Together We’ll Rise

Rebuilding the Town of Superior as a Community

Days Since Disaster

Homes Destroyed & Damaged

Lots Cleared

Demo Permits Issued

Building Permits Issued

Days Since Disaster

Homes Destroyed & Damaged

Lots Cleared

Demo Permits Issued

Construction Permits Issued

Welcome to Superior Rising, the official community website dedicated to residents and business owners impacted by the Marshall Fire. This site is still under development and will grow and evolve with the recovery process. Thank you for your patience as we work behind the scenes to build what we hope to be a central hub for people to find resources, news, and documents related to the Marshall Fire. To stay up to date, please check back often, join our newsletter, follow us on social media and reach out with questions. We’re here for you.

Upcoming Deadlines & Events

Important Announcements

Funding for Crisis Counseling in Boulder County Approved

Counseling services and crisis support are being offered through Mental Health Partners in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire.

For more information call 303-413-6282 or email

Click below for community resources.

Superior Chamber Business Center Now Open

Monday—Thursday, 9:00 am — 3:00 pm

Superior Marketplace—300 Center Drive

Free for Chamber Members & anyone displaced by the Marshall Fire

Utilize workspace, meeting space, computers, office essentials, and more.

Virtual Legal Clinic Available for the Community

Boulder County Bar Association has created a free Virtual Legal Clinic for the many people affected by the Marshall Fire who may need attorney advice.

To request legal help, please fill out the following form:

BCBA Virtual Legal Clinic Registration

Superior at a glance

Homes Destroyed

Homes Damaged


% Of Superior's Single-Family Homes Lost

Impact Areas

Coal Creek Crossing

Homes Destroyed: 8
Homes Damaged: N/A

Downtown Superior

Homes Destroyed: 16
Homes Damaged: 9

Original Town

Homes Destroyed: 116
Homes Damaged: 10

Rock Creek Ranch

Homes Destroyed: 65
Homes Damaged: 25


Homes Destroyed: 171*
*total subdivision lost

The Ridge

Homes Destroyed: 3
Homes Damaged: 14

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