High Park Fire

When the High Park Fire finished its rampage through the rural mountains of Larimer County, Colorado last summer, it left behind one person dead, over 87,000 acres of forest burned and thousands of lives shattered. But mountain people are tough, and they stick together and help their neighbors.
About 200 people went to stay at an evacuation center in a high school in nearby Estes Park after evacuations were ordered
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar surveyed the fire damage in Colorado Springs last week and urged residents to remain vigilant
“As we begin to transition to a rebuilding phase of the wildfire response, the federal family will continue to bring all
Read Hickenlooper's full executive order here. Days of record heat, high winds and unseasonable dryness produced a surge
The possibility of flash flooding and mudslides in areas affected by wildfires are of extra concern due to the ground being
To date in 2012, more than 173,000 acres have already burned in Colorado, destroying more than 600 homes and taken six lives
As the firefighters increased containment of High Park Fire, they began to share their resources with the other multiple
High Park Fire: The largest of the Colorado fires currently burning is now the second largest fire in state history and was
Residents who live in areas where property damage has occurred can call 970-619-4086 to find out the status of their home