Congressman Joe Neguse explains how the federal government will help Boulder County fire victims

January 4, 2022
Federal Emergency Management Agency  Administrator Deanne Criswell Tours Marshall Fire Burn AreaFederal Emergency Management Agency  Administrator Deanne Criswell Tours Marshall Fire Burn AreaDC
LOUISVILLE, CO - JANUARY 2:From left: U.S. Rep. Jason Crow, Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Criswell, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse and Colorado Gov. Jared Polis talk during a tour of the Marshall Fire burn area in Louisville on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022. The current estimate of destroyed structures is 991, while 127 structures are damaged according to Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle. (Matthew Jonas/Boulder Daily Camera/Pool)

The congressman representing Colorado's 2nd congressional district said the Department of Housing and Urban Development will offer temporary shelter to those displaced, and gave details for how people can avail themselves of these and other disaster-related services.