Teller County Centennial Building - 112 N. "A" Street, Cripple Creek, CO 80813
Mailing Address: PO Box 959 Cripple
Creek, CO 80813
Don Angell - Director
Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update
Notice is hereby given that the Teller County Office of Emergency Management will accept proposals for update of a Multi-Jurisdictional
Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan.
Teller County Office of Emergency Management
112 North “A” Street, P.O. Box 959
Cripple Creek, CO 80813
Those interested in submitting a proposal may attend or conference call into a pre-proposal conference meeting to be held at the Teller County
Emergency Operations Center, 112 N. “A” Street, Cripple Creek, CO on January 23, 2020 from 2:00-3:00 P.M. MST. This will be the only
opportunity for individuals interested in submitting a proposal to clarify and meet with Teller County Hazard Mitigation Committee. Any and all
questions shall be collected and answered, one time at the meeting on January 23rd, 2020. Any answers shall be distributed to all that request a
copy of those answers by email after the January 23rd, 2020 meeting and prior to the January 27th 2020, bid deadline.
One (1) original and four (4) complete copies of the proposal, clearly marked “Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update” must be
received by the Teller County Administrator on or prior to January 27, 2020 5:00 p.m. (MST) with one electronic copy (PDF) of the proposal also
submitted to the Teller County Office of Emergency Management via email to angellD@co.teller.co.us. As soon as practical after the closing time,
the proposals shall be opened by the Teller County Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee (TCHMPC) and considered based on criteria outlined
within this document, see proposal evaluation. Proposals received after the closing time shall not be considered.
Proposal specifications are available from Patti Alberts at
email@example.com or by phone at (719) 687-8812.
The proposal shall be awarded by the Teller County Office of Emergency Management and Teller County Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee.
Proposers shall not be allowed to attend the award of proposal meeting. All proposers will be notified of the proposal results via email.
The Teller County Office of Emergency Management and the Teller
County Hazard Mitigation Committee reserves the right to reject any and
all proposals, to waive any informalities and minor irregularities in
proposals, and to accept the proposals deemed, in the opinion of the
Teller County Board of County Commissioners and the Office of Emergency
Management, to be in the best interest of the taxpayers of Teller County
VIEW BID DETAILS
The Teller County
Office of Emergency Management is committed to building and sustaining
professional, collaborative relationships with local, regional, state,
and federal agencies; community organizations and private sector
partners to reduce vulnerability to all-hazard emergency or disasters,
be they natural, man-made or acts of terrorism; and to coordinate with
all jurisdictions to prepare for, respond to, recover from and
mitigate all hazard incidents to ensure the protection of life,
property, and the health and safety of our citizens.
Are You Ready?
The Teller County Office of Emergency Management encourages citizens to take steps toward preparing themselves and
their families for emergencies. The Teller County Emergency Preparedness Guide
“When Disaster Strikes Home” is a comprehensive guide for citizens, with information on preparing for natural, man-made and acts of terrorism emergencies
and disasters events.
Below are some other helpful links to valuable emergency and disaster preparedness information and resources:
When Disaster Strikes Home
Ready Your Business - Emergency Planning
Ready, Set, Go! Wildland Fire Preparedness Program
72-hour Emergency Kits
◦ American Red Cross
Our Nation was dramatically changed following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. These attacks required our country to refocus on the threat
environments that our Nation faced to include not only the traditional spectrum of manmade and natural hazards – fires, floods, storms, hazardous material
releases, pandemics, drought and disruptions to energy and information technology infrastructure – but also the deadly and devastating terrorist arsenal of
chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive weapons.
Following Presidential Directives and Federal Homeland Security doctrine, in August 2003 by Executive Order, the Governor of Colorado established nine (9)
Homeland Security Regions within the State. Teller County is part of the South Central All Hazards Homeland Security Region that includes El Paso, Park,
Chaffee and Lake Counties. These creation of the regions was completed to foster the development of professional relationships, and establishment of
partnerships among local, county, district and state emergency response agencies; non-profit and community organizations, and private business to enhance
resources and capabilities to prepare, prevent, respond and recover for all hazard disaster or emergency incidents.
For more information, please go to
South Central All Hazards Homeland Security Region.