BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – Boulder County is set to host virtual meetings for residents impacted by the Marshall Fire.
Two meetings are scheduled: One is for those in unincorporated Boulder County and another is for those who are within Boulder County.
Unincorporated Boulder County
On Jan. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m., Boulder County will host an online community meeting for unincorporated Boulder County residents impacted by the Marshall Fire. The focus of this meeting will be on rebuilding for those with damaged or destroyed homes.
Registration is required to attend.
How to register: Register to attend at www.boco.org/MarshallFireJan19Meeting.
To participate over the phone, dial 1-833-568-8864 and input the webinar ID: 161 769 3096.
According to Boulder County, the county and fire survivors from other catastrophes will present information, and residents will have a chance to ask questions related to rebuilding and permitting. Additionally, after information has been shared by presenters, the county will hold breakout listening sessions to allow opportunity to hear directly from participating residents.
A virtual town hall for Boulder County residents affected by the fire is set for Jan. 20 at 6 p.m. It will focus on two things: debris removal for destroyed homes and ongoing public health issues.
Residents are invited to submit questions in advance of the meeting. You may email Katie Arrington at email@example.com.
Spanish interpretation and closed captioning (English only) will be available.