Colorado Daily Status Report July 2

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National Wildfire Preparedness Level 2NIFC Sit ReportDefinition of Levels
Rocky Mountain Preparedness Level 1 RMCC Morning Intelligence * Sit Report
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status
Duty Officer: (303) 472-4046
Emergency Operations Center (SEOC):  The SEOC is activated at Level IV.  This is a low level virtual activation to provide for monitoring and support for flooding, mud/landslide, fire and weather concerns.

Eightmile Fire
Date of Incident:
June 23, 2014
Fremont County, 6 miles northeast of CaƱon City on Federal land.
528 acres
65% of the perimeter that can be contained is 100% contained. The remaining 35% of the fire perimeter is in rocky, unsafe terrain; therefore, no boots were put on the ground. However, this area does contain natural barriers and has been lined with fire retardant.
All pre-evacuation notices have been lifted
Phantom Canyon road (CR 67) is closed between mile markers 4.5 and 12.1.
Total Personnel 299: 1 Type 1 Helicopter; 2 Type 3 Helicopters; Air Attack; 2 SEATS; 2 DFPC Fire Management Officers, 1 DHSEM Field Manager
Information Updates:
The Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team B will be transitioning the management of the fire back to a local Type IV team at 6:00 am Thursday, July 3, 2014.

*This will be the last day the Eightmile Fire status will be shared in the Colorado Daily Status Report. *

Mesa County – West Salt Creek Landslide
Date of Incident:
Saturday, May 25
Collbran, Co
Area Impacted:
4 miles long, 2 miles wide and up to 250 feet deep.
Information Sources:
USGS, Colorado Geological Survey, and DHSEM Regional Field Manager providing direct technical support, continued monitoring and coordination of resources.