The Office of Emergency Management works closely with partners from all sectors to develop comprehensive emergency plans. Individual plans are developed as part of a larger system of inter-related plans at the local, state and federal levels.
Emergency Operations Plan (EOP):
The Boulder Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) describes the structure and guidelines for managing major emergency or disasters impacting Boulder County.
Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan:
Boulder County’s Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan identifies the hazards that threaten our communities, evaluates the risks from those hazards, and outlines a strategy to reduce or eliminate that risk. The state and federal governments require communities to complete a hazard mitigation plan and update it every five years in order to be eligible for certain types of disaster assistance and recovery funding.
The Boulder Recovery Plan describes the concepts and principles for an effective and coordinated recovery that leverages local resources and networks.
Boulder County Employee Emergency Procedures:
The Employee Emergency Procedures is designed to serve as a quick reference guide for Boulder County employees.