Marshall Fire Information and Additional Resources
This page is to help you navigate the best course for you and your family during this extraordinarily challenging time.
Boulder County Fire Victim Application For Disaster Relief
A $2 million grant from the REALTORS® Relief Foundation to be distributed to victims of the December 2021 fires that ravaged Boulder County, destroying more than 1,000 residential properties.
Encourage clients and those you may know who were renting in the affected areas and are now displaced to apply for aid. The funds available are for those who were displaced from their primary residence regardless of whether they were owners or renters. We can even help those who were homeowners and lost their home but no longer had a mortgage – we can help with rental relief if they enter into a lease for a home while they rebuild (or even while they decide whether to rebuild or not).
Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Updates
FEMA Disaster Assistance Link – this link is provided for individuals/families to better understand where to start in the assistance process as well as applying for assistance.
Residents and business owners who sustained losses in the designated counties can begin applying for assistance tomorrow by registering online at http://www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired. The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) seven days a week until further notice.
Boulder County Government Updates
- May 25 - Opportunities for input on including Accessory Dwellings as part of Marshall Fire rebuilding in Unincorporated Boulder County
- High-performance home building support now available for Marshall Fire-impacted residents
- Potential curbside collection round 2 for Marshall Fire-related household debris - Feedback request
- Hydro-mulch work underway on properties destroyed by the Marshall Fire
- Marshall Fire Financial Help Expanded to Those with Smoke and Ash Damage, Business Impacts
- County Commissioners select recommended contractor for debris cleanup program
- FAQs from January 19, 2022 Boulder County Rebuilding Community Meeting
- New Rebuilding Information Available for Marshall Fire-Impacted Residents in Unincorporated Boulder County - Rebuilding handout and FAQs from the January 19, 2022 Community Meeting on Rebuilding are now available online.
Property owners should opt-in or out of the Debris Removal Program using this form
Complete a Right of Entry (ROE) form
Marshall Fire Debris Removal Program FAQs
Marshall Fire Debris Removal Program information
Phase 2b of curbside debris removal of smoke and wind-damaged household items scheduled to start Jan. 30
Marshall Fire Financial Assistance Expanding to Help Cover Loss of Work
Anyone who lost wages or tools of their trade due to the Marshall Fire may now be eligible for Wildfire Fund financial help via partnership between Boulder County and Community Foundation Boulder County
Boulder County Disaster Assistance Center Closing Saturday, Jan. 22
Some federal and state operations to remain; local disaster assistance shifting to longer-term recovery, online wervices, and targeted help
Boulder Office of Emergency Management
How to Help
BOLO REALTORS is collecting funds for short and long-term housing needs for those affected by the Marshall Fires.
A Colorado Housing Development Blueprint for Transformational Change
1/21/2022 Marshall Fire Webinar
Short & Long-term Rental Listing Sign-up
Do you have an available house or condo for rent that you would like to share with families who have been impacted by the Marshall Fire?
Please post information about your rental on this form.
This form will feed the list currently housed on the Boulder Area Rental Housing Association (BARHA) website.
All information will be vetted so please take care to provide valid details and contact information.