Feb. 15 Colorado DR4634 Update: Boulder Fires and Straight Line Winds

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The donation center is now accepting bulk and corporate donations for those impacted by the fire and winds in Boulder County.  All donations must be scheduled for drop-off by calling the donations management team at (720) 574-2300.

The donation and resource center support to date is:

  • 2,760  survivors served
  • 1,120 families supported
  • 108,938 articles distributed
  • $19,959 in gift cards distributed
  • 300+ volunteer hours during the initial phase

Overview of Federal Assistance to Date for DR4634 Individual Assistance

Total Registrations as of Feb. 14, 2022 3,172
Daily Registrations 7
Individual Household Program (IHP) Dollars Approved $1,438,457               
Housing Assistance (HA) Dollars Approved $884,887
Other Needs Assistance (ONA) Dollars Approved $553,570
IHP Dollars Disbursed $1,454,035
HA Dollars Disbursed $893,145
ONA Dollars Disbursed $560,890
Inspections Issued  719
Inspections Returned 704
Inspections Complete 97.91%
Funerals Paid 0
Funeral Dollars Approved $0
Number of Disaster Assistance Centers Open 1
Total DAC Activity 2,727
Small Business Administration (SBA) Applications Received: Home Loans       1,751
SBA Applications Received: Business 186
Total SBA Applications Received 1,937
SBA Loans Approved: Homes 423
SBA Home Loan Dollars Approved $69,867,900
SBA Loans Approved: Business 23
SBA Business Loan Dollars Approved $4,075,600
Total SBA Loan Dollars Approved $73,943,500

Public Assistance Grant Program

On Feb. 9, 2022, FEMA approved categories C-G of the Public Assistance Grant program for applicants in Boulder County.  The DHSEM team will notify eligible applicants to update their requests for assistance.  

  • 20 requests for public assistance applications submitted
  • 15 applicants are eligible
  • 3 RFIs issued
  • Colorado DHSEM and FEMA are conducting scoping calls to begin the process 

Background Information for DR4634 

On December 31, 2021, the president approved a major disaster declaration (formally referred to as DR4534) 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.  

Information shared below is as up today's joint field office reports at 8 a.m. 

Visit the DR4634 Boulder Fires and Straight Line Winds page for recovery information.