Do 1 Thing is a web-based twelve month preparedness program that focuses on a different area of emergency preparedness each month, and provides a range of preparedness options for each topic. Every month has a low or no-cost option to become better prepared. Do 1 Thing is a non-profit organization that aims to build more disaster resilient communities. They give you a choice of three things you can do, then you choose one. You can jump in at anytime. Learn more http://do1thing.com/individuals
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the breakdown of uranium in the soil.
Order discounted testing kits: http://sosradon.org/test-kits
Radon moves from uranium-bearing granite deposits in the soil to the atmosphere.
Wondering if you are the only home without power, gas, or water? Or do you need to report an outage?
Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) makes it easy to do both via a handy online map that allows you to see and check the status.
See it and learn more about it at http://stormcenter3.csu.org.s3.amazonaws.com/default.html
Not sure about the parking rules in Pine Creek and the City of Colorado Springs? Want to know about parking on the street, resident and non-resident (visitors) parking, vehicle storage, cul-de-sacs, near fire hydrants, around sidewalks and driveways? Visit our Parking Info page and Learn more at https://www.pcva.org/parking-in-pine-creek.html
The Board of Directors is aware of past situations where homeowners and neighborhood representatives have taken actions directly with vendor contractors or have procured materials. Under Colorado law and consistent with PCVA By-Laws, only the Board of Directors and our Community Association Manager may legally plan, coordinate, task and direct contractors and obligate PCVA funds for services and materials. Under NO circumstance is any homeowner or neighborhood representatives allowed to represent PCVA to solicit proposals, coordinate or direct work. Homeowners and neighborhood representatives should identify requirements and must only work with the sole PCVA Managing Agent (Hammersmith) provided by the Board. Homeowners that direct contractor work may be held liable for any PCVA costs incurred--an unfortunate situation the Board wishes to avoid at all times.