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December 30, 2021 8:35 PM

Boulder Wildfire Updates: Check this update for latest news and maps.

The Boulder Office of Emergency Management is providing the latest updates on the wildfires in Boulder County via their Twitter account: @BoulderOEM.

If you'd like to volunteer or provide donations to our neighbors impacted by the Marshall Fire and Middle Fork Fire, please go to the Boulder Office of Emergency Management website. They have set up links for citizens wanting to help: www.boulderoem.com/emergency-status.

For the latest on how the wildfires are affecting Jefferson County, pre-evacuation maps and more, Jeffcom 911 is providing the latest updates via their Twitter account: @jeffcom911co. You can also find the latest CodeRed alerts for Jefferson County on their website: www.jeffcom911.org.

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Latest Update:

January 18, 2022 9:21 AM

The Boulder Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has formalized an agreement with VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters) and they have just released a list of items needed and items they do not accept. They also have designated a location to drop off items and published the hours of operation. The information needed for those wishing to donate or volunteer can be found on the Boulder OEM Marshall Fire Donations and Resource Center web page.

Under the guidance of the Boulder OEM and because of the new donation procedures the Airport Community Response Team is scaling back our response to help our neighbors in Superior, Lafayette, Boulder County, and all those affected by the fires. If you had signed up with the Airport to volunteer or donate, please resign up through the Boulder OEM website online form. This will ensure that VOAD has your most current information and types of assistance being offered.