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San Luis Valley Emergency Management

Our Mission: To lead and support the San Luis Valley's effort to prevent, protect, mitigate, respond to, and recover from all hazards events.

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What's New

Saguache County is pleased to announce the appointment of David Frees as the Interim Director of Saguache Emergency Management. With an extensive background in emergency response and a commitment to community safety, David Frees assumes the Interim Director position on May 10, 2024. David Frees
The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering is accepting applications for a FREE Battery Backup Power System for Colorado Medicaid recipients who rely on life-sustaining medical equipment. The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) has recognized the importance of being prepared
Between State Border New Mexico and County Road 118 from Mile Point 0 to Mile Point 1.3. Sinkhole. There is alternating traffic. Slower speeds are advised. The southbound lane is open with alternating traffic with traffic signals. Use caution and slower speeds
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Upcoming Events

Monday, June 3, 2024, 1pm
The San Luis Valley All-Hazards Stakeholder Briefing offers the ability for State, federal, and local agencies to come together and coordinate preparedness and response to emergencies and pre-planned events throughout the San Luis Valley. This multiagency coordination allows all levels of government and all disciplines to work together more efficiently and effectively.
Monday, June 10, 2024, 1pm
The San Luis Valley All-Hazards Stakeholder Briefing offers the ability for State, federal, and local agencies to come together and coordinate preparedness and response to emergencies and pre-planned events throughout the San Luis Valley. This multiagency coordination allows all levels of government and all disciplines to work together more efficiently and effectively.
Monday, June 17, 2024, 1pm
The San Luis Valley All-Hazards Stakeholder Briefing offers the ability for State, federal, and local agencies to come together and coordinate preparedness and response to emergencies and pre-planned events throughout the San Luis Valley. This multiagency coordination allows all levels of government and all disciplines to work together more efficiently and effectively.