The El Paso County Disaster Recovery Center
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Located at the Citizen Service Center, 1675 Garden of the Gods Road
In response to the overwhelming needs of the citizens impacted by the Waldo Canyon Fire, El Paso County has established the El Paso County Disaster Recovery Center (DRC).
The Disaster Recovery Center is designed to bring together the resources of multiple non-profit and governmental agencies offering assistance to all El Paso County residents. The County has been working with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs and the Division of Emergency Management to provide this central location where residents can access services ranging from assistance in filing insurance claims to grief counseling and rebuilding as our community begins to work toward recovery from this tragic event.
Click here for a complete list of Organizations involved with the DRC and a description of what they are doing to help Waldo Canyon Fire victims.
Click here for a list of Links, Numbers and Information that can be helpful for those impacted by the Waldo Canyon Fire, or for those that want to help.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) available to help workers who lost their jobs, and self-employed individuals who are unable to work, recover from the effects of the Waldo Canyon wildfires. Read More.
Waldo Canyon Fire Information
El Paso County Sheriff’s Waldo Canyon Fire and Flood Information
Resources, Updates, Links and Information
Forest Service Incident Website
Updated USFS Information on the Waldo Canyon Fire, including maps.
City of Colorado Springs
Official Information for Colorado Springs Citizens
Keep track of updates, news, comments and photos