MAY 1: Community Wildfire Preparedness Day! Join us @ ECFPD and EFR

23 Mar 2021 16:03 - 14 Apr 2021 16:05 #1 by RotaryWildfireReady
It's time to prepare for Wildfire Season! May 1st is Wildfire Community Preparedness Day: a national campaign that encourages people and organizations everywhere to come together on a single day to take action to raise awareness and reduce wildfire risks.

To honor this effort, we will be proudly introducing our mobile educational fire truck that we've purchased and modified to help you learn more about what you and your family can do to get prepared. We'll have free materials on evacuation planning, defensible space, home hardening and more. Join us from 8:30-11:30am at Elk Creek Fire Protection District Station 1, 19933 Blackfoot Rd or from 1:30-4:30pm at Evergreen Fire Rescue, 1802 Bergen Pkwy, visit with your first responders, and get your free Emergency Go Bag while supplies last.

Please invite your friends, family and neighbors to attend as well!

www.rotarywildfireready.com/
In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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14 Apr 2021 16:41 #2 by RotaryWildfireReady
We;re excited to share that Jeffcom911 will be joining us at our Community Wildfire Preparedness Day event! They will share more about what they do, how and why to sign up for CodeRED Emergency Alerts, Smart911 and more.

Elk Creek Fire, Evergreen Fire, and Inter-Canyon Fire will have information tables on: We hope to see you there!

www.rotarywildfireready.com/
In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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21 Apr 2021 20:27 - 21 Apr 2021 20:38 #3 by RotaryWildfireReady
May 1st is going to be such a great educational event -- make sure to join us at Elk Creek Fire Department from 8:30-11:30 or Evergreen Fire Rescue from 1:30-4:30.
Event details @ rotarywildfireready.com

Special thank you to Serenity Magazine, Cliff Bowron and Leonor McCall-Rodriguez for the fantastic article in the April edition of Serenity on page 48.

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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24 Apr 2021 16:58 #4 by RotaryWildfireReady
Did you see our ad on the back page of the Canyon Courier ? We are serious about wanting you to attend our upcoming Community Wildfire Preparedness Day Saturday May 1st at Elk Creek Fire Department and Evergreen Fire/Rescue! :)

A huge thank you to all the Rotarians at the following organizations who helped cover the cost of this ad:
Bear Paw Rentals
Big O Tires
Coldwell Banker
Compass Real Estate
Evergreen Chamber of Commerce
Farmers Insurance - Bruce Anderson
Kachkovsky & Fisher
Mountain Home
Raymond James
Scripps Taylor & Assocs

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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29 Apr 2021 16:13 #5 by RotaryWildfireReady
Meet the newest member of our team on May 1st -- the Rotary Wildfire Ready Fire Truck. This is a rolling educational laboratory on wildfire readiness education. The truck features exhibits and free literature on Defensible Space, Home Hardening, What to Wear in a wildfire, Emergency Go Bag, Evacuation Preparations, Evacuation Notifications.

Join Us May 1st:
8:30 am -11:30 am
ELK CREEK FIRE DEPARTMENT
11993 Blackfoot Road, Conifer, Colorado

1:30 pm -4:30 pm
EVERGREEN FIRE RESCUE
1802 Bergen Pkwy, Evergreen, Colorado

www.rotarywildfireready.com/
In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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30 Apr 2021 12:56 #6 by RotaryWildfireReady
May is Wildfire Awareness Month and we’re here to help you better prepare your home and family in the event we face a wildfire in our community! Come to our Community Wildfire Preparedness Day tomorrow, May 1, at Elk Creek Fire Department from 8:30-11:30 or at Evergreen Fire/Rescue from 1:30-4:30. We’ll have brochures on Home Hardening, Defensible Space, Emergency Go Bags, What To Wear, Evacuation Preparations, Emergency Notifications and more. See you then! www.rotarywildfireready.com/


Coloradans Urged to Reduce Wildfire Risk During Wildfire Awareness Month

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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11 May 2021 17:57 #7 by RotaryWildfireReady
We are so proud of the launch of our Rotary Wildfire Ready Fire Truck. We introduced this rolling wildfire educational lab on Wildfire Preparedness Day and had 125 people in Conifer and over 400 people come by to learn more about how they can get prepared.

Special thank you to our extraordinary Rotary Wildfire Ready Educational team volunteers - Chuck Ridings, Laurie Romberg, Amy Deuble, Lucy Bauer, Sharon Trilk, John Putt, Denise Onyskiw- and to our wonderful Hot Shot sponsors Chuck Ridings, Mountain Metro Association of Realtors, Lee and Christine Young and our Guardian Sponsors Bruce Anderson Farmers Insurance and Marianne and Pat Temple. And a special thank you to Evergreen Rotarians whose generous contributions helped make this truck possible.

This was such an incredible community collaboration and we are so proud of the results. Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible!



Find more photos on our Rotary Wildfire Ready Facebook Page and stay tuned for the next events we'll be attending!

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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