Colorado Daily Status Report: July 21



Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management - DHSEM
Information in this report was gathered between 8:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.
Additional reports and graphics are available in the attached pdf document.
NSTR = Nothing Significant to Report
Alerts/Warnings            
National Terrorism Advisory System - No Current Alerts * Twitter * Facebook
National Wildfire Preparedness Level 3NIFC Sit ReportDefinition of Levels
Rocky Mountain Preparedness Level 1 RMCC Morning Intelligence * Sit Report
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status
Duty Officer: (303) 472-4046
Emergency Operations Center (SEOC): Day to Day


Mesa County – West Salt Creek Landslide
Date of Incident:
Saturday, May 25
Location:
Collbran, Co
Area Impacted:
4 miles long, 2 miles wide and up to 250 feet deep.
Information Sources:
Additional:
USGS, Colorado Geological Survey, and DHSEM Regional Field Manager providing direct technical support, continued monitoring and coordination of resources.


View or download the complete Colorado Daily Status Report for July 21, 2014.

Colorado Daily Status Report July 18

Alerts/Warnings            
National Terrorism Advisory System - No Current Alerts * Twitter * Facebook
National Wildfire Preparedness Level 3NIFC Sit ReportDefinition of Levels
Rocky Mountain Preparedness Level 1 RMCC Morning Intelligence * Sit Report
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status
Duty Officer: (303) 472-4046
Emergency Operations Center (SEOC): Day to Day

Mesa County – West Salt Creek Landslide
Date of Incident:
Saturday, May 25
Location:
Collbran, Co
Area Impacted:
4 miles long, 2 miles wide and up to 250 feet deep.
Information Sources:
Additional:
USGS, Colorado Geological Survey, and DHSEM Regional Field Manager providing direct technical support, continued monitoring and coordination of resources.

DHSEM Update: July 17

Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Update:  July 17, 2014

Information included in this week's Update:
  • Colorado United Day Webinar
  • Flood Recovery Information Updates
  • CDBG-DR Stakeholder Meetings
    • HMGP Acquisition Meeting
    • Job and Volunteer Opportunities
  • CEPP Meeting:  Emergency Communications
  • Kudos
  • Educational Resources
    • EPA Resources
    • Public Information Officer Resources
    • Tri-County Health Department Resources
  • Training Information
    • FEMA Courses
    • Master Exercise Practitioner Program Series
    • DOLA:  Governance and Intergovernmental Cooperation for Local Government Officials from Smaller Jurisdictions
    • Emergency Management and Planning Degree
    • DHSEM Training Courses
  • Important Reminders

Colorado Daily Status Report July 17

Alerts/Warnings            
National Terrorism Advisory System - No Current Alerts * Twitter * Facebook
National Wildfire Preparedness Level 3NIFC Sit ReportDefinition of Levels
Rocky Mountain Preparedness Level 1 RMCC Morning Intelligence * Sit Report
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status
Duty Officer: (303) 472-4046
Emergency Operations Center (SEOC): Day to Day

Mesa County – West Salt Creek Landslide
Date of Incident:
Saturday, May 25
Location:
Collbran, Co
Area Impacted:
4 miles long, 2 miles wide and up to 250 feet deep.
Information Sources:
Additional:
USGS, Colorado Geological Survey, and DHSEM Regional Field Manager providing direct technical support, continued monitoring and coordination of resources.

Huerfano County Flood Update: Spanish Peaks Flood II

Information provided by Huerfano County Office of Emergency Management's public information officer at 8 a.m.


Summary of Flood

  • A flash flood was reported to the Huerfano County Dispatch at approximately 9:45 p.m. at the Scout Ranch in Huerfano County.
  • 151 scouts, including staff have been evacuated to Huerfano County Community Center in Walsenburg. Red Cross on site.
  • Five people were treated for minor injuries at Spanish Peaks Regional Hospital. Structure damage unknown. 
  • Jurisdiction:   Huerfano County
  • Cooperating Agencies: Huerfano County Fire, LaVeta Fire, Huerfano County EMS, Huerfano County Office of Emergency Management, Trinidad EMS, RE-1 School District, Red Cross, Spanish Peaks Regional Hospital 
  • Management Strategies: Damage Assessment