We are launching an internet-based survey for survivors of the Colorado 2013 floods living in or near Boulder, Longmont, Lyons or Estes Park. We are interested in the impact of the floods on community member well-being and hope that results will contribute to future disaster preparedness and recovery efforts.
Anyone who is age 18 or over and was living in or near these areas when the floods occurred is eligible. The survey is available in English and Spanish through the link below. $5 worth of useful goods will be donated to charities involved in flood relief for each survey participant.We are requesting your support in spreading the word about this survey. Please consider posting and/or forwarding this information.
We have provided descriptive text and a link to the survey below for use on websites or dissemination through email. We have also provided English and Spanish language flyers (attached).
Were you affected by the 2013 Colorado floods? We need your help to understand the needs of flood survivors and to inform future disaster preparedness and recovery efforts. For each survey participant, $5 worth of useful goods will be donated to local charities involved in flood relief. If you are an adult living in or near Boulder, Longmont, Lyon or Estes Park please take this brief online survey:
CLICK HERE (OR LINK BELOW) TO TAKE THE SURVEY
If you have any questions or concerns please contact:
Courtney Welton-Mitchell: CourtneyMitchell13@gmail.com, 720-234-0909 or
Leah James, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For inquiries in Spanish contact: RoseMarie Perez Foster: email@example.com
Thank you for your time and consideration,
Courtney Welton-Mitchell, Leah James, and RoseMarie Perez-Foster
Natural Hazards Center
Environment and Society, Institute of Behavioral Science
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO