Winter Storm Xylia: Staying Safe and Connected

The safety of our employees is a top priority for GDIT. We are monitoring the winter storm in Northeastern Colorado and its impact to our employees, customers and operations.

In the wake of the storm, employees should put safety first when determining whether it is safe to commute to or from work. Please follow the direction of local authorities and check this site for updates.

Winter Storm Preparation, State Emergency & Shelter Information

Colorado Winter Storm Resources

Open Shelters
Black Forest Fire & Rescue
11445 Teachout Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80908

Embassy Suites Conference Center
4075 Clydesdale Parkway
Loveland, CO 80538

To find a safe place to stay, listen to local officials for evacuation guidance or call 211. You can also visit or view open shelters through the Red Cross Emergency app.

Email Your Status

We want to account for the safety of our employees in the affected area. Contact your manager as soon as reasonably possible to report your status. If you can’t reach your manager, contact the emergency response email at

Resolve 365 Employee Assistance Program

Please remember an Employee Assistance Program is also available for your use. Resolve 365 can assist with resources to support you and your family during and after the storm. Resources include winter storm preparation and recovery information, referrals, and assistance with the following:

  • State and national relief organizations
  • Relocation and housing
  • Disaster recovery companies (that assist with home repair from flooding, etc.)
  • Resources for food, clothing and shelter
  • Home inspectors
  • Coping with crisis

Resolve365/Beacon Health Options