The Flood Bowl Project, led by local artist Joy Boston.

We need your help to Rebuild Jamestown! Our unique mountain community lost vital infrastructure, homes and a much-loved community member during the September 2013 floods. Although we now have 90% of our community back, with a $20M+ public infrastructure loss, we continue to have a difficult road ahead, to repair and replace what was lost. View our 2016 Year End Report here. For questions about donations, please contact the Town Clerk at 303.449.1806.

Ways to Donate:

The Rebuild Jamestown Fund

The Rebuild Jamestown Fund supports the reestablishment of our Town’s infrastructure that was damaged during this catastrophic flood including lost roadways, bridges, parks, and water lines. All proceeds will go directly towards our Town’s rebuild efforts and are tax deductible. Please send checks payable to “Town of Jamestown” (Memo: Rebuild Jamestown) to: Town of Jamestown, PO Box 298, Jamestown, CO 80455.

We are grateful to the Community Foundation for having administered the Rebuild Jamestown Fund through December 2014.

In-kind and/or Service Donations:

Are you a caterer, landscaper, dentist, construction supervisor, or therapist? Please consider donating your services to the people of Jamestown to help them get back on their feet and get them through this difficult time. Thank you for supporting our efforts and our community!

Past Funds:

The Greater Jamestown Community Fund

This fund has been dispersed and is currently closed. The Greater JT Community Fund raised $312,751.07 through the support of the Boulder Community Foundation, the Dr. Scholl’s Foundation, Cyclists 4 Jamestown and private donations.

  • 60 residents received $200,000 for the Greater JT Community Fund (Cycle 1 – intermediate needs, January 2014)
  • 9 residents received $110,000 for Building Materials Grants (Cycle 2 – building materials for those who lost their homes or had significant damage May 2014 )