- Community Cycles is offering a Community Bikes Benefit Program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-565-6019 for more information.
- Louisville Cyclery is collecting and distributing used bikes. If you have a bike to donate or need a bike, please visit their shop at 889 E S. Boulder Road in Louisville.
- FullCycle & Colorado MultiSport is offering free one-day bike rentals and discounts on multi-day rentals/new bikes for those who lost their bikes in the Marshall Fire. Visit their Fire Relief Resource page for details.
Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) families
There are several resources available for families within the Boulder Valley School District.
If you’re a Boulder Valley School District family that has been impacted by the fire, please contact BVSD’s McKinney-Vento program for transportation assistance and other supports.
Colorado CarShare is offering a variety of free services to those affected by the Marshall Fire based on individual needs (e.g., free car share membership, credits to use for running errands, longer weekly rentals). Please contact them at 303-720-1185 or email@example.com to explain your transportation needs.contact carshare
Electric Vehicle Resources
Many residents lost their vehicles in the Marshall Fire. If you have interest in or questions about electric vehicles (EVs), Drive Electric Colorado coaches are available to answer questions about anything related to EVs, including electric vehicles, EV charging, incentives, rebates, and more.CONTACT A COACH
Via Mobility Services
Via Mobility Services is offering transportation services to those impacted by the Marshall Fire, including individual door-to-door rides, wheelchair accessible rides, and large group rides if needed. Pets are welcome. Call 303-447-9636 or visit their website to learn more.VIA MOBILITY