Tonight’s testing has been canceled. If you heard sirens a short time ago it’s because a funnel cloud was spotted east of #Boulder however there is NO active threat in Boulder County at this time.
Boulder Strong Resource Center Chase Bank: 603 S. Broadway, Boulder Open: Tuesday – Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Anyone who needs mental health or emotional assistance can access services by visiting the resource center or by calling 303-217-0120.
This will be the final post from the Office of Emergency Management about the Boulder Shooting. Visit the City of Boulder’s website for more information and check Boulder Police Department’s Twitter feed for the latest updates. #BoulderStrong
The City of Boulder has made a variety of Boulder Strong graphics, social media resources, and printable yard signs and posters available to the community. The designs honor the victims of the March 22 tragedy. The graphics are available for free on the city's website and community members can use... read more →
A new, more long-term location has been established for the family assistance center to help people impacted by the March 22 tragedy in Boulder. The center, now called the Boulder Strong Resource Center, is located at the Chase Bank at 603 S. Broadway and opened to the public on March... read more →
There will be a public memorial service for Officer Eric Talley at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 30 at Flatirons Community Church, located at 355 W. South Boulder Road in Lafayette. Attendance will be limited due to COVID-19 restrictions, but the service will be broadcast live on local news stations and... read more →
Boulder County and the City of Boulder have put together lists of mental health resources to help community members in the wake of the March 22 tragedy in Boulder. The resources are available in English, Spanish and, in some cases, Bosnian. They cover topics like mental health, disaster support and... read more →
In response to the recent shooting, Boulder Public Library has put together a list of resources to help families process tragedies and acts of violence. Many adults struggle to come to terms with violence and how to process these events, and we also struggle to help our children navigate tragedy.... read more →
All City of Boulder buildings and facilities will be closed on Tuesday, March 30 to give city employees time to grieve and honor victims of the tragic shooting last week. All employees will have the day off except for those in essential roles that provide critical services, such as those... read more →
This is a challenging time for our community. Many resources are available for individuals who were present at King Soopers on Monday, know someone who was or were impacted by the tragic events. Anyone who needs mental or emotional support is welcome to the following resources: Call or text the... read more →