READYColorado

READYColorado Program

READYColorado is Colorado's official source for homeland security and all-hazards preparedness information. This campaign is supported by numerous public and private partners and managed by the DHSEM Strategic Communications team.

READYColorado began as a project funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) program known as the Denver Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI).  Using a regional approach, UASI unites many metro area cities, emergency response agencies, and private partners together to enhance preparedness and response capabilities. The campaign transitioned to the State of Colorado in 2011 and is currently managed by the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) within the Colorado Department of Public Safety (CDPS). 

Colorado is a beautiful state but not immune to hazards brought on by nature and other sources. READYColorado is here to assist you to become better prepared regardless of your age, ability, or income. 

READYColorado Website

Visit the READYColorado website for specific informaton on Colorado hazards.readycolorado website image

Preparedness Factsheets

The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has created a series of preparedness bulletins focusing on the many hazards that Coloradans face. Check out the documents below to see how you can become better prepared for hazards ranging from solar flares to snow storms. 

Looking for another topic? Check back often as we are continuing to add new material. If you have a topic suggestion, or are looking for more information on any of the topics listed below, contact us.

Additional preparedness resources and tools can be found at READYColorado.com and Ready.gov