Colorado Daily Status Report: March 29, 2022

Colorado Daily Status Report Link to the full report:

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State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status Level 3

The SEOC is activated at level three operations in support of COVID-19 recovery, Marshall Fire recovery efforts with a State/FEMA Joint Field Office standing up, support to Afghan evacuees and monitoring the current weather impacts. The SEOC is operational Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Colorado Joint Field Office

Activated with support from DHSEM and FEMA staff.  

Current Colorado Incidents Supported by DHSEM and DHSEM Regional Field Managers, Strategic Communications Director and SEOC General Staff are providing technical support and monitoring the resource needs of the following incidents:

Boulder Fires and Straight Line Winds

Disaster Assistance Update

  • FEMA Individual Household Program (IHP) Dollars Approved: $1,816,990
  • Total SBA Applications Received: 2,347
  • Total SBA Loan Dollars Approved: $97,566,400
  • Public Assistance Grant Program
    • 21 requests for public assistance applications submitted 
    • 17 applicants deemed eligible
    • 3 RFIs issues
    • 4 withdrawn
    • Colorado DHSEM and FEMA conducting scoping calls


Overview of Boulder Fires and Straight-Line Winds

Find a more detailed list of Marshall Fire links and resources on our Marshall Fire website page. December 30, 2021, Governor Jared Polis declared at state of emergency due to the Marshall Fire. On December 31, President Joe Biden approved a major disaster declaration.

COVID-19 Current Overview

Afghan Evacuees