Boulder County: Updated Information

Updated Information from Boulder Office of Emergency Management Emergency Status Page
 as of  7:35 p.m.:

Lyons Fire Contained, but Evacuees Still Awaiting Word on Evacuations

It is anticipated that the the evacuations will remain in effect for several hours as crews assess any potential for additional fire activity in the Lyons Stone Canyon area. Evacuees are advised to remain at the evacuation center until further notice. Information posted at 7:35 p.m.

Stone Canyon Fire Contained

Fire crews are reporting that the Stone Canyon Fire has been contained. Firefighters are still on the scene to monitor and address hot spots. The fire scorched about 20 acres. Evacuation Center officials are reporting that approximately 15 families are on scene, awaiting word about when they can safely return to their homes. Updates will be posted here as soon as they are available. Information posted at 7:20 p.m.

Highway 36 has been re-opened

The Colorado State Patrol has re-opened Highway 36, but motorists are advised to use caution because of high wind conditions. Information posted at 6:40 p.m.

Evacuation Information for Eagle Ridge Subdivision.

Evacuations have been ordered for the Eagle Ridge subdivision, and officials are re-routing traffic to 5th Avenue because of a downed power line at 1125 Stone Canyon Road. Information posted at 6:35 p.m.

Boulder Office of Emergency Mangement is also providing information on their Twitter feed @BoulderOEM.