Homeowners and residents who live on Timberline Road, Horseshoe Trail, Tungsten Road, Switzerland Trail off Boulder Canyon (near Horseshoe Trail), west along Ridge Road from the zero to 1100 block (generally west of Hurricane Hill) and Boulder Canyon between Nederland town limits and Hurricane Hill will be allowed to permanently return to their homes at 3 p.m. today.
The reason for the delay until 3 p.m. is that substantial fire fighting resources need to be pulled off of Boulder Canyon Road at Hurricane Hill, and the implementation of that movement will take until 3 p.m.
Other Road Information
- Ridge Road remains closed from the 1200 block to the 2600 block.
- Cold Springs Road in its entirety remains closed.
- Boulder Canyon/SH119 will remain closed to all traffic between Hurricane Hill and Summer Road in order for fire operations to continue.
- Boulder Canyon westbound beyond Sugarloaf is still a soft closure – residents will need ID/proof of residents
From Nederland, residents can drive east on 119 up to Hurricane Hill, and from Boulder, residents can drive west on 119 to Boulder Falls (Summer Access). No traffic will be allowed through the section from Boulder Falls to Hurricane Hill.
As of 11 a.m. this morning, as previously announced, residents who live in the 2600 – 5300 block of Ridge Road, Thunder Ridge Road, Conifer Road, Cougar Run, Alpine Vista, Shady Hollow, Shady Hollow Court, Rocky Knob Lane, and the 2300 block of Cold Spring Road were allowed to permanently return home, as all fire operations have moved west of the Saint-Anton Highlands and Falls Pointe subdivisions. The only ingress and egress into the Saint-Anton Highlands and Falls Pointe subdivisions will be via Summer Road.
Trash and Spoiled Food Disposal: The Nederland Transfer station will be accepting spoiled food, general trash, and recyclables and is open for extended hours from 8 a.m.– 6 p.m., Wednesday, July 13 to Sunday, July 17