We are excited to be working in eastern unincorporated Boulder County this summer and fall doing wildfire risk assessment surveys with 100 participants.

Plains Pilot Assessments are Underway!
Wildfire Partners Mitigation Specialist speaks with a homeowner participating in the Plains Pilot Project
Wildfire Partners Mitigation Specialist speaks with a homeowner participating in the Plains Pilot Project

Are you ready for wildfire season? If you are new to our program, your initial assessment is free. Get a professional evaluation of your home's vulnerabilities.

Free Assessments
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Boulder County residents will have the opportunity to vote on the proposed sales and use taxes in the November election.

Boulder County Commissioners adopt ballot measures for wildfire mitigation, emergency response, and transportation
Boulder County ballot drop box

Need ideas on how to complete home retrofit work? Home hardening can protect your home from ember showers while making it look more attractive. Check out our photo gallery for ideas.

Home Retrofit Photo Gallery
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Did you know most homes destroyed during a wildfire catch fire due to ember showers? Hardening your home will greatly increase your home's chances for survival.

Ember Showers
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Who We Are

Wildfire Partners is a wildfire mitigation program to help mountain and foothills homeowners in Boulder County, Colorado prepare for wildfire. Wildfire Partners, part of Boulder County’s Community Planning & Permit Department, is a nationally recognized model for wildfire mitigation that is incorporated into Boulder County's building code.

What We Do

We provide education on how to mitigate your home against the threat of wildfires. Upon acceptance to our program, a mitigation specialist will visit your property to do an assessment. We will send you a comprehensive report recommending actions to take.  Upon completion of these required items, you will receive certification that can be used as proof of mitigation for insurance purposes.

See Our Progress

Year started: 2014

Homes participating: 2,957*

Certified homeowners: 1,254*

*as of July 30, 2022

Join our program by applying today!