Emergency Management

Mission Statement
The mission of the Office of Emergency Management is to:

  • Develop a program to prepare for, respond to, and recover from large-scale emergencies in Park County
  • Educate the public about emergency response and mitigation strategies in order to save lives and property
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Hazard Mitigation Plan

Emergency Operations Plan

COVID-19

The Park County Office of Emergency Management is working closely with Park County Public Health to monitor the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak.

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Contact Us

  1. Gene Stanley

    Emergency Manager
    Email

    911 Clark Street
    P.O. Box 1373
    Fairplay, CO 80440

    Phone: 719-836-4372
    Fax: 719-836-3273

    Hours

    Monday - Thursday
    7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

  1. Park County Sheriff Eases Fire Restrictions Due to Winter Weather

    Due to winter weather conditions, Park County Sheriff Tom McGraw has lifted the Stage 2 Burn Ban in Park County and removed all fire restrictions. Southern Park County Fire Protection District continues to have a local Burn Ban in place. Read on...
  2. May 14, 2022 Update on High Park Fire

    The Teller County Sheriff's Office and Bureau of Land Management Rocky Mountain District Fire issued an update on the High Park Fire this morning. Read on...
  3. Update on High Park Fire in Teller County and Park County Fire Warnings

    An update on the High Park Fire burning in Teller County, and a Red Flag Warning and Stage 2 Burn Ban are in effect in Park County. Read on...
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