Following another day of favorable conditions and reduced evacuation orders, the Joint Information Center will reduce operating hours for the weekend. If you have questions about evacuations in Larimer County, shelter for evacuees or animals, or access into evacuation areas inside Larimer County, the JIC will be staffed from 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday and Sunday. 970-980-2500

Following another day of favorable conditions and reduced evacuation orders, the Joint Information Center will reduce operating hours for the weekend. If you have questions about evacuations, shelter for evacuees or animals, or access into evacuation areas, the JIC will be staffed from 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday and Sunday. 970-980-2500

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for County Road 44H from Moody Hill west to Pennock Pass. Residents in this area may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for the area along County Road 43 from Streamside Drive east to Storm Mountain Road. Residents in this area may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for the west side of County Road 27 from the Bobcat Ridge Natural Area north to County Road 44H. Residents in these areas may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information from the Estes Park Police. Fire officials have downgraded mandatory evacuations to voluntary evacuations for the west side of the Estes Valley. Residents on the west side of Estes Park may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information for multiple areas. Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fire officials have lifted voluntary evacuations for the following areas: Highway 7 to Allenspark, Highway 7 east to Panorama Peak, the Estes Valley east of the Marys Lake Road corridor east of the Elm Road corridor and east of the Fall River corridor, Highway 34 from Mall Road to the Dam Store, County Road 31D from Sylvan Dale to Ellis Ranch, the Crosier Mountain area north of Highway 34, and County Road 43 west of Glen Haven to Estes Park. Residents and business occupants in the areas mentioned are no longer under any restrictions. To view maps of the evacuation areas, please visit nocoalert.org. Thank you for your cooperation during this large-scale event. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for the Paradise Park and Moody Hill areas off of County Road 44H west of County Road 27. Residents in these areas may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for the Monument Gulch and Pingree Park area. Residents from the Poudre Springs Subdivision and those north along the Pingree Park Road to Highway 14, including Monument Gulch, may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#EastTroublesomeFire Evac Update: Reminder – you may call the Joint Information Center at 970-980-2500 (8a-5p) with questions about evacuation areas, roadblocks & closures, shelter assistance for you & your animals, etc. You may also visit https://www.larimer.org/cpf

#CameronPeakFire Damage Assessment Update: Message for Crystal Mountain residents who are planning to go up to the area Wednesday (10/28). Meet at the Masonville Mercantile at 8am. There is a nearby church with a parking lot if more space is needed. Try to take as few vehicles as possible per property to limit traffic into the area and plan extra time for the escort in. Prepare for winter driving conditions, 4×4 vehicles, chains if available. The LCSO and Fire Crew will escort people in and ensure the way is cleared. Trees continue to fall across the roads that need to be cleared daily. Once in the area, people will be able to visit properties without escort and leave the area as they wish.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for the east side of County Road 27 from Masonville to the Stove Prairie School. Residents in that area may return home. Please be sure to have proper identification, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with evacuation updates from the Estes Park Police. Fire officials have downgraded mandatory evacuations to voluntary evacuations for the following areas: the Estes Valley east of the Marys Lake Road corridor, east of the Elm Road corridor and east of the Fall River Road corridor. The snow has calmed but not extinguished the East Troublesome and Cameron Peak fires. Anyone on voluntary evacuation status who chooses to return to the Estes Valley should remain prepared for mandatory evacuations if fire conditions change. Services may be limited in the Estes Valley and while snowplows are working, road conditions are poor. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. For a clear understanding of the downgrade changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#CameronPeakFire Damage Assessment Update
Property owners who have been contacted about known structure losses will be able to start bringing insurance adjusters to their properties later this week as conditions allow. Some areas will require firefighter escorts, and those will only be available at specific times. The Stringtown, Moondance, Windsong, Windy Ridge, Owl Hollow and Crystal Mountain areas will require escorted access. Crystal Mountain access will be on Wednesday, residents and adjusters should meet at the Masonville Mercantile parking lot by 8 a.m. Stringtown, Moondance, Windsong, Windy Ridge, and Owl Hollow access will be on Thursday, residents and adjusters should meet at the Masonville Mercantile parking lot by 8 a.m. People who own property in these specific areas who have not been contacted by the Damage Assessment Team should provide updated contact information to oem@larimer.org with the subject Stringtown/Moondance/Crystal Mountain Contact Info. For all other areas, normal access procedures will continue.

