Colorado Resiliency Office


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The Department of Local Affairs' Resiliency Office (CRO) supports and helps empower Colorado communities in building stronger, safer and more resilient in the face of natural disasters and other major challenges. The CRO coordinates overarching recovery and resiliency activities by collaborating with numerous multi-disciplinary local, state, federal, and private partners in setting priorities, leveraging resources, communicating transparently and delivering measurable results to shape an adaptable and vibrant future.

Learn more about our Colorado Resiliency Office, about Colorado's resiliency story, and get "understand, plan, and act" information and find helpful resources.
The Colorado Office of Policy, Research and Regulatory Reform is currently conducting a sunset review of the Colorado Resiliency Office.  Analysis is performed to determine if the Office is necessary and should be continued, modified, or repealed.  To provide input on this review, please visit COPRRR's website.

CRO Newsletter

The monthly newsletter will be a resource for our partners and Colorado communities to stay informed about state and local resiliency efforts, as well as the latest resiliency trends and resources from around the country.



Staff Contact Information:

Anne Miller, Colorado Resiliency Office Director
Marguerite Harden, Local Resiliency Manager

Kate Guibert, Rural Prosperity Manager