Notice of Tuesday, June 9, Tornado/Flood Damage Disaster Assistance (Boulder and Larimer Counties)

Tornado/Flood Damage Disaster Assistance (Boulder and Larimer Counties)

Residents of Larimer County who were impacted by severe weather (tornadoes and flooding) on Thursday, June 4 are invited to apply for assistance at the Larimer County Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) on Tuesday, June 9, from 6-8 p.m. in Berthoud (details below).

Boulder County will have flood recovery staff available at the Berthoud center on Tuesday night to address questions of damage to Boulder County residential homes and property.

If your home or property in unincorporated Boulder County was impacted by flooding, wind, or other damage as a result of recent storms, please contact the Boulder County Flood Rebuilding & Permit Information Center at 303-441-1705 or by email to: gro.y1537375793tnuoc1537375793redlu1537375793ob@yr1537375793evoce1537375793rdool1537375793f1537375793 to report or to ask questions about damage to your property (repair or other).

From Larimer County Office of Emergency Management:

Multiple residents from Larimer and Boulder Counties were affected by the tornado that touched down near Berthoud and the flooding from torrential rains along the Little Thompson River last Thursday evening.

A Disaster Assistance Center will be available to those affected by these recent events on Tuesday, June 9th from 6pm to 8pm at the Berthoud Community Center, 248 Welch Avenue, Berthoud CO.

Personnel from county departments, state agencies, and many non-governmental partners will be available to answer questions and provide assistance. This will include assistance for needs related to building and repairs, insurance, clean-up, financial assistance and more. The meeting will begin with a brief synopsis of the event, including storm information and the damage path, and will follow with short introductions by the agencies present. The remainder of the meeting will be open for community members to ask individual questions and get referrals for ongoing assistance.

Please pass this information along to those who were affected by the recent storms. For questions or concerns, please contact Lori Hodges, Larimer County Director of Emergency Management at (303) 656-3214 or by email at su.oc1537375793.remi1537375793ral.o1537375793c@rls1537375793egdoh1537375793.