Housing Helpers Boulder office re-opened today. If you have been displaced by the floods in Boulder County, Lyons, Jamestown, Longmont, and surrounding areas we are available to help you find temporary housing and long term housing in Boulder County. Our rental locating specialists are doing their best to coordinate all of the housing needs coming in with available properties for rent.
If you are in need of housing please call our Boulder office at 303.545.6000 or email us at email@example.com . Or stop by at 2865 Baseline Rd in Boulder, we are open from 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM all week weather permitting. We are dealing with hundreds of requests so please be patient we will get back to you as soon as possible.
ATTENTION BOULDER AREA PROPERTY OWNERS: WE NEED MORE RENTALS IMMEDIATELY FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY THE FLOODS. WE ARE ESPECIALLY IN NEED OF PLACES THAT WILL ALLOW PETS AS MANY OF THE DIPLACED FAMILIES HAVE THEIR PETS WITH THEM. IF YOU HAVE A PROPERTY THAT YOU CAN MAKE AVAILABLE PLEASE CALL OUR BOULDER OFFICE AT 303.545.6000. THANK YOU!
BOULDER COUNTY FLOOD RESOURCES:
Boulder Floods Road Closures Map A good map showing most recent road closures in Boulder, Boulder County and throughout the front range.
Boulder Valley Humane Society The Boulder Humane Society is available to accept animals needing shelter from evacuated areas of Boulder County. For an emergency or immediate assistance please contact Animal Care and Control directly at (303) 441-3333.
YMCA of Boulder County: The YMCA of Boulder County has Red Cross Shelters available. Please visit their website or contact their locations in Boulder and Lafayette.
2850 Mapleton Avenue
Boulder, CO 80301
303.442.2778 / Fax 303.442.2779
2800 Dagny Way
Lafayette, CO 80026
303.664.5455 / Fax 303.664.5456
If you have suffered disaster-related losses be sure to check with FEMA to discuss your specific situation as the info above is just a summary of assistance that may be available.
Businesses and individuals who suffered losses can learn more and seek assistance by applying online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1.800.621.3362.
Before starting your application, best to have the following information available, if possible: business Federal Tax ID # (or social security number), insurance information, summary of damage, basic financial information, contact information, and direct deposit information (if you are approved for financial assistance).
If your business was not directly affected by the flooding but would like to volunteer staff time or services to help with recovery efforts, you can list your assistance at www.HelpColoradoNow.com.