Updates regarding the Indian Gulch Fire near Golden, Colorado, are being posted to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Emergency Update page at http://jeffcosheriff1.blogspot.com/. Jefferson County officials are also posting information on Twitter using @JeffcoColorado (http://twitter.com/jeffcocolorado). The City of Golden (@CityofGolden) is also posting fire updates to http://cityofgolden.net/News.asp?NewsID=830. In addition, the Colorado State Forest Service is posting updates on the Indian Gulch Fire on their site at http://csfs.colostate.edu/. With the arrival of the Type I Incident Management Team, the Indian Gulch Fire has been added to Inciweb at http://inciweb.org/incident/2158/. For fire info/discussion from media, public and local elected officials via Twitter using the hashtag #goldenfire. To follow this discussion thread, go to http://search.twitter.com/ and search for: #goldenfire
On March 21, the Federal Emergency Management Agency Region VIII approved a Fire Management Assistance Grant for the Indian Gulch Fire. For more information on the FMAG Program, check out the FEMA's FMAG Factsheet.
NOTE: In Colorado, FMAG requests and fire suppression support is administered by the Colorado State Forest Service.
For the latest regarding weather conditions, the National Weather Service has established an Indian Gulch Fire Briefing page. In addition, for the latest conditions across Colorado, be sure to check the National Weather Service - Colorado Weather Page. For information regarding current fire ban status across Colorado, check http://cofireban.info/.