On Dec. 30, 2021 the most destructive wildfire in Colorado’s history destroyed more than 1,000 homes in Boulder County. Stay up to date on news, resources, recovery tips and ways to help.
- Feds pony up another $1.5M for Marshall Fire recovery
- Colorado wildfires are making it harder to insure homes. Could a publicly funded plan stave off an insurance crisis?
- Judge allows lawsuit blaming Xcel Energy for Marshall fire to move forward
- Conscious Alliance serves Thanksgiving feasts to Marshall Fire families
- Coal Creek Community Chorus honors Marshall Fire survivors with ‘A Spark’
- Westminster woman collects handmade Christmas ornaments for Marshall fire families
- Marshall fire losses now expected to exceed $2 billion — making it the 10th costliest wildfire in U.S. history
- Impact on Education partners with Target to donate school supplies to educators
- Colorado to directly administer Marshall Fire recovery funds
- Louisville Marshall Fire Recovery Center to host community open house and ribbon cutting
The Boulder Area Rental Housing Association and Boulder-Longmont Realtor® Association (BOLO Realtors®) have created a centralized portal, MarshallFireHousing.com, to help those impacted by the fire to help find short and long-term rental housing.
Many in our Boulder County community now need to rebuild their beloved home so that their stories can once again be filled with joy. Today we join in that effort by sharing newly released guidance on what to do and what not to do in the days that follow a fire.
Boulder County and Colorado State University Extension Boulder County are available to help affected homeowners with the recovery process.