|Number of Members:||Three (for Douglas County)|
|Term Length:||Two years|
|Appointment Process:||Three individuals per county|
|Description:||Intergovernmental Agreement among the counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas and Elbert, and the City and County of Denver to establish a multi-county regional emergency medical and trauma advisory council known as the Mile-High RETAC.|
|Meets:||Every other month, 3rd Thursday at 11:00 a.m.|
|Staff contact:||Tim Johnson 303.660.7500|
|Jason Butts||January 2016|
|Burt Katubig||January 2015|
|Jackie Fitch||January 2016|
The Douglas County Office of Emergency Management is the main hub for the coordination of disaster management and training; homeland security; emergency preparedness and education; multi-agency cooperation; and emergency medical and trauma system coordination within the County. The County works in cooperation with other agencies including the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Tri-County Health, Public Works, and various municipal and district Fire/Rescue and Police Departments.
The Mile-High Regional Emergency Medical and Trauma Advisory Council (otherwise known as RETAC) is the representative body for Adams County, Arapahoe County, the City and County of Broomfield, the City and County of Denver, Douglas County, and Elbert County. This RETAC is organized and authorized by the Statewide Trauma Care System Act codified at Part VII, Title 25, of the Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended.
If you have questions about a particular board, committee or commission, please contact the staff person listed or you may also call the Commissioners’ Office at 303.660.7401.
- Application for Appointment for Citizen Advisory Boards - If you are interested in applying for one of the advisory boards, please complete this online form. It will be submitted to staff for review.
- Boards, Commissions and Committees Code of Conduct
- Douglas County Volunteer Connect - Volunteer Connect of Douglas County, Colorado is a community resource provided by the Partnership of Douglas County Governments. The purpose of this site is to bring organizations in need of volunteers in touch with the individuals in our community who are looking for ways to help. The Volunteer Connect website is designed as a “one-stop shop” for volunteers to search and sign up for opportunities that match their area of interest, location and schedule.