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Marshall Fire and Wind Event Recovery
view of Marshall Fire burn area from a distance

Marshall Fire and Wind Event Recovery

On Dec. 30, 2021, the Marshall Fire swept through the City of Louisville, Town of Superior, and unincorporated Boulder County, destroying and damaging more than 1,000 homes and over 30 commercial structures. This webpage provides information and resources for those impacted by the fire as our community begins the healing and rebuilding process.

One Community logo. Together we will recover and Rebuild. Louisville, Superior and Boulder County.

Latest News

Wildfire Partners Opens Free Countywide Community Chipping Wildfire Mitigation Program for the 2024 Season

April 1, 2024 Free county chipping program available to all county residents to manage the high-risk vegetation on their properties. read more →

Outdoor Warning Siren Testing Starts April 1

March 29, 2024 Siren testing runs the first Monday of the month April through August Boulder County, Colo. – Starting Monday, April 1,... read more →

Marshall Fire Recovery Newsletter – March 15, 2024

March 15, 2024 Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. Boulder County Marshall Fire Recovery Newsletter View the Marshall... read more →

Boulder County Wildfire Partners Celebrates National Wildfire Mitigation Award

February 20, 2024 Wildfire Partners received the prestigious national Wildfire Mitigation Award, the highest national honor an organization can receive for outstanding work and impact in wildfire preparedness and mitigation. read more →


Financial Assistance

Debris Management

Rebuilding in Unincorporated Boulder County

Assistant Recovery Manager Katie Arrington