State EOC Remains Activated in Support of Beulah Hill Fire


The State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) remains activated at a Level III in support of the Beulah Hill Fire.  The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has two regional field managers providing technical assistance and support to the Pueblo EOC.  The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control has nine staff members and several air craft providing direct support to the fire.

Fire Facts

Incident NameBeulah Hill Fire
Incident Start DateOctober 3, 2016
Location/CountyPueblo County, near Beuhlah Valley
Acres5,000-5,500  Acres
Containment0% Containment
EvacuationsEvacuations and Pre-Evacuations in place
Fatalities/InjuriesNone reported.
Structures Lost8 structures destroyed
ResourcesPueblo County First Response Agencies, Colorado DFPC Fire Management Officer, DHSEM Regional Field Manager, State EOC Activated at Level III
DeclarationsPueblo County Disaster Declaration Issued | State of Colorado Disaster Declaration
FundingState of Colorado Resource Mobilization Fund approved. Emergency Fire Fund approved on 10/4/2016, Fire Management Assistance Grant approved by FEMA on 10/4/2016.
Information SourcesPueblo County Sheriff: Twitter: @PuebloCtySO or Facebook Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office and

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