Contractor Connects

Contractor Connects is June 1 from 9 AM to Noon at Mora Elementary School. Residents can begin the rebuilding process and meet contractors at this event.
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Our Disaster Case Management team and the State’s Regulation and Licensing Department hosts Contractor Connects to connect residents impacted by the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon wildfires with licensed contractors in an effort to help residents begin the rebuilding process and avoid contractor fraud.

This event is free, and open to the public. Residents do not need to register to attend this event.

Contractor registation is now closed. Please keep an eye out for future events. 

Resources for Residents

Contractor Connects Goal Sheet

Use this Goal Sheet to identify your primary rebuilding and repair work that you need now or long-term. 

Contractor Connects Request for Proposal (RFP)

This form is for residents to fill out and give to the contractor you have connected with. Remember, one form per contractor!

Contractor Fraud Prevention Pamphlet

If you suspect contractor fraud, there are resources that can help.

HPCC Claims Process 

Use this guide to navigate the FEMA Claims process.

Acequia Task Force Pamphlet

The mission of the Acequia Task Force is to provide the funding and help you need to clean and repair your acequia.

Hazard Tree Removal, Firewood, and Reforestation

Agencies are working together to provide help. Learn how you can receive assistance.

Do you need support with your recovery from wildfires and floods?

State Disaster Case Managers are a single point of contact to help people affected by wildfires recover. Our services are free and put you and your needs first.

We can help you choose and apply for open local, state, and federal programs, for…
• Firewood
• Debris removal
• Home repair/reconstruction
• Well and septic testing/repair
• And more!

Call our Disaster Case Managers at 505-670-4662.