Colorado Daily Status Report July 29

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National Wildfire Preparedness Level 3NIFC Sit ReportDefinition of Levels
Rocky Mountain Preparedness Level 2 RMCC Morning Intelligence * Sit Report
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status
Duty Officer: (303) 472-4046
The State Emergency Operations Center remains activated at Level IV - monitoring - for heavy rain and flash flood potential over the next 36 hours. 

Elk Springs Fire
Date of Incident:
Saturday, July 26
1.4 miles south of US Highway 40, Southeast of Elk Springs
450 acres as of July 28
None Reported
Damaged Structures:
None Reported
BLM Squad 1-1, 2 Juniper Valley Crews, Roosevelt Hot Shots, and Wyoming Hot Shots
County and State Engines
2 Air Attack modules
5 Single Engine Air Tankers (SEATs)
1 Heavy Air Tanker (available on call)
1 Helicopter
Information Sources: – Colorado Wildfire Watch App Android - Apple
State Resources:
DFPC West Regional FMO assigned as ICT3 on Elk Springs Fire
DFPC Colorado River Regional FMO providing on-site support and assistance to Moffat County on the Elk Springs Fire.
DHSEM Regional Field manager is supporting and monitoring the incident.

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.