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Learn more about ways to help or how to receive help from the devastating fires that happened on Dec. 30th in our neighboring communities. Read More

Resources for those looking to help and support our neighboring communities


On December 30, 2021, devastating fires broke out in neighboring communities throughout Boulder County. Early estimates indicate that 35,000 Coloradans have been evacuated and hundreds of homes (in addition to businesses) have been tragically lost to the Marshall Fire alone.  All Colorado communities are thankful to the first responders who have come to help from near and far to fight the fire, evacuate people and provide life-saving services to those impacted. For those looking for opportunities to help and support in different areas, we will continue to update this page with information as it becomes available.  (To add links to ways to help, please email Terri with details.) For continued updates on the emergency response, visit Boulder County's Office of Emergency Management website.

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