Author: Amy Danzl

Evening Update

The containment line caps the west end of the fire. There are still several pockets of unburned areas around the southern and eastern ends. There will be fewer aircraft in the air tomorrow, with attention to safety for the residents

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Wildfire north of Nederland

There is a wildfire north of Nederland. Evacuations for the Peak to Peak Highway to Ridge Road. Evacuation Point is located at Nederland High School, 597 Eldora Road in Nederland. We will continue to update here as we gain more information.

Prescribed Burn at Heil Valley Ranch Today

Boulder County Parks and Open Space and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Wildland Fire Management Program will begin the Overlook prescribed burn at Heil Valley Ranch today, October 28. Smoke will be visible in the area west of North Foothills

City of Boulder Prescribed Burn: October 19-31

The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department and Boulder Fire-Rescue are planning to conduct an 85-acre prescribed burn to reduce the fire danger for south Boulder residents and to improve the health of city open space

Disaster Assistance for Tornado

We’ve posted the contact list of the agencies offering support at the Disaster Assistance Center in Berthoud on Tuesday night for those affected by the tornado on June 4th: http://52.222.109.189/disaster-assistance/. For future reference, the page can also be found under the “Emergency Status”

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Eldorado Springs Public Message

Everbridge notifications are being sent to residents in the Kneale Subdivision, the town of Eldorado Springs, Eldorado Canyon State Park, and Marshall of potential for flooding and evacuation. Residents are advised the potential for evacuation exists in the overnight hours

South Boulder Creek – Flood Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Advisory for South Boulder Creek in Eldorado Springs. The Flood Advisory will continue through Tuesday (6/9/15). Banks are full near Eldorado Springs. Thunderstorms and/or spring runoff as the snow melts at higher

Boulder EOC Closing

NWS advises that storm action is south and east of the county. The storms will move into the area around 11 p.m. to midnight and be should light to moderate. Watches are still in effect and will hold through their

Flash Flood Watch – Four Mile Burn

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Boulder County between 6000 and 9000 feet of elevation. The Watch will remain in effect through Tuesday afternoon. The Four Mile Burn area is included in the Flash Flood

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Flash Flood Watch

The National Weather Service has issues a Flash Flood Watch for Boulder County. This includes the City of Boulder and Boulder County. Forecast rainfall: Heavy rainfall of 0.40″ to 1.20″ in 10-30 minutes will be possible with individual thunderstorm cells

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