The city of Colorado Springs will release it’s comprehensive after action review of the Waldo Canyon fire sometime during the first week of April, said Cindy Aubrey, the city’s chief communications officer.
A specific date for the report’s release has not yet been finalized, Aubrey said in an email on Thursday. The report will be city-wide, encompassing Police and Fire Departments, as well as the Office of Emergency Management. The review is standard procedure, Aubrey said, and is not an investigation–instead, it will serve as a review of the city’s actions during the Waldo Canyon fire, which burned into the city and destroyed hundreds of homes in June.
The review was proceeded by the city’s Initial After Action Review, which was released in October. The initial review offered a short timeline of the city’s involvement in the fire–mostly when a firestorm pushed the fire into city limits on June 26.