Colorado State EOC Remains Activated Supporting Wildfire Incidents

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The Colorado State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) remains activated at Level II.  Level II operations means that the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) is coordinating with one or more state agencies or non-governmental organizations to support the incident, including resource requests and other technical assistance.

Fast Facts: Colorado Wildland Fires

Name of Fire# AcresContainmentCounty
Spring Fire105,70435%Costilla | Huerfano
416 Fire54,12945%La Plata
Burro Fire4,59340%Montezuma
Weston Pass Fire12,90217%Park
Sugarloaf Fire1,2450%Grand
Chateau Fire1,42391%Teller
Chedsey Fire4575%Jackson
Lake Christine Fire5,2630%Eagle
Adobe Fire8572%Custer
Divide 2 Fire11,93010%Moffat

The State of Colorado includes 66.7 million acres of land. As of 10 a.m. on July 6, 2018 197,319 acres were impacted by fires or less than 1% of the total lands within the state.

Current Colorado Fire Map

The Colorado DHSEM maintains the Current Colorado Fire Map below.  It was last updated at 10 p.m.. on July 6, 2018

To use the map:

  • Click the square in the top left corner to open the map legend.
  • Click the square in the top right corner to fully open the map and use it interactively.
  • Click on the map icons inside the map for details on the fire or shelter, including information links.