Boulder County Collaborative

Boulder County communities elected to form a collaborative between county government and municipalities to assess their disaster recovery needs and prioritize recovery projects in the areas of household assistance and infrastructure.  The Boulder County Collaborative was formed and received a separate allocation totaling $72.4 million to be administered by the City of Longmont.  The Collaborative members include Boulder County, the City of Boulder, the City of Longmont, the Town of Jamestown, the Town of Lyons, the City of Lafayette, the City of Louisville and the Town of Nederland. Learn more about the Boulder County Collaborative.

•    BCC Household Assistance
The Boulder County Collaborative dedicated $11 million to assist households through Housing Rehabilitation, Temporary Rental Assistance, Down Payment Assistance, Clearance and Demolition, and the Home Access Program, which provides bridge and road replacement and repair.

•    BCC Infrastructure
The Collaborative invested over $59 million in infrastructure projects throughout the County.  This program funds a variety of projects including the buyout and clearance of at-risk properties, river restoration, road and bridge repair and other critical infrastructure projects.

•    BCC Planning
The Collaborative set aside a small amount of planning funding (less than 0.15%) to complete their unmet needs assessment and feasibility studies and to develop their nationally recognized Resilient Design Performance Standards.