Stage 1 fire restrictions, enacted for unincorporated areas of western Boulder County.

Community Events and Meetings

Marshall Fire Community Events and Meetings

Upcoming Meetings/Events

Boulder County Commissioners’ Town Hall on Wildfire Partners & Wildfire Mitigation Updates
Tuesday, June 18 | 5:30- 7 p.m.
Sunshine Fire Protection District, Station 1, 311 County Rd. 83, Boulder

Office of Disaster Management’s Pet Preparedness
Saturday, June 22 | 1-4:00 p.m.
Humane Society of Boulder Valley, 2323 55th St. Boulder

Office of Disaster Management’s Pet Preparedness
Tuesday, June 25 | 6 p.m.
Virtual – Register for Pet Preparedness

Disaster Preparedness Basics (register)
Tuesday, Aug. 13 | 6-7:30 p.m.
Nederland Community Center Multipurpose Room, 750 CO 72

Disaster Preparedness Basics (register)
Tuesday, Nov. 5 | 7-8:30 p.m.
Boulder Rural Fire Rescue, 6230 Lookout Road

Past Meetings

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Ongoing Meetings/Events

Food Pantry Available
Monday – Friday | 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Marshall ROC Recovery Center, 357 McCaslin Blvd., Suite 115-B, Louisville

EnergySmart Assistance
EnergySmart’s Marshall Fire New Homes Building Advisor Robby Schwarz is available at no cost to homeowners, builders, code officials, trade partners, and others to help with the process of rebuilding homes that are comfortable, healthy, maximize cost savings, and are efficient. Robby has a tremendous wealth of knowledge from over 25 years of experience in the residential new construction industry and has helped hundreds of Marshall Fire homeowners to date. Reach Robby directly at 303-927-0025 or email

Technology Support
Marshall ROC, in partnership with ITDRC, provides technology support to help the community in applying for disaster related assistance programs. Scanners, printer and laptops are available to use Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Marshall Fire Recovery Center, 357 McCaslin Blvd., Suite 115-B, Louisville. Call 720-295-0229 to schedule an appointment.

Share Your Story
The Louisville Historical Museum invites you to share your Marshall Fire stories as a means of community healing and to help future generations of Louisville and Colorado residents understand the gravity and range of experiences of this event. The Museum is creating a community archive for future Louisvillians, researchers, and community members to use as they try to understand what it was like to experience the fire, its aftermath, and the ongoing recovery. All experiences, responses, and perspectives are welcome. We invite everyone affected by the fire to add their voice to this collective of community stories from the Marshall Fire. Use the Marshall Fire Story Session Reservation form to schedule a session.