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Emergency Preparedness

If you knew it was coming, how would you prepare?

Free Wildfire Readiness and Evacuation Workshop – Attend On-site or Watch Online

If a wildfire was threatening you and your family….. how would you know? Learn all the ways to receive notifications and and receive help with evacuation planning:  April 16, 6-8 p.m., 100 Third Street, first floor Hearing Room, in Castle Rock.  The workshop will also be streamed online via the County’s YouTube channel.
Please rsvp to 303-814-4356 or email alwalton@dcsheriff.netClick here for more information.

No one ever thinks it’s going to happen to them, until it does. Lightening sparks a wildfire. A river spills over its banks. And suddenly you’re trying to outrace a disaster.

There’s a lot the Sheriff’s Office can do. We can warn you and we can keep you updated on conditions.  We can show you how to mitigate danger, but ultimately, your safety, and the safety of your family, is up to you.

That’s why you need to sign up for emergency alerts and register your gate codes.  Make a plan before the emergency strikes, before it’s too late.  We’ll show you how to prepare now.

We’re prepared. You should be, too. Safety is a shared responsibility.