The State EOC Remains Activated at Level II Operations Supporting Multiple Wildland Fire Incidents

The State Emergency Operations Center remains activated at Level II operation to support multiple incident across the state.  These are listed below.  The '*' indicates the final report for the fire due to reaching full/final containment or being transitioned back to the local fire unit.

The name of each fire has been hyperlinked (connected) the primary information source so that you can check the progress in between our State EOC reports.  We also post new information on our social media accouts:  Twitter @COEmergency [] or Facebook COEmergency [].  You do not need to have an account with Twitter or Facebook to access the information, simply click the web address above to view the updates.

Name of Fire# AcresContainmentCounty
Spring Fire107,62770%Costilla | Huerfano
Weston Pass Fire13,01952%Park
Sugarloaf Fire1,24620%Grand
Lake Christine Fire5,91631%Eagle
Divide Fire*19,95580%Moffat
416 Fire*54,12950%La Plata
Burro Fire*4,59350%Montezuma
Thornburg Fire*1,636100%Moffat
Tabeguache Fire50010%Montrose
Ridgetop Fire*15070%Rio Blanco
Fawn Fire4500%Rio Blanco

Current Colorado Wildfire Map

Click on the icons in the map for details on each fire.  The legend is available by clicking the box in the upper left hand corner of the map and the map fully expands to be interactive by clicking the square in the upper right hand corner.