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City of Evans to Hold Flood Preparedness and Safety Fair During National Flood Awareness Week

Heavy rain fueled major Colorado floods in 2013
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has named the week of March 17-22, 2014, National Flood Awareness Week.  During this week, the City of Evans will be hosting a number of events to tell the Evans Flood Story, and offer opportunities for residents to connect to recovery resources.  All events are free and open to the general public and will be held at the Evans Community Complex, 1100 37th Street.

During the Week the City of Evans will host a Flood Preparedness and Safety Fair.  It’s Saturday, March 22nd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Flood Preparedness and Safety Fair

  • Emergency Preparedness Information
  • Emergency Notification Registration
  • Importance of Tetanus Shots
  • Information on Rehabilitation Loans for Single Family Homes
  • Rent Assistance Information for Flood Affected families
  • Habitat for Humanity Build Qualification Information
  • Water rescue displays by area Fire Departments
  • Emotional Support following a flood
  • Post-Flood Pet Safety
  • Sand bagging demonstration
    • Steps to take post flood but before clean up help
    • City of Evans Public Works
    • AND MUCH MORE…

Participating Organizations

  • American Red Cross
  • Weld Recovers
  • Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity
  • Humane Society of Weld County
  • City of Evans Flood Recovery & Redevelopment Task Force
  • Milliken Fire Department
  • Colorado Spirit
  • Weld County Housing Authority
  • ServPro of Greeley/Windsor
  • Weld County Office of Emergency Management
  • Evans Police Department

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