the residents of El Paso County specifically in the area of Cascade, Green Mountain Falls, Chipita Park and the Highway 24 corridor on the potential dangers of post-fire flooding, proper response in case of a flood event and mitigation efforts.

Representatives from the agencies mentioned will be providing information on the risks of potential flooding in the Highway 24 corridor. Brochures and handouts containing additional information concerning flood risks, tips for mitigation and insurance will be provided.

Town Hall Meeting
Friday July 13, 2012
6:30 p.m.

Ute Pass Elementary School
9230 Chipita Park Road
Chipita Park, CO

 

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