Colorado Inclusive Emergency Alerting Systems Report

We Want to Hear From You

New Research on Building Inclusive Emergency Alert Systems in Colorado is Now Available!

We need your help to turn these research findings into action! Your input is vital to ensure all Coloradans receive alerts during emergencies. We are interested in hearing from emergency response professionals, researchers, government agency representatives, advocacy groups, engaged citizens, and more. How to get involved:

Review the Draft Report

Download and review the draft report.

Provide Written Feedback

After you review the report in full or attend a virtual meeting, submit your comments. Comments must be received by December 20, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. MST.

Watch a Virtual Meeting

The meeting is also available in American Sign Language or dubbed in Spanish.

Together, we can ensure that emergency alerting systems in Colorado meet the needs of all residents. Please share this opportunity with your networks. We appreciate your help!

If you would like to learn more about the study, please visit the research project page. If you have questions, please contact the project lead, Carson MacPherson-Krutsky at

This work is being led by the Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado Boulder, as directed by House Bill 23-1237. See project page for more details.