Press Release from Stuart Hole Fire Public Information Officer
The Stuart Hole Fire saw little growth overnight and is currently at 200+ acres with 0% containment. There have now been two to three out building structures damaged but no residences have been damaged at this point.
Management of the fire has been transitioned to a Type 3 management team today. Tony Simons of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office Emergency Services group will continue as incident commander heading up the management team.
It is anticipated the weather may be a little cooler today but strong SE winds up to 30 to 40 mph are possible.
We continue to utilize the type 3 helicopter and the SEAT (Single Engine Air Tanker). Requests have been made for a Type 1 helicopter and a Type 1 heavy tanker for today.
Additional hand crews will be on scene today bringing the number of personnel working the fire to over 100.
No injuries have been reported.
Travel on roads in the area of CR82E and CR80C is being restricted to residents and their assistants only.
Evacuations remain in place for 13 homes in the Boxer Ranch subdivision along Boxer Ranch Road. 53 homes north and south of CR82E between CR80C and CR67J are still on alert and should be prepared to evacuate if needed. The evacuation center is located at the Livermore Community Hall at 1985 West CR74E.
Large animals from the evacuation area can be taken to the Ranch at I-25 & Crossroads Boulevard. Pets and small animals can be taken to the Larimer Human Society.
Residents can obtain the latest information by calling the Larimer County Emergency line at 970-498-5500 or by following @larimersheriff on Twitter. Updates are also available on www.larimersheriff.org as well as www.larimer.org/emergency.
Residents who are not already signed up to receive emergency notifications on their cell phones can do so at www.leta911.org.
Updates can also be obtained by following @larimersheriff or @larimercounty or hashtag #stuartholefire on Twitter.