Be Informed


ALL residents of the San Luis Valley must register for Emergency Alerts at www.SLVE911.org

There are many alert and warning systems used in the San Luis Valley to keep you and your family up-to-date while at work, home, school, or away.


Make a list of all the alert systems available to you and make sure everyone in your household gets the alerts as part of your household communication plan.

Workplaces, schools, and community-based or faith-based groups may have their own similar opt-in notification systems.

Alamosa CountyConejos CountyHinsdale County, and the Town of Center have their own opt-in systems.
Residents in these areas should register for BOTH the San Luis Valley Alerts and their local alerts:

With all notification systems, make sure you can find and understand the messages that are sent.

Assistive communication devices can help people with
disabilities and others with access and functional needs
get forecasts, warnings, and emergency messages.

Current Weather Alert Viewer


Local Radio Push Notifications


Download the 95.3 KYDN or 96.5 KSLV app, enable push notifications, and receive breaking news directly from your local radio station. Read more on Push Notifications here.


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What's New

Monday, June 26, 2023
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
Saturday, May 27, 2023
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
Thursday, December 22, 2022
Dec. 22, 2022 - Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza has been detected in the SLV according to a recent article by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). If you are a poultry producer, now is the time to take extra precautions to ensure your flock remains safe.