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.
Help Colorado Now: www.helpcoloradonow.org
Care and Share
Food donations cannot be brought directly to Care and Share at 2605 Preamble Point. Other items to donate call: 719-444-8300.
Pikes Peak Community Foundation
The Pikes Peak Community Foundation in Woodland Park has established the Waldo Canyon Firefighters Fund: www.ppcf.org
Pikes Peak Firefighter’s Association www.pikespeakfire.org or email@example.com
*Do not bring donations to the DRC!
The Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs: has a list of companies that can assist you with your immediate needs of rebuiling or repairing your home. Click here for the HBA website.
The Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado can help you with avoid scams as you beging to rebuild your home. http://southerncolorado.bbb.org/
QUESTIONS REGARDING UTILITIES
Residents with questions can call Colorado Springs Utilities at 719-448-4800 or visit www.csu.org. The website has good information regarding recovery and restoration for customers.
Colorado Division of Insurance
The Colorado Division of Insurance has a website devoted to helping residents begin to deal with insurance issues after a disaster.
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
Pikes Peak Regional Building has initiated field operations to facilitate rapid response for citizens in the impacted areas to receive inspections, permits and other services from Regional Building. Follow this link for more information on PPRBD services and procedures:
PPRBD's primary phone number is 719-327-2880. Our Website address is www.pprbd.org and both documents referred to above are available on that site.
US Post Office
Customers who’s homes have been impacted by the fire can file a change of address Electronic change of addresses can be filed online at http://www.usps.com or by calling 1-800-ASK-USPS. (1-800-275-8777). Change of Address forms are also available at area Post Offices.
Postal officials are advising evacuees to file a change of address even if they are going to be at their current temporary location for a brief time. They will be able to file additional changes as they move to longer term locations.
If you need a safe and secure delivery point, consider renting a Post Office Box, available at all area Post Offices.
Waldo Canyon Fire Evacuees
Faith Based Connection for people needing help, places to stay, animal boarding, clothes, etc.
El Pomar Foundation / Waldo Canyon Fire Victim Assistance Fund
El Pomar Foundation announced it has designated $2.5 million in funding to support human service providers and first responders involved with Colorado’s wildfire outbreak. Included in the funding is $100,000 to establish the Waldo Canyon Fire Victim Assistance Fund, which will be administered by Pikes Peak United Way. Pikes Peak United Way will accept donations from community members looking to support families and individuals affected by the Waldo Canyon fire. http://www.elpomar.org/news/242
Donors can send contributions to: Pikes Peak United Way, Attn: Waldo Canyon Fire Victim Assistance Fund, 518 N. Nevada Avenue, 80903.
~ Norris Penrose Equestrian Center has room for 50 horses (as of 6/27) and feed on site
~ Latigo Trails 13710 Halleluiah Trl, Elbert CO room for 100 horses (as of 6/27) must supply own feed. Call Bob Harrison 719-351-7344
~ Douglas County Fairgrounds can take horses, bring feed if possible. Camping hookups available. 500 Fairgrounds Road, Castle Rock. 303-663-7738 or 303-663-7743
Non-Emergency Phone Numbers
~ Colorado Springs Police 444-7000
~ Manitou Springs Police 685-5407
~ El Paso County Sheriff 390-5555
~ Pikes Peak United Way Service Requests 955-0742
~ Free Financial Coaching at New Life Church 265-03182
~ Woodland Park Police 687-9262
~ Teller County PIO Land Line 719-687-8812
~ Tips RE: Cause, Forest Service 719-477-4205
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|List of Cleaning Services
|Source: Southern Colorado Better Business Bureau (www.southerncoloradobbb.org)|
|Date: Information pulled July 2, 2012
|Fire Damage Restoration Companies
|1-800-Water Damage - Colorado Springs
|A Cleanmaster Services
|American Water Damage LLC
|Black Label Restoration & Cleaning
|DSi Professional Restoration
|First General Services of Colorado Springs
|Paul Davis Restoration of Southern Colorado
|Peacemaker Builders Inc
|Property Restoration Solutions LLC
|Top Gun Cleaning and Restoration Inc
|House Cleaning Companies
|Aim Higher Cleaning Service LLC
|All About Cleaning Services, LLC
|Carpet Care Professionals
|Citrus Clean Housecleaning
|Colorado Springs House Cleaning Service
|Commercial Cleaning Contractor Inc
|Double G Carpet Care Specialist LLC
|Excel Serve Plus
||Woodland Park CO|
|Heavenly Hands Cleanign Services of CO
|J B Janitorial
|Key People Company INC
|Maids Home Services
|Milly's Cleaning Service
|Noriko's House Cleaning
|Perfect Care at Home LLC
|Personal Touch Maid Service LLC
|ProCare Home and Pet Service LLC
|Scrubbin Buddies Cleaning Service
|Shumak Clean LLC
|Smelling Like Roses
|Spectrum Home Services Of Colorado Springs
|Air Duct Cleaning
|Advance Clean Ducts Inc
|Ambassador Air Duct Cleanign Service
|Century Home Services
|Fiber Bright Total Carpet Care
|Steamatic Of Colorado Springs
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