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Public Comment Open: Colorado Resiliency Framework Update

The Department of Local Affairs Colorado Resiliency Office has a draft of its 5-year update to the Colorado Resiliency Framework available for public comment. This draft represents months of hard work and input from stakeholders from all across Colorado. The new strategies for the State to implement over the next five years are those that will have the biggest impact in addressing Colorado's long-term resiliency to current and future risks and vulnerabilities. The draft is available on the CRO's website, and there is a simple Google Form to provide feedback.The window for public comment closes at the end of the day on Monday, November 30.

In addition, the CRO is hosting a public meeting on Monday, November 23 from 6-7 PM if you would like to share your thoughts or ask any questions then. You can register for that meeting here

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to Rob Pressly (rob.pressly@state.co.us) or Shelby Sommer (ssommer@brendlegroup.com).

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