Colorado Wildfire Information

With a dry summer season expected in Colorado, it's important that residents stay up to date with the latest information about wildfires in their regions and learn about how to prepare and keep safe if a wildfire is in your area. Below are some helpful resources, maps and phone numbers to make sure you are informed and prepared.

UPDATE: High Park Fire Resources

A wildfire is burning in the High Park area outside Fort Collins. At this point, the fire has burned 37,000 acres and destroyed nearly 100 structures. Anyone interesting in lending a hand is encouraged to get in touch with the Northern Colorado Red Cross by calling 211.

If you have information that can be helpful if posted in this space, please email it to ryan_johnson@bennet.senate.gov

Larimer County Sheriff's Department

Fort Collins Coloradoan: "How to Help"

Denver Post High Park fire updates via Storify

High Park fire perimiter map (Denver Post)

7NEWS Live Video Feed

Radio: KUNC 91.5 has established a low power signal to provide updates to Northern Colorado.

Forest Service Information Hotline 719-553-1640

U.S. Forest Service Incident Information System

Colorado Division of Emergency Management: Fire Information

FEMA's Guide for Before, During and After Wildfires

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: Air Quality Information

National Interagency Fire Center

How to Protect your Home, Property and Forest from Wildfire

Outdoor Safety to Prevent Wildfires

  • Washington Office
    202-224-5852
  • Denver Office
    303-455-7600
  • Pueblo Office
    719-542-7550
  • Alamosa Office
    719-587-0096
  • Eagle County Office
    970-433-1361
  • Colorado Springs Office
    719-328-1100
  • Fort Collins Office
    970-224-2200
  • Grand Junction Office
    970-241-6631
  • Durango Office
    970-259-1710