Marshall Fire Disaster Recovery Resources

 

Resource Description
Marshall Fire Recovery Navigators  The Navigating Disaster for Boulder County program is dedicated to helping the people of Boulder County experience relief from disasters.
Boulder Housing Partners If you were displaced by the fire, and are looking for housing options with Boulder Housing Partners, please complete the Housing Interest Form on the Boulder Housing Partners website to have someone reach out to you about your housing needs.  
Colorado Legal Services  Legal help for tenants.
National Disaster Legal Aid Help appealing FEMA decisions.

 

Resource Description
Xcel Energy Rebate for Marshall Fire A range of rebates, from $7,500 to $37,500, for meeting energy standards.
Boulder County Rebuilding Better website Resources for planning, designing, and constructing high performance homes that are more resilient to future climate crises. 
Colorado Association of Realtors

Monthly mortgage expense for primary residence that was damaged by the Wildfire Disaster, up to $3000.

Boulder County Down Payment Assistance The Boulder County Down Payment Assistance Program provides down payment and closing cost assistance to first-time homebuyers purchasing a home in Boulder County (outside of the city limits of Boulder). Up to 10% of the purchase price, up to a maximum of $40,000 may be borrowed.  
Colorado Housing Assistance Corporation  CHAC provides low interest, flexible loans to low and moderate (80% AMI) income first time home buyers for down payment and closing cost
assistance throughout Colorado.  
 

 

Resource Description
Colorado Association of Realtors Rental cost due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Wildfire Disaster, up to $3,000.
Boulder Area Rental Housing Association This webpage is only meant to be a way to show available properties to residents who were impacted by the fires and need housing and is for informational purposes only. Property owners will be solely responsible for qualifying, interviewing and communicating with prospective tenants.  Please conduct your own due diligence prior to signing a lease agreement.
Colorado Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) Median income must be 80% AMI or below the median income of your area .