The Marshall Fire: Where To Get Help
If you and your family, neighbors, or friends have been affected by the Marshall Fire please take a look at the resources available to you listed below. We as a brokerage firm can and will help in every way possible and hope that this list is helpful to you in some small way. Please share!
If you are looking for ways to get involved and help those affected by the fire, please refer to this list we have put together.
- There is a master spreadsheet of resources maintained by the Community Foundation of Boulder County – please reference this too!
- If you have been affected by the fires and need help gaining access to food or providing food for your family, Community Food Share can help. Visit their webpage to explore the services we offer below to find the best one for your situation.
Apply For Assistance
- With help from President Biden and our FEMA Administrator, a Major Disaster Declaration for the Marshall Fire has been granted. Residents and business owners who sustained losses in the designated counties can begin applying for assistance by registering online at http://www.DisasterAssistance.
gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired.
File An Insurance Claim
- If you are unsure of how to begin the process of filing for an insurance claim, a local attorney has laid out the essential first steps when beginning this process. Take a look here.
- Many local and nonlocal organization and businesses are coming together to find available housing for those displaced by the fire. If you are in need of a home or room, take a look at the options listed below:
- Available rentals (BARHA)
- Available rooms (BC United)
- Available rooms (Community organizing)Nest is offering 12-month leases on rent-restricted rentals, regardless of income, to fire victims. Call 303-494-5462 for showings.PMP Realty in Longmont is offering some rentals, including assistance with first month’s rent. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Lyons is offering RV spots at Laverne Johnson Park. Contact Victoria Simonsen, email@example.com
- Colorado Landmark identified discounted hotel rates for anyone displaced from the fires. There are over 500 rooms for tonight and 1,000+ rooms starting Saturday. These are largely Denver hotels as the hotels in/around Boulder were booked and/or evacuated.
|HOTEL NAME||ROOMS AVAILABLE||RATE||PHONE NUMBER||NOTES/ HOW TO BOOK|
|Hyatt Regency Downtown Denver||500+ rooms available starting tonight and also available 12/31/21 and beyond||$99 for any displaced residents||303-436-1234||Call the hotel and ask for the front desk. The $99 rate is only available through the front desk as it’s a local emergency rate (not available through the website).|
|Grand Hyatt Downtown Denver||400 rooms available starting 1/2/2022||$119 for any displaced residents||303-295-1234||Call the hotel and ask for the front desk. The $119 rate is only available through the front desk as it’s a local rate (not available through the website). A few rooms available for NYE but availability materially opens for the week.|
|Westin Downtown||Starting 1/2/2022 200+ rooms available||$99 for any displaced residents||303-572-9100||Call the hotel and ask for the front desk. The $99 rate is only available through the front desk as it’s a local emergency rate (not available through the website).|
|Gaylord Rockies||500+ rooms available starting 1/2/2022||Rate fluctuates daily||720-452-6900||Book online using the promo code LPR. This rate is available only to Colorado Residents|
|Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station||720-643-1999||Limited availability tonight and tomorrow but offering significant discounts to those displaced for future nights|