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Pikes Peak United Way is teaming up with local organizations to teach people how to better protect and manage their money. For more information on free workshops going on this week, click on the link.
The City of Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management will host a community meeting for residents to provide an update on the Waldo Canyon Fire Burn Scar recovery as well as preparedness for natural disasters on Thursday, April 21 for residents along Camp Creek, North/South Douglas creeks, and for the general public. Thursday, April 21, 2016 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Glen Eyrie Castle 3820 N. 30th Street In addition to flash flood preparedness, topics will include: • Analysis of recovery and mitigation efforts on the Waldo Canyon burn scar • Weather forecasting and potential flood impact areas • Methods for flash flood warnings • City Disaster Preparedness including planning and responses • New mitigation projects along the Waldo Canyon Fire Burn Scar
To report someone living outside, call CSPD Homeless Outreach Team (HOT): (719) 444-7666 For more information on existing shelters and other housing programs, call: 2-1-1 For landlords looking to help those in need of shelter, they can contact Anne Beer at the Pikes Peak United Way (719) 955.0749 or abeer@ppunitedway.org.
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