Marshall Fire Response


Marshall Fire and Straight Line Winds Response


In the aftermath of the fires in Boulder County, people need information about insurance - how to contact their company/agent, how to file claims, how the processes will work. The Division of Insurance is here to answer people's insurance questions and help to get them on the road to recovery.

Division of Insurance Consumer Services Team: 303-894-7490 / 800-930-3745 / DORA_Insurance@state.co.us

Federal and State Assistance Overview


You can sign up to receive Division notifications specific to the Marshall Fire only by clicking the following button and selecting the "Division of Insurance Marshall Fire" list: 

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Stakeholder Meeting June 27, 2024 HB24-1315 - Smoke, Soot, and Ash Study


Key Resources


State Resources and Programs
  • Disaster Resilience Rebuilding Program - a grant and loan program from the Colorado Dept. of Local Affairs providing funding to qualifying homeowners for rebuilding homes. Website includes program details, eligibility requirements, FAQs and a form that can be submitted with additional questions.
  • Recovery Navigators - A free service, offered through the Navigating Disaster for Boulder County program, will offer long and short-term support to help residents navigate the recovery and rebuilding process. Navigators will be assigned to individuals and families and work one-on-one to provide a broad array of support.
  • Rebuilding Better - website
  • Marshall Fire Debris Removal Program - website


Forms & Information Sheets

Boulder County Information:

Colorado Department of Public Safety:

Federal Resources

FEMA Information:

Additional Information:


Frequently Asked Questions and Policyholder Guidance

The Division is also releasing a series of Frequently Asked Questions regarding insurance and insurance companies, as they related to the Marshall Fire and Straight Line Winds response. These FAQs and guidance have been developed based on questions the Division received during Insurance Town Halls on January 4 and January 19, 2022, as well as questions Division staff received at the Disaster Assistance Center. This section will updated as new topics are released.


Division of Insurance Meetings & Town Halls

Information about upcoming Town Hall or other meetings will be posted on this website, and will also be listed on the Division's Newsroom & Announcements page. You can sign up to receive notifications of upcoming Town Halls by signing up on the Division's Sign-Up for Division of Insurance Email Lists webpage and selecting the "Division of Insurance Marshall Fire" list.

SB22-206 Stakeholder Meeting - Oct. 21, 2022
Town Hall - June 2, 2022 - Underinsurance Discussion, Part 2
Town Hall - May 19, 2022 - Underinsurance Discussion, Part 1

The Division reviewed the initial underinsurance analysis released on April 26, 2022. Three building companies rebuilding in Boulder County also presented, as did a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration to discuss SBA loans. Materials from this meeting, including recordings of the meeting in English and in Spanish, are available below.

Town Hall - January 19, 2022

The Division held a second Insurance Town Hall on January 19, 2022, which focused on partial losses for homes that were not destroyed, but that still may have suffered external and internal damage to the building as well as personal property, including damage from smoke, soot and ash. Materials from this meeting, including a recording, are available at the following links.

Town Hall - January 4, 2022

The Division held the first Insurance Town Hall on January 4, 2022, to provide information and answer questions regarding insurance and insurance companies, related to the Boulder County fires. Materials from this meeting, including a recording, are available at the following links:


The Colorado Division of Insurance continues to develop policies, information and resources for insurance consumers and the insurance industry in response to the Boulder County fires.