Saturday, September 12th
Join Governor John Hickenlooper, Lt. Governor Joe Garcia and the Colorado Resiliency and Recovery Office, CRRO, in remembering the 2013 flooding on Colorado United Day, Sept. 12, 2015.
The 2013 flooding devastated communities, but with a resilient mindset and the support of the Colorado Resiliency and Recovery Office and partner State agencies, Coloradans are building a better, stronger tomorrow. CRRO working with Federal, State and local partners, individuals, groups and community members is working to cultivate and empower a culture of a more resilient Colorado and implementing an effective strategy for rebuilding the future focusing in five critical areas - community and economic recovery, natural and cultural resources, housing, infrastructure, and streams and floodplains. The CRRO and partner agencies remain committed to creating results, and helping affected communities recover and thrive. It’s the second year since the flooding, and even though much progress has been made, there is still ample work to be done.
Colorado United Day invites you to help those affected by the flooding by volunteering in an area near you.
Interested in receiving more information about
Colorado United Day?
Please email: GOV_ColoradoRecoveryOffice@state.co.us
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