As of Friday, January 14, 2021, we are no longer actively using this platform (BoulderOEM.com) to provide the latest news on the Marshall Fire response. Please follow Boulder County Government channels for the latest updates following the Marshall Fire response and visit www.boco.org/MarshallFire.
Boulder County, City of Louisville, and the Town of Superior pages all have updated information for residents regarding the Marshall Fire. Be sure to check out the respective pages at:
Latest OEM Emergency Status Posts
- Jan. 13: Dumpsters available Friday and Saturday for spoiled food from households affected by Marshall Fire
- Jan. 12: New DAC Hours
- Jan. 11: Right of Entry forms now available for properties destroyed by the Marshall Fire
- Jan. 11: Small Business Administration low interest loans
- Jan. 10: How to Mitigate Post-Fire Smoke Impacts in Your Home
- Jan 7: What’s at the Disaster Assistance Center (DAC)?
- Jan 7: View the recording from Jan. 6 Marshall Fire community meeting
- Jan. 7: Statement from the family of Robert Sharpe
- Jan. 7: Replacement or temporary Medicare or drug plan cards
- Jan. 7: Concerned about debris management?
Disaster Assistance Center (NOW OPEN) and Ongoing Recovery Websites
The Boulder County Disaster Assistance Center, located at the Boulder County Southeast County Hub at 1755 South Public Road in Lafayette, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. Beginning January 15, 2022, DAC’s new hours beginning Saturday will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. DAC includes specialists from Boulder County Housing and Human Services, Public Health, Community Services and Community Planning & Permitting, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Mental Health Partners, many other area government and nonprofit organizations, and insurers on-site for residents impacted by the Marshall Fire.
Help Available at the Disaster Assistance Center includes:
- Consultation on property loss and filing claims for assistance
- Gift cards for replacement of food and transportation costs
- Information about short- and long-term housing
- Help with vital records
- Referrals to emergency shelter
- Food assistance
- Mental health services
- Transportation vouchers
- Referrals for personal finance planning
Please visit www.boco.org/MarshallFire and www.boco.org/MarshallFireEspanol to learn about the recovery process and find out about available resources for which they may qualify.
Boulder County Call Center – 303-413-7730
The Boulder County Call Center is currently open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On Friday, January 14, 2022, the Call Center will close at 4:30 p.m. and remain closed for the weekend.
The Call Center will reopen on Monday, January 17, 2022 (MLK Day) for the week with new hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Call Center will close permanently on Friday, January 21, 2022 at 3 p.m. for the Marshall Fire response.
* Note: This call line is for Boulder County residents and does not have information regarding fire impact for surrounding counties. The Call Center is taking all non-emergency questions about the fire. We appreciate your patience as we are receiving lots of calls. Please only dial 911 in an actual emergency.
Impacted Areas Map
If you want to see the impacted areas and to assess damages, the best source of information is the Public Information Map. You can type in your address and see the most updated damage assessments.
- Residents strongly discouraged against disturbing fire ash and debris in Marshall fire area
- Cleanup guidelines and safety tips for residents returning to their homes
Gas and Electric Information
Xcel Energy has the latest information about the company’s efforts to restore gas and electricity. Please visit their Marshall Fire updates website for the most current public information.
Comcast/Internet Service Restoration Information
Comcast has created a Marshall Fire update website for information about service reconnections.
Maps of Impacted Areas
Want to help?
We know our community’s heart is huge, and everyone wants to help. Please see our most recent blog post about Marshall Fire donations and resources center.
Victims most need money. While some families have gofundme accounts set up by friends, we cannot verify the authenticity of each of these, and we are concerned about fraud. The very best way to ensure victims receive funding, without tax implications, is to donate to www.coloradogives.org.
Can’t give money, but want to volunteer? There will be many needs in the months ahead. Please do not self-dispatch to disaster areas. Please registers at: https://coloradoresponds.communityos.org/. This state clearinghouse will strive to match volunteers with community and individual needs.
Donation information and tips to avoid a scam.
City of Louisville residents can find helpful information and sign up for alerts from the city at: https://www.louisvilleco.gov/living-in-louisville/residents/marshall-fire
Town of Superior residents can find helpful information at and sign up for alerts at: https://www.superiorcolorado.gov/community/marshall-fire-information
If you are looking for a missing animal from the fire area, please visit https://www.boulderhumane.org/lost-and-found/ for information about how to file a report of a missing animal report and/or see if your animal has been brought to the center.
Health and Safety Tips
Health officials have provided some important health and safety tips for individuals in or near fire areas.
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