Flood Recovery Resources

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Xcel Bonus Flood Rebates
www.xcelenergy.com/floodrebates / 303-544-1000
Xcel Energy is offering Bonus Flood Rebates to replace flood-damaged equipment, such as furnaces, boilers, water heaters, air conditioners and evaporative coolers. In some cases this will more than DOUBLE their existing rebates! Rebates are retro-active to Sept. 12 for qualifying equipment. EnergySmart can help residents and businesses in all Boulder County communities submit rebate applications, select energy efficient equipment and find contractors. Sign up today at www.EnergySmartYES.com or call for HOMES @ 303-544-1000 & BUSINESSES @ 303-441-1300.

BVSD / USDE Flood Grants (available through April 2014)
720-561-5824 / https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1QN-ghELsB5dryULvjMExtUl_q6S8Ve-f6rLHn9-sDEE/viewform
Flood assistance coordianted throught the Boulder Valley School District and the US Department of Education.1) Do you or does anyone in your family need help with housing, food, clothing, transportation, other daily necessities/resources, etc. as a result of losses from the floods? 2) Could you or someone you know benefit from counseling to help restore a sense of safety or security?
3) Are you experiencing any continued difficulties getting to school or work? 4) Are you a student who is behind on schoolwork who needs help catching up? Or are you a teacher or parent who has a student or students behind on schoolwork who could benefit from support?

Boulder Office of Emergency Management
www.boulderoem.com / Call Center 303-413-7730
Provides comprehensive, updated emergency information for the area

FEMA Disaster Relief Assistance
www.DisasterAssistance.gov / En EspaƱol: www.disasterassistance.gov/es
Colorado has been declared a major disaster area. Boulder County residents affected by the flood, even if you have flood insurance, should register with FEMA. No matter how big or small the damage is, please report it to FEMA. Assistance may include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the disaster. 800-621-3362
Download the FEMA Disaster Relief Informational Flyer
What you need to know about FEMA assistance Daily Camera

HUD Disaster Assistance for Colorado Storm Victims
View housing resources available from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

2013 Colorado Flood Relief & Recovery Guide
Offers a wide array of information on insurance, long term assistance, financial services, consumer and legal advice, returning home, health concerns, repairs, and utility contacts.

Survivor Registry/Survivor Locator
Inform family members you are safe and search for loved ones

Road Closures
Boulder County Road Closures Map
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List of Boulder County Road Closures
Colorado Department of Transportation

Health and Safety After a Flood
Debris Removal & Management Debris Collection Drinking Water Safety Food Safety
General Health & Safety Sewage Clean Up Indoor Air Quality (Mold, Bacteria)

Foothills United Way of Boulder County
Call 866-760-6489 for assistance; Visit www.unitedwayfoothills.org to donate

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
lgrey@bouldercounty.org / 303-441-1000
Replacement funds are available to those who are currently receiving food assistance and have lost food during the flood.

Sign up for Emergency Notification Alerts
From Boulder County
From the City of Lafayette

Volunteer and donate

Fraud If you have concerns about charitable organizations you are considering donating to, research them on the Secretary of State's website.