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CodeRED Emergency Notification System
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Emergency Communiction Notification System

Otero County and the Town of Fowler have instituted the CodeRED Emergency Notification System - an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications. This system allows us to telephone all or targeted areas in case of an emergency situation that requires immediate action (such as severe weather, flooding or other emergency situations).

THIS SYSTEM WILL ONLY BE USED FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES.

Get Instant Notification ~ Click Here to Add Your Name to the System Today!

Sustainable Cities Award

The Town of Fowler has been choosen to receive the Sustainable Cities Award at the 12th Wirth Chair Awards Luncheon celebrating Sustainable Synergies.

The projects include improving pedestrian safety at the major intersection downtown, and installing seven solar panel arrays to reduce the cost of municipal energy payments by $20,000 in the first year.

Click here to view Sustainability Award Letter


Click here to See Colorado Municipal League's "Community Powered" article




Governor Bill Ritter talks energy in Fowler

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Fowler gets governor's attention
By JAMES AMOS
NewsFirst5.com
Thursday Nov 18, 2010

Sitting about a half hour east of Pueblo, Fowler already has a pretty nice Main Street. But in a little while, the 1,200-person town will have a lot nicer one. On the drawing board is a plan to help merchants fix up their storefronts, and renovate the Main Street area...

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Fowler diving headfirst into renewable energy
By Mark Jaffe
reprinted from The Denver Post
Sun Apr 18, 2010

FOWLER — Like many a town on the Eastern Plains, this farming community has seen better days, but now it has a new plan. It is going to disappear — from the electric grid.

If all the town's plans — and there are many — come to pass, Fowler will generate its own electricity...

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