Gold Hill Community Resilience Survey
Resilience. It may not be something that you think of on a day-to-day basis, but when a disruption occurs, it can make all the difference both during and after an event. Many of us live in the Gold Hill because we like the independence from the city. Being independent mountain folk also requires us to be resilient, both individually and as a community. BoCo Strong, a Boulder County Non-Profit, has created a resilience pilot program to help a few Boulder County communities become more resilient. Gold Hill has been chosen to participate. The survey below was created by 3 of your neighbors in the Gold Hill Community to help them better understand the stressors and potential disruptions that our community is or is not prepared for. If you have a few minutes, we would appreciate the feedback.


What are the first three words or phrases that come to mind when you think about being highly resilient?
Your answer
When you think about a disruption affecting the whole community, which 3 of the disruptions below concern you the most?
On a scale of 1 to 5 where 5 is the most prepared, how prepared are you for dealing with a disruption that might last as long as 5 days?
Not at all prepared
Most Prepared
On a scale of 1 to 5 where 5 is the most prepared, how prepared are you for dealing with a disruption that might last as long as 1 month?
Not at all prepared
Most Prepared
What type of disruption are you least prepared to deal with?
Your answer
What skill sets or tools do you have that you would be willing to offer to your neighbors and community if a disruption occurred?
first aid skills, counseling, animal care, child care, sewing, handy man work, brute strength, tools, leadership, etc...
Your answer
Do you intend to continue to live here as you age?
What types of services or community connections are missing now that would allow you to age in place as long as possible?
Your answer
How do you most like to socialize with your neighbors?
Knock on their door, MMM, Gold Hill Club, A Visit to the Museum, Coffee at the General Store, Sunday afternoons at the Inn, Etc.
Your answer
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