2020 PCIMT Applications Are Due January 26, 2020

All current and prospective members of the Pitkin County IMT are required to submit an application and commitment letter no later than January 26, 2020, for the 2020 service year.

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Team Mission Statement

The mission of the PCIMT is to assist any jurisdiction confronted with an incident beyond its capabilities in either complexity or duration using standardized ICS practices and methodologies.

Join Our Team

Interested in joining the Pitkin County Incident Management Team? We'd love to talk to you.

Check out our latest Operating Manual and be sure to download our application & commitment letter.

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Who We Are

The Pitkin County Incident Management Team (PCIMT), under the direction of the Pitkin County Sheriff, was established to organize and support the local Incident Commander in the management of any local jurisdiction’s most serious, complex and costly incidents.  Incidents are managed in a safe and cost-effective manner with incident objectives, resource values, as well as social, environmental issues as a priority.  Our focus is to manage your incident so you can attend to your staff, your citizens and your family. All activities are conducted in a manner that ensures the safety of all personnel and the general public.

The PCIMT has managed numerous incidents in and around Pitkin County with great success. Most notably, the PCIMT was the initial incident management team on the 2018 Lake Christine Fire in Basalt, CO. Additionally, the PCIMT has managed the Winter XGames, an extreme winter sports event with over 115,000 attendees, and 120 public safety personnel to great acclaim.

 

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What next?

For more information about how we can support you when you need it most, click the button to the right. Be sure to include your contact info and a summary of the event/incident.