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Colorado Flood Resources and Information


As Colorado and our home Boulder County begin to clean-up and rebuild after recording setting rainfall and flooding, we’d like to provide resources for our friends and neighbors.

Boulder Office of Emergency Management

Longmont Office of Emergency Management

Colorado Office of Emergency Management

Reporting Missing People

If you have been unable to contact someone in Boulder County since flooding started, Boulder emergency officials are asking for reports of those unaccounted for to be reported at 303-413-7730.

If you are safe and want to make your loved ones aware of your status, register with the American Red Cross’ Safe and Well.

Water Boil Orders Frequently Asked Questions

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services provides an excellent resource for those with questions about water boil orders.

Clean-up Help

The city and county of Boulder are working to provide trash receptacles for flood debris, dumpster location can be found here.

Disaster Assistance

Residents of Colorado may be eligible for disaster aid if they have sustained a loss or damage due to the storms, flooding, mudslides, and landslides. The areas include Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, El Paso, Fremont,Jefferson, Morgan, Larimer, Logan, Pueblo, Washington, and Weld counties.

Contact FEMA to register: 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) 

The following information is required in order to register for disaster assistance:

  • Social Security Number (including spouse)
  • Private insurance information, if available
  • Address and zip code of the damaged property
  • Directions to the damaged home or property
  • Telephone number where FEMA can reach you


Federal Emergency Management Agency provides smartphone apps for Android, Apple, and Blackberry devices. Download the apps here.

Boulder County

City of Boulder

City of Longmont

Town of Lyons

If you’re interested in volunteering for or donating to the disaster relief visit www.HelpColoradoNow.com, www.boulderfloodrelief.org, or consult the Denver Post list of charities and non-profits accepting donations.


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