January 1, 2022
Public Information Unit, 303-441-1500
Boulder County Sheriff releases preliminary list of structures damaged in the Marshall Fire
List contains initial data as Sheriff’s investigators work with damage assessment teams
Boulder County, Colo. - Damage assessment teams have compiled a preliminary list* of structures destroyed or damaged in the Marshall Fire. It is anticipated that more structures may be added to this list as more detailed damage assessment is completed and teams inspect additional areas impacted by the fire.
Sheriff’s investigators are working with damage assessment teams to appropriately ascertain the level of damage. Winter weather is currently impacting that work.
The current numbers of destroyed or damages structures in other parts of Boulder County are:
- City of Louisville: 553 destroyed, 45 damaged
- Town of Superior: 332 destroyed, 60 damaged (numbers are estimated due to groupings of structures and new construction)
- Unincorporated Boulder County: 106 destroyed, 22 damaged
Totals confirmed to date countywide are 991 structures destroyed and 127 structures damaged.
Boulder County is making the preliminary list available in order for impacted residents to get information as quickly as possible. The City of Louisville is in the process of creating a map of destroyed or damaged structures in the municipal limits of Louisville. The map will be available at www.louisvilleco.gov/marshallfire
To self-report a damaged or destroyed structure that is not included on this preliminary list, please visit www.boco.org/MarshallFireSelfReport
The Sheriff’s office, City of Louisville, and Town of Superior are working on plans to open up neighborhoods as safety allows.
Resources for residents:
- For questions, to report missing people, or to report non-emergency issues, the Boulder County Call Center can be reached at 303-413-7730.
- Those seeking mental health support related to the fire are encouraged to visit www.boco.org/WildfireMentalHealth for resources.
- If you need to talk to someone immediately or need help navigating services, please call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255 or text "TALK" to 38255.
- Residents can also call the Victim Advocate line at 303-441-3656.
- The Disability and Disaster Hotline can be reached at: 800-626-4959 (call/text)
*Note: This preliminary list represents a partial and incomplete list as of 2 p.m. on Jan. 1, 2022. Damage assessment is visual and may change upon closer inspection and structural assessment. Damage assessment investigations within the fire perimeter are ongoing and will continue over the next week.
View more at www.BoulderOEM.com.