Webinars Provided by FEMA Mitigation on Wildfire and Flood Risks and Recovery

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In 2020, Colorado experienced an unprecedented wildfire season. The East Troublesome and Cameron Peak Wildfires scorched over 400,000 acres and destroyed 1,041 structures, including nearly 600 residences. Consequently, flood risk after a wildfire increases dramatically - and where it rains, it can flood. While Colorado is still recovering from these historic events, it’s important to understand the increased risk and prepare for the upcoming wildfire season. 

Join experts from wildfire, flood, agriculture and insurance organizations for a series of upcoming webinars discussing important recovery and rebuilding aspects as well as increased flood risk after a wildfire. Panelists will answer frequently asked questions and provide informative resources you can use today. 

Want to join us? Click the link below to register for an upcoming webinar:             

These presentations will be available in closed caption and ASL format. If you require an alternative format of available information, please submit your request to Region8AccommodationRequest@fema.dhs.gov.

If you need assistance to access a program or service funded by FEMA, please contact FEMA at (833) 285-7448 [ Press 1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for the Language Line] or FEMA-CivilRightsOffice@fema.dhs.gov. 

Do you have a question about wildfire or flood risk? Email fema-r8-hmhelp@fema.dhs.gov 

Do you have a question about registering for these webinars? Email Sam at sam.bugg@ogilvy.com