Link to Town Meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzfGYCwgXfg
The meetings are scheduled as follows (click meeting for meeting link and dial in details):
These links are also available at LouisvilleCO.gov/Calendar.
These meetings are intended for residents whose properties were destroyed or significantly damaged. The purpose of the listening sessions is to hear directly from impacted residents about the immediate challenges they’re facing. We are meeting with residents to listen and learn so we can get more information for our next meeting together.
Each meeting will be 60 minutes. The City will start with an overview of what we’re working on and then hear from residents.
Elected officials and staff from Louisville will be present to share updates on the damage assessment, debris removal, water, trash/utilities and resources for those affected.
Marshall Fire Rebuilding Process
The Planning & Building Department has produced a short guide on the rebuilding process.
BCPH Guidance About Debris
Boulder County Public Health and the Boulder Office of Emergency Management have issued the following guidance:
The meeting is intended for impacted residents only. If you were not directly impacted by the fire, but want to hear information from the meeting, it will be recorded and posted online on Friday morning. The meeting will also be conducted with a Spanish-language options and closed captioned. Questions can also be asked in Spanish.
Speakers from the Boulder Office of Emergency Management, the Disaster Assistance Center, FEMA, Boulder County Public Health and more will be on hand to give brief updates and answer questions.
Elected officials and staff from Louisville will also be present to share updates on the damage assessment, debris removal, water, trash/utilities and resources for those affected.
Registration for the meeting is required, but can occur at any time, including after the meeting has started. Please visit https://boco.org/MarshallFireJan6Meeting for more details.
The City does not have contact information for all impacted residents, so please forward this email to any neighbors affected by the fire.
If you have questions, please contact the City at 720-824-3100 or email email@example.com.