Boulder Fires and Straight Line Winds
Boulder County and surrounding communities impacted by the fires and straight line winds can utilize the resources below to help them through this difficult time.
Disaster Assistance Center agencies
Although the Disaster Assistance Center in Lafayette is no longer offering in-person resources, residents and businesses may utilize ongoing virtual resources from the many agencies that were in attendance. A range of services are offered in both English and Spanish.
Boulder Small Business Development Center support
In response to the Marshall Fire and Straight Line Winds and with the support of the City of Louisville and Town of Superior, the Boulder Small Business Development Center will be providing enhanced assistance for businesses navigating these difficult times. In addition to their continued one-on-one online consulting services, one of the Lead Consultants, Dan King, will be available to meet in-person.
- Louisville every Thursday from 8am to 12pm at the Louisville Recreation Center (900 W Via Appia Way)
- Superior every Friday from 9am to 12pm at the Superior Community Center (1500 Coalton Rd)
Please just drop in, or schedule a specific time with Dan via email.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Boulder County and local agencies
Colorado Creative Industries has been curating recovery resources for artists affected by the Marshall Fire. View the continually updated resource document with more artist-specific resources.
Colorado Creative Industries ha estado seleccionando recursos de recuperación para los artistas afectados por el incendio de Marshall. Los recursos en español se pueden encontrar aquí.