DR4634 Incendio Marshall y vientos en línea recta | DR4634 मार्शल आगलागी र हावाहुरी | DR4634 Marshall Fire thiab Straight Line Winds (Khoos Kas Saib Xyuas Hluav Taws Kub Hnyiab thiab Muaj Cua Loj Hauv Marshall)
On December 31, 2021, the president approved a major disaster declaration (formally referred to as DR4634) to the state of Colorado to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by wildfire and straight-line winds beginning on December 30, 2021. The major disaster declaration activated the FEMA Public Assistance Program and Individual Assistance Programs for Boulder County.
This follows the state of emergency declared by Governor Jared Polis on December 30, 2021, due to the Marshall fire. The damage assessments from the disaster are listed below as of January 7, 2022 at 8 a.m.
|Date of Origin
|December 30, 2021
|Boulder County, Town of Superior, City of Louisville
|Size of Fire
|Fatalities / Injuries
|Total Home Damage Estimate
|Destroyed Commercial Buildings
|Damaged Commercial Buildings
|Total Commercial Building Estimate
|December 30, 2021 through January 7, 2022
Local Recovery Resource Link
Please click the folders below to find information on locally-led recovery resources for the Marshall Fire.
- Local Recovery Links
- Boulder County Recovery Navigators Website
- Marshall ROC (Restorying our Community) Website
- Marshall Fire Recovery and Resilience Working Group Website
- Boulder County Marshall Fire Website
- City of Louisville Marshall Fire Website
- Town of Superior Marshall Fire Website
State Recovery Programs and Program Links
Links to state agency websites coordinating disaster recovery programs for the Boulder Wildfires and Straight-Line Winds.
- Colorado Governor's Office
- Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management / State Emergency Operations Center
- DHSEM Website
- DHSEM Mitigation and Recovery Website
- Colorado Business Emergency Operations Center
- State EOC Website
Boulder County Debris Management Program
- All property owners must opt in or opt out of the debris clean up program. Complete the "Right of Entry forms now available for properties destroyed by the Marshall Fire" from Boulder County by Jan. 26
- Boulder County Debris Management Program Website
- The Colorado DHSEM is the lead state agency supporting the debris management program.
- Colorado Department of Agriculture
- Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
- Colorado Division of Insurance
- History Colorado
- Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade
- Colorado Department of Human Services
- Colorado Department of Local Affairs
Federal Recovery Programs and Links
Overview of Federal Assistance to Date for DR4634 Individual Assistance.
FEMA Individual Assistance Program provides assistance to individuals and households through financial and direct services to eligible individuals and households affected by a disaster, who have uninsured or underinsured necessary expenses and serious needs. Apply for assistance online at DisasterAssistance.gov or call (800) 621-FEMA (3362) or TTY (800) 462-7585.FEMA Individual Assistance Program
Detailed information posted to the individual assistance tab for DR4634.
- FEMA Mitigation Helpline Activated: FEMA Mitigation Helpline is available to survivors who are ready and interested in talking with a repair/rebuilding specialist. The Helpline number is 833-336-2487 (833-FEMA-4US) and is available during the day Monday through Friday. This is for mitigation guidance only.
U.S. Small Business Administration Program
The SBA offers disaster assistance in the form of low-interest loans to businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters located in regions affected by declared disasters. SBA also provides eligible small businesses and nonprofit organizations with working capital to help overcome the economic injury of a declared disaster.
The assistance from SBA falls under the individual assistance programs.
FEMA’s Public Assistance Program provides supplemental grants to state, tribal, territorial and local governments, and certain types of private non-profits (PNP) so that communities can quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies. FEMA also encourages the protection of these damaged facilities from future events by providing assistance for hazard mitigation measures during the recovery process. More detailed information can also be located in the FEMA Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide.
Details on each of the categories is posted to the public assistance tab for DR4634.