For members of our community who were impacted by the Fourmile Canyon Fire, we are deeply committed to helping you with your recovery efforts. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to assist you as you continue to rebuild your lives and homes.
Help and Assistance
Foothills United Way
For information on insurance and additional support, contact Amy E. Hardy, Fourmile Recovery Resource Coordinator, Foothills United Way. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-895-3418.
To learn more now about insuring your home adequately, view Properly Insure Your Home Against Wildfire.
Get help with rebuilding and other questions.
Flood Awareness and Emergency Preparedness
There is increased potential for flooding and debris flows in the Fourmile Canyon Fire area due to loss of vegetation and bare slopes. Anyone living in, visiting or traveling through the area should be aware of the increased risks.
Our Mountain Communities Preparedness Guide gives recommendations on how to make the best decisions possible in the event of a flood. For further assistance in emergency planning, contact the Boulder Office of Emergency Management at 303-441-3390.
To help protect your home from increased flooding risks, review the Homeowner’s Guide for Flood, Debris, and Erosion Control which includes tips on how to properly use sandbags.
A listing of maps showing fire progression, burn severity, and proposed treatment areas. Includes an interactive map to help identify specific treatments by property if your property falls within a proposed treatment area.
Fire Progression and Affected Area Maps
- Fire Progression Map
- Public/Private Lands Affected by Fourmile Fire
- Evacuation Areas with Subdivision Labels (shows map boundary and names of subdivisions evacuated during the fire)
Erosion control, Watershed Emergency, Long-Term Environmental Management
An initial environmental assessment of the burn area included an analysis of post-wildfire threats to soils, vegetation, hydrologic functions such as debris flow in drainages and slopes, trees, transportation infrastructure, abandoned mines, cultural resources, and wildlife. It also provided recommendations for treatments that will reduce these risks or threats.
Interactive map to view watershed level treatments by property. (Note: Requires Microsoft Silverlight.)
Proposed Watershed Protection and Noxious Weed Treatment Map
Burn Severity and Hazard Maps
Related Interest: History of wildfires in Boulder County
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