Flood-impacted residents of unincorporated Boulder County who have questions about the rebuilding process are asked to contact the Land Use Department. If you are the owner of a destroyed or severely damaged structure in unincorporated Boulder County (not in incorporated cites or towns) and wish to rebuild, please contact the Land Use Department at 303-441-3930 or email@example.com.
First, check to see if a permit is required for any repairs you are considering. The Boulder County Land Use Department issues Permits for unincorporated areas of Boulder County.
If a water well needs significant structural reconstruction or rebuilding, please check the Well Water Safety section.
Building Safety & Inspection
For information on building permits, call the Building Safety & Inspection Services Team at 303-441-3925, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private Roads, Culverts, & Bridges
The County Transportation Department provides guidance to residents who need to repair or rebuild private roads, driveways or bridges, including culvert replacement. See Private Roads, Culverts & Bridges for more information.
EnergySmart can help residents who need to make important decisions about recent flood damage to their homes. EnergySmart Advisors are available to provide guidance for replacing insulation in the basement, crawlspace and attic, as well as repairing or replacing furnaces, hot water heaters, duct systems, washers, other appliances and more.
To sign up for EnergySmart assistance, visit www.EnergySmartYES.com or call 303-544-1000. Businesses in need of EnergySmart advising should call 303-441-1300.