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If you are a property owner within the GHAVFD service area we would like to keep you informed via email for flood recovery progress, newsletters, fire restriction notices, evacuation information, and other relative information regarding this fire department and the community of Glen Haven.  Be sure we have your e-mail address in order for us to include you in all future electronic communications.

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News & Announcements

Emergency Notification
Thursday, March 20, 2014

Many Glen Haven area residents are familiar with LETA (Larimer Emergency Telephone Authority).  They registered with LETA last year - primarily to receive notification of a forest fire.  Little did they realize it also works for floods.  Registered members received a call at 5:30 am on Sept 12th notifying them that County Road 43 was closed due to flooding.  It wasn't until several hours later the real damage came.

If you haven't registered your phone devices with LETA, we encourage you to do so - NOW.  There is no cost for this service and the information you enter is protected.

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Septic System Repair
Thursday, February 20, 2014

Guidance for Repair of Flood Damaged Septic Systems

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Newsletters
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
A repository of the Board of Directors Newsletters read more ...

Help Repair Our Roads and Bridges
Thursday, January 2, 2014
The flood of September 2013 caused extreme devastation to the quaint mountain town of Glen Haven, Colorado.  The aftermath left over 150 residents separated from their homes.  Please help us rebuild their roads and bridges so they can go back home!

To make an online donation visit:
YouCaring

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