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   2022 Colorado Emergency Management Conference

The Colorado Emergency Management Association (CEMA) and the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) are excited to announce that plans have begun for the 2022 Colorado Emergency Management (COEM) Conference.

The Conference Planning team has secured the following for the 2022 COEM Conference.
Please save the date and add to your calendar:

Location: Embassy Suites, Loveland, Colorado
Dates: February 22 - 25, 2022

Information to be posted and as well as the conference mobile app.

Attendee Registrations:  OPEN!

2022 COEM Conference - Attendee Information Page

    Scholarship Opportunities:  CLOSED!

2022 COEM Conference - Scholarship Opportunity Info

CEMA Awards for 2021 Accomplishments:  OPEN!

CEMA Awards for 2021 Achievements

*New!*  UPDATES  *New!*


Wednesday, December 22, 2021  (Revised)

  • DHSEM-Funded EMPG Room Requests - Questionnaire Response
  • Speaker Room Requests - Questionnaire Response

Friday, January 14, 2022

  • Award Nominations

Tuesday, January 18, 2022  (Revised)

  • “Early Bird” Registration Ends

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

  • Conference Registration Closes
  • Cancellation Requests Close
  • Special Needs Requests Close

The 2022 COEM Conference Speaker Committee has been working hard and have chosen most of the presentations that will be available at the conference.  The 2022 COEM Conference Agenda  is available for your review.  But please remember this is a DRAFT and could / will be changed over the next couple of months. For any questions for the Speaker Committee, please contact Co-Chair Merrie Garner at

        2022 COEM Conference Agenda - Revision: 12/20/2021                     

Every year at the Colorado Emergency Management Conference, CEMA holds elections for 2 of its 5 Board Members, per the Associations bylaws.  This year the President and Treasurer positions are up for election.  To assist in the process, please go to the 2022 CEMA Board Elections Page, where you can find information on how to submit your intent to run for office, or to see information on all of those who have submitted their intent to run for office.  

                2022 CEMA - Board Elections              


All those wishing to run for one of the open positions must submit a letter of intent, no later than Tuesday, December 28, 2021 to the current Recorder, Dana Reynolds at

         6046 East Crossroads Blvd, Loveland, CO  80538 
          (970) 667-5440
          6092 East Crossroads Blvd, Loveland, CO  80538 
          (970) 663-0057

  - My Place Hotel Loveland
            3975 Peralta Dr., Loveland, CO  80538 
(970) 685-4357

  - SpringHill Suites Loveland Fort Collins/Windsor
             6445 Crossroads Blvd, Windsor, CO  80550     
            (970) 795-8800
              (They have a small block of rooms reserved for our conference.)
           3915 Peralta Dr., Loveland, CO  80538   
           (970) 461-0011

  - Many others in the Loveland and Fort Collins area!

  - Call local number and ask for state / government rate.

Conference Sponsor & Exhibitor Information

Sponsors and Exhibitors are now able to register their company/agency for the 2022 COEM Conference.  The focus of the conference is to support and encourage the integration of preparedness and response efforts at the local and state levels.  The participation and support of our exhibitors and sponsors is critical for a successful conference.  We definitely appreciate your attendance at our conference.

Conference Speaker Information
"Call for Speakers"
This is the official "Call for Speakers" for the 2022 Colorado Emergency Management (COEM) Conference, which is scheduled for February 22-25, 2022.  For those who wish to present in a "Breakout" and/or "COEM Talks" Session, please review the below documents and follow the instructions for submitting a proposal.
"Breakout" Speaker Submission Form
"COEM Talks" Submission

Welcome to the Colorado Emergency Management Association

CEMA is a professional association representing the emergency management community in Colorado. CEMA's role is to provide representation on many state-wide committees, working groups and emergency management program teams. Furthermore, CEMA serves as an advisory organization to governance bodies on emergency management issues. CEMA's other roles include managing the state certification programs, legislative monitoring, awards /recognition program and membership services.

 Colorado Certified Emergency Manager
(CEM/AEM) Program 

CO-CEM / CO-AEM Certification

 Colorado EOC Position Task Book
 Certification Program 

CO-EOC Position Task Book Certification