Published on May 10, 2023

The Colorado Springs Fire Department is hosting its next Living with Wildfire Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, May 16th. These informative meetings will encourage residents living in our wildland-urban interface to engage in a conversation about wildfire risk in their area.

The Living with Wildfire Town Hall Series aims to empower the community to be ready if a wildfire happens. Topics being discussed are:

  • How to do wildfire mitigation around your home
  • How to participate in the Neighborhood Chipping Program
  • How to prepare your home for a fire or wildfire
  • Knowing your evacuation zone
  • How to create an emergency plan
  • Knowing when and how to evacuate

This meeting will focus on the following regions:

  • Bear Creek
  • Broadmoor Bluffs
  • Broadmoor Hills
  • Broadmoor Oaks
  • Ivywild
  • Lower Skyway
  • Midland
  • Old Broadmoor
  • Quail Lake
  • Upper Skyway

Additional sessions are scheduled for other areas of the town throughout the summer. All meetings will cover the same topics, and there will be plenty of time for questions. All attendees can get signed up for emergency notifications and the neighborhood chipping program at the meeting. For the most updated meeting dates and locations, visit:

Townhall Meetings
Tuesday, May 16th 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cheyenne Mountain High School Auditorium, 1200 Cresta Road, Colorado Springs, CO80906

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