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Though six months have elapsed since the Marshall Fire destroyed 1,084 residential structures and 7 commercial structures, some property owners are still struggling to complete the debris removal process.

According to a Boulder County news release, a backlog of work in the area is causing several property owners difficulty in finding a private contractor to complete the process. Instead, the county is reminding homeowners that there is still time to sign up for the county’s coordinated debris removal program.

Property owners who were uninsured, underinsured, or are still waiting for a private contractor to complete debris removal should reach out to the county by July 15 if they are interested in participating.

The coordinated debris removal program can assist property owners in the clearing of ash, debris, concrete, vegetation, and other fire-damaged materials.

To sign up, property owners must complete a right of entry form at by July 15.