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UPDATE (Sept. 9, 9:41 a.m.): Fire behavior was very light due to the cold front cooling fuels. Officials gave an update Sunday evening. "I'm not even sure what those words are. For more information click link below : The fire has burned 13,247 acres — an increase of about 400 acres. The fire is still considered active, but officials said it hasn’t spread much in any direction today.

Just before 9 a.m. Thursday, a spokesperson from Rocky Mountain National Park announced the entire park had closed to visitors due to the fires west of the Continental Divide. We knew this fire was here.

Today, we continue to provide those services and a host of new ones, with a 100% volunteer staff of 44 men and women. Click here for an interactive evacuation map, which is also shown below. UPDATE (Sept. 12, 11:38 a.m.): A portion of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests are closed to all activities due to the fire.

The fire is estimated at 14,091 acres with 25% containment. Their fire investigation team is asking the public for help in gathering information about the start of the fire.

Byers Peak Wilderness Area as well as Keyser Ridge Trailhead, Kinney Creek Trailhead, Ute Peak Trailhead, Darling Creek Trailhead, Williams Fork Trailhead and South Fork Trailhead remain in the closure area along with the Sugarloaf, South Fork and Horseshoe Campgrounds. UPDATE (Aug. 14, 4:30 p.m.): Additional road closures have been announced as the Williams Fork Fire is expanding and now burning over 250 acres. Get directions, reviews and information for Fire Department in Granby, CO. Fire Department 60500 US Highway 40 Granby CO 80446.

In an update from this afternoon, fire managers talked about how they have helicopters that are equipped to drop small spheres, similar to ping pong balls, into an area for a controlled burn. Jared Polis is urging all Coloradans and visitors to take all measures to avoid additional fires. He said this is one of the many reasons that Colorado is working to become a leader in reducing carbon emissions. Grand County residents can sign up for CodeRED alerts to receive emergency notifications regarding this fire and other disasters.

“Firefighters have worked around Denver Water Supply structures and the Bobtail Mine to thin vegetation and set up sprinklers that can help defend structures if the need arises for them,” officials said. UPDATE (Sept. 10, 10:50 a.m.): The Type 2 Rocky Mountain Blue Team will transfer command of the fire to a Type 3 organization tonight at 8 p.m. While cooler temperatures are expected through Tuesday, strong winds and low humidity are expected over the comings days.

As of Wednesday, it had burned more than 14,000 acres. We’re going to help people heal from this. Yesterday, helicopters continued to drop water on the northern portion of the fire. “Gusty west to northwest winds return Friday in the wake of this departing low, but afternoon humidity expected to remain well above critical areas,” officials said. ... Highway 34 is closed near Granby due to the fire. UPDATE (Aug. 14, 7:41 p.m.): Pre-evacuation notices have been issued for the following areas: County Road 50, 50S and St. Louis Creek Road (County Road 73). UPDATE (Aug. 31, 11:56 p.m.): The latest map of the fire and surrounding area. He said the winds were strong and as a result, the fire's behavior was strong.

The fire has been “cleaning up” and destroying brush in the area where it has burned. UPDATE (Aug. 16, 4:15 p.m.): As of Sunday afternoon, the Forest Service reports the fire is at 6,000 acres. At this time there are no pre-evacuations, but the county said it wants to give residents as much time as possible. The Granby, CO fire department directory includes 2 fire departments and/or fire stations (MAP). Portions of these areas remain closed for public safety due to snag trees and other hazards.While we are still taking stock of impacts to the Arapaho National Forest, the fire burned through popular recreation areas that are an important part of the local economy, including the Sulphur Ranger District’s snowmobiling and OHV trail system and the Arapaho National Recreation Area’s Willow Creek Reservoir and campground. UPDATE (Aug. 25, 11:04 p.m.): While acreage and containment estimates remain unchanged tonight, the number of people fighting the fire has increased slightly to 310. ... You can see the exact closures in the maps here. UPDATE (Aug. 27, 4:30 a.m.): The Grand County Incident Management Team is planning evacuation scenarios. Find the latest evacuation and road closure information in the evening update: Per the sheriff, this is Forest Service land near Henderson Mill. Granby Town Hall 15 North Granby Road, Granby, CT 06035Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.Thursday: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.; 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Friday by appointment only.Government Websites by CivicPlus ® | Website Disclaimer, 1921 REO - Antique and LA-3 2011 HME Pumper, Audit of Machine Results for the Presidential Election, CT Department of Economic and Community Development Accepting Applications for the Connecticut CARES Small Business Grant Program, Sign-Up for Non-Emergency Alerts from the Town. UPDATE (Sept. 30, 10:55 p.m). At this point the fire remains about seven miles southwest of Fraser. UPDATE: (Aug. 21, 5:34 p.m.): During a streamed update on Facebook, Williams Fork Fire incident commanders said the fire had only grown by about 100 acres in the past 24 hours, and it’s possible more assistance will arrive over the weekend. East Troublesome Fire (2020): 170,000 acres3. UPDATE (Aug. 21, 8:46 p.m.): Video footage of the fire burning on Thursday shows fire behavior on the southwestern flank near County Road 30, as well as firefighters setting up sprinklers for structure protection.

CR 50 remains closed but Blue Ridge can be accessed from Parshall/Hot Sulphur. The Labor Department's report Wednesday said that jobless claims climbed from 748,000 the week before. Click here for updates from Grand County. UPDATE (Aug. 27, 9:18 a.m.): Fire managers say that moderate weather on Wednesday allowed firefighters to make progress toward adding containment measures around the fire. The origination point was northeast of Kremmling in Grand County, Colo. on the Arapaho National Forest.

Hotter and drier weather is expected over the weekend. We looked at every possible potential for this fire. This work is progressing well; crews expect it will take several days of fuel reduction efforts including tree and brush thinning before these fire lines are complete. UPDATE (Sept. 12, 11:11 p.m.): Authorities are working on preserving watersheds around the fire that may have been impacted.

Missionary Ridge Fire (2002): 72,962 acres8. UPDATE: (Aug. 21, 7:18 a.m.): The fire grew to 10,288 acres with 3% containment on Friday morning. Vasquez Creek, St. Louis Creek; Church Park. Much of this growth is due to the weather, terrain and beetle-kill lodgepole pine, according to the incident management team.

The number of personnel was reduced from 314 to 268. Officials say 295 people are currently assigned to fighting it. UPDATE (Aug. 24, 9:00 p.m.): Officials provided a daily update via Zoom on Facebook. Incident Command working closely with @GrandCoSheriff @GrandCountyOEM on an evac plan for Fraser. DENVER (KDVR) — With COVID-19 cases on the rise here in Colorado, many have been wondering whether their last minute trips to the grocery store during the Thanksgiving rush will put them at a great risk of contracting the disease.

Reviews (315) 598-7187 Website. Interactive real-time wildfire and forest fire map for Colorado. The peak fire spread of 87,093 acres occurred between late afternoon on Oct. 21 and the early afternoon of Oct. 22. Cold and wind could also impact firefighters on the ground.

Settings - change map background and toggle additional layers. The East Troublesome Fire was reported on the afternoon of October 14.

This work will take several days. There are currently no evacuations in the Fraser Valley, but a smoke advisory is in place and several forest areas are closed to visitors.