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
Visit https://lockdownyourcar.org/ to learn more about Colorado Auto Theft and Prevention
Colorado Springs requires property owners to clear their walkways so that EVERYONE has safe access throughout the City! Senior citizens, people with disabilities, parents with strollers, and mail carriers -just to name a few- struggle to negotiate hazardous walkways. We need to do our part to make our community safe and accessible for all.
Timing: Once snow has stopped falling, residents have twenty-four (24) hours to remove snow and ice from public sidewalks adjacent to their property. See the City announcement: coloradosprings.gov/neighborhood-services/page/snow-shoveling
Report A Problem: We encourage residents to work together to keep sidewalks clear for safe passage and to kindly remind neighbors with unshoveled sidewalks of the City's requirement. To report a problem, please contact 385-5977 to provide the address of an unshoveled sidewalk.
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.
Burn restrictions in Colorado Springs have been rescinded