#CameronPeakFire Evac Update: Storm Mountain Road is closed for the day due to motor vehicle accidents / poor road conditions.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have lifted evacuations along both sides of County Road 27 from the Stove Prairie School north to Stove Prairie Landing. Residents in that area may return home and are no longer under any restrictions. To view a map of the evacuation areas, please visit nocoalert.org. Thank you for your cooperation during this large-scale event. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with evacuation updates. Fire officials have downgraded mandatory evacuations to voluntary evacuations for the following areas: Highway 7 to Allenspark, the east side of Highway 7 east to Panorama Peak, and Highway 34 from Mall Road to Drake. Residents and business occupants in those areas may return to their homes and businesses. Please be sure to have proper identification to show residency in those areas, as only residents and business occupants will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. For a clear understanding of the downgrade changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#CameronPeakFire Evac Update: A fire truck slid off the road on Storm Mountain delaying access to the area. Please wait an hour or so before heading that way to allow time to clear the road. Travel conditions are worsening on Stove Prairie Rd. & 4×4 vehicle is needed for access

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have lifted evacuations for the following areas: All of Redstone Canyon and Otter Road, Highway 14 from Kelly Flats to the Larimer/Jackson County line, Highway 14 north to County Road 86, County Road 103 north to the Tunnel Campground, and Old Roach (from the Mullen Fire). Residents in these areas are no longer under any restrictions. Thank you for your cooperation during this large-scale event. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#EastTroublesomeFire Evac Update: The Red Cross is now reporting that all three previously established evacuation sites are still open. Evacuees can go to the Embassy Suites in Loveland (4705 Clydesdale Pkwy), the Westminster City Parks/Rec Center (10455 Sheridan Blvd), and the Isle of Capri in Blackhawk (401 Main St).

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Fire officials have ordered Mandatory Evacuations along Highway 34 from Estes Park to Drake due to the East Troublesome Fire conditions. Residents and business occupants should evacuate the area immediately and as quickly as possible using eastbound Highway 34. Do not delay leaving to gather belongings or make efforts to protect your home or business. Evacuating immediately not only supports your safety, but also allows emergency crews better access to the area. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate information to that key word as needed. To view a map of the evacuations, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#EastTroublesomeFire Evac Update: Per the Red Cross, all evacuees needing shelter should go to the Isle of Capri, 401 Main St, Black Hawk, CO 80422. Red Cross is there and rooms are available.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s office with a clarification message. For those that just received the evacuation message for the eastern part of Estes Park, Highways 34 and 36 will be open for you to leave town. A closure on those highways will be put in place once all citizens have been evacuated. We apologize for any confusion the original message may have caused. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. The East Troublesome Fire officials have upgraded to Mandatory evacuations for the eastern side of Estes Park.  This is a large area that has a north border of Devils Gulch Road, west border of MacGregor Avenue, south border of Pierson Mountain, and east borders of Highways 34 and 36.  This will close Highway 34 at Sleepy Hollow Park, and close Highway 36 at approximately mile marker 8. Mandatory Evacuations have been ordered for residents and business occupants in the area due to immediate and imminent danger. Evacuate the area immediately and as quickly as possible. Do not delay leaving to gather belongings or make efforts to protect your home or business. Evacuating immediately not only supports your safety, but also allows emergency crews better access to the area.  For text updates, text the word TFIRE to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate information to that key word as needed. To view a map of the evacuation areas, please visit nocoalert.org.  Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.