Community invited to attend the three-year remembrance event

On March 22, 2021, Boulder lost 10 beloved community members, including a Boulder police officer, in a mass shooting. As we move forward from this tragedy, the City of Boulder is committed to remembering those who are no longer with us, offering support to one another and coming together as a community.

The city, along with several local partners, will be holding a remembrance event to mark the three years that have passed since the tragedy. The community is invited to attend or livestream the Day of Remembrance gathering.

“March 22 is a day to pause, come together and acknowledge the collective loss, trauma and healing we have experienced as a community. It is a day to honor the victims and support all those whose lives were forever altered on that day,” said City of Boulder Mayor Aaron Brockett. “It is also a day to reflect on the resilience and strength our community has demonstrated in the three years that have passed since that tragic afternoon.”

Event details:

Community members who are experiencing trauma related to the mass shooting on March 22, 2021 are welcome to visit the Boulder Strong Resource Center at 2935 Baseline Road in Boulder. The center offers a place of healing and support for those impacted by the tragedy. The center is open to all and is staffed by knowledgeable, compassionate and caring professionals from Mental Health Partners.

More information about the Day of Remembrance event and Boulder Strong is available on the city’s website.