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1 - Fire, medical, and all other emergencies

Dial 911 first!

If it's a fire, explain that you are in the Lyons Fire Protection District (especially if you live in Larimer County).

If you are calling from a cell phone, you may reach dispatch in another county. Be sure to tell them where you are calling from.

Provide:

  • The location of the fire or emergency.
  • Your name, address and phone number.
     

2 - Emergency Notification System (ENS)

Sign up!

Everyone can sign up to receive messages about imminent threats and hazards. It takes just a couple of minutes, and you can choose how you want to receive the info: landline, mobile, text, etc.

Boulder County: www.boco911alert.com/

Larimer County: www.larimer.org/emergency/
 

3 - Other emergency info

And some important non-emergency info.

3.1 - Other emergency numbers
3.2 - Emergency information
3.3 - Evacuation assistance & shelters
3.4 - Animals
3.5 - Radio/TV Emergency Alert System (EAS)
3.6 - Audio and visual emergency signaling

3.1 - Other emergency numbers

Boulder County Sheriff - 24 hour dispatch (call if 911 not working)
(303) 441-4444

Lyons Fire Protection District
(303) 823-6611

Larimer County Sheriff - 24 hour dispatch
1 (970) 416-1985

Rocky Mountain Poison Center
1 (800) 222-1222

Red Cross - 24-Hour Hot Line
(303) 722-7474

3.2 - Emergency information

Boulder County Office of Emergency Management
www.boulderoem.com/emergency-status

Boulder County Evacuation Information
(if evacuation in progress)
(303) 441-4300

Larimer County First Call
(information during disasters)
211

Larimer County Emergency Information Line
1 (970) 498-5500

Larimer County Emergency Website
www.larimer.org/emergency

3.3 - Evacuation assistance & shelters

Boulder County Sheriff - 24 hour dispatch
(303) 441-4444

Larimer County Sheriff - 24 hour dispatch
(970) 416-1985

American Red Cross - Mile High Chapter
(303) 722-7474
http://www.redcross.org/co/denver

3. 4 - Animals

Animal Disaster Response and Resources
Including Emergency Evacuation Assistance
Code 3 Associates Nonprofit
http://code3associates.org/disaster-response/

Aspen Meadows Veterinary Specialists
(303) 678-8844 or (303) 678-8855
104 South Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501
www.aspenmeadowvet.com/

Boulder County Animal Control
(303) 441-4444 (Boulder County Sheriff)
http://www.bouldercounty.org/safety/animals/pages/animalcontrol.aspx

Boulder County Emergency Evacuation Info for Horses
Boulder County Horse Association
http://www.boulderhorse.org/resources/
Evacuation Tips for Emergency Personnel (PDF)

Boulder Emergency Pet Clinic
(303) 440-7722
1658 30th Street, Boulder, CO 80301
(in Sunrise Center near King Soopers)
www.emergencypetclinics.com/home.html

Colorado Parks and Wildlife
During normal office hours: (303) 291-7227
After hours: (303) 293-4501
(Dispatched through Colorado State Patrol)
cpw.state.co.us/

Humane Society of Boulder Valley
(303) 442-4030
2323 55th St., Boulder, CO 80301
boulderhumane.org/

Larimer County Humane Society
(970) 226-3647

Longmont Humane Society
(303) 772-1232
9595 Nelson Rd., Longmont, CO 80501
www.LongmontHumane.org

3.5 - Radio/TV Emergency Alert System (EAS)

In an emergency, the following radio and TV stations will carry Emergency Alert System information.

Boulder Radio EAS Stations
  KGNU (FM)    88.5   (303) 449-4885
  KBCO (FM)    97.3   (303) 444-5600
  KVCU (AM)  1190     (303) 444-5600
  KCFR (AM)  1490     (303) 444-1490

Longmont Radio EAS Stations
  KGUD (FM)    90.7   (303) 776-4896
  KRCN (AM)  1060     (303) 776-2323

State of Colorado Radio EAS Primary Stations
  KYGO (FM)    98.5   (303) 321-0950
  KOA  (AM)   850     (303) 713-8000

Denver Area TV EAS Stations
  KWGN (CH 2)         (303) 740-2222
  KCNC (CH 4)         (303) 861-4444
  KMGH (CH 7)         (303) 832-7777
  KUSA (CH 9)         (303) 871-9999

3.6 - Audio and visual emergency signaling

To notify neighbors that you need immediate emergency assistance, here are some accepted signals:

  • 3 long blasts on a car horn
  • 3 whistle blows
  • 3 gunshots in rapid succession
  • A red flag on an automobile

NOTE: A continuous car horn can be an indication of an automobile accident and should be investigated



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