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The fire ban has been extended to ALL MOUNTAIN AREAS west of the North and South Foothills Highways to the County Line (Continental Divide).
Campfires in established campfire rings, in maintained and staffed campgrounds are allowed. Gas and charcoal grills on private property are also allowed.
6/12/13 10:00 a.m.
No fires in Boulder County at this time.
Boulder County has enacted a fire ban starting June 12, 2013 at 1200 hours. Click here to read the news release:
The smoke plume that may be visible over northwest Boulder County is from the Big Meadows fire that started June 10 in Rocky Mountain National Park. This fire is in Grand County west of the Continental Divide. At this time there is no threat to Boulder County. Boulder County Emergency Services and the Office of Emergency Management are monitoring the situation.