Boulder County has enacted Level 1 Fire Restrictions

Marshall and Middle Fork Fire Resources

Marshall and Middle Fork Fire Resources

Boulder County Treasurer
Resources for Those Affected by the Marshall and Middle Fork Fires

Having lived, worked, and represented this area in one form or another for over 30 years, this disaster is more personal than others we have responded to. In addition to affecting my family – we were able to evacuate together as a family and our home was spared by a few blocks — it’s friends, neighbors, people my kids went to school with, and so many others that this fire has impacted. We live in a good, solid, strong, and caring community. It is that community working together that will get us through this horrible disaster.

Know that my office is limited in what we can do about property taxes. The amounts and the deadlines cannot be changed. The authorities that we collect for, the school district, the cities and towns, the fire districts, and more, are relying on this revenue to continue the services they provide.

If your home was completely destroyed by the fire, I’d urge you to watch this video from the State Division of Property Taxation for information about how that may reduce your property taxes due this year.

There are many sites for people seeking and giving assistance and that generally want more information about the Marshall and Middle Fork Fires. The links below are good resources. They will contain information on how to both give and receive services:

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Treasurer's Office

Phone: 303-441-3520
Fax: 303-441-3598

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PO Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306

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