The National Weather Service has canceled the Flash Flood Warning issued for the Calwood burn area. First responders monitoring the area during the rain event reported no impacts. We have confirmed with the National Weather Service that the weather threat has subsided and the Flash Flood Warning has been canceled... read more →
See Marshall Fire Recovery for resources and information on the Marshall Fire.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for the Calwood Burn Area. First responders are in the area evaluating and if you are in the area please stay aware of your surroundings. If you encounter flash flooding climb to higher ground and do not attempt to drive... read more →
Emergency crews have driven through the flash flood warning area and are not seeing any impacts--no flash flooding or debris flows. We are unsure how much longer the flash flood warning will stay in effect. Moderate rain is expected throughout the evening and we will work with the National Weather... read more →
Flash Flood warning in Cal-Wood burn scar and Jamestown areas until 7:15 pm. St. Vrain is experiencing an increase in water flow, as are other waterways. No flooding is occurring now--emergency crews are monitoring the situation.
The National Weather Service has let us know that the smoke in Boulder County is primarily drifting into Colorado from the Pipeline Fire near Flagstaff, AZ, which ignited yesterday. Most of the smoke is currently elevated and not near the surface, except in the high country, but expect increased surface... read more →
On Monday, June 6, the outdoor siren system will be tested. Sirens will sound in Boulder, Erie, Lafayette, and Lyons. A silent test will be conducted in Eldorado Springs, Jamestown, Louisville, and Superior. The test will occur twice at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. The outdoor emergency sirens system warns... read more →
Press release issued by the Boulder County Sheriff's Office: Boulder County, Colo. - Shortly after 3:00 p.m., the Boulder County Communications Center received a report of smoke near the 5,000 block of Nelson Road, in unincorporated Boulder County. First responders arrived on scene to a grass fire, which grew to... read more →
An "All Clear" has been issued for the area(s) of 51st to 65th and Nelson to Neva. Public safety officials have determined there is no life, safety, or property threat from the fire. You may return home to all routine activities. #TableMountainFire
There are road closures in the fire area. North Foothills and Nelson (eastbound). 55th and Nelson. 63rd & Nelson. Prospect and 63rd. Please continue to avoid the area to give first responders room to work.