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High Park Fire: 31 Homeowners Notified Their Homes Are Gone

In the latest press release from the Larimer County Sheriff’s office homeowners have been told about their property loses.

High Park Fire Sunday Afternoon
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the official word from on structure losses:

Officials are informing homeowners about fire damage as it becomes available and the priority will be getting this information to residents first.  To date, 31 homeowners from the Stratton Park, Pine Acres and parts of Poudre Canyon have been notified that their homes have been destroyed.  The assessment is still underway and this number will continue to grow.

evacuations:

  • The evacuation area south of CR38E from Gindler Ranch Road west to Milner Ranch Road is lifted.  Residents in this area need credentials to go through the roadblock, which can be obtained at The Ranch or at the roadblock in that area.
  • Evacuation orders were issued for the entire Pingree Park Road area, including Hourglass and Comanche Reservoir, East on Buckhorn Road up to and including Pennock Pass, northeast to the intersection of Stove Prairie Road and Highway 14, west to the intersection of Highway 14 and Pingree Park Road.
  • Residents of Poudre Canyon area including the Boyd Gulch/King’s Canyon area will be notified about the status of their property today at the end of the 3:00 p.m. Citizen Briefing.
  • Bonner Peaks Subdivision has been given the all-clear by fire officials which allows residents (RESIDENTS ONLY) to return home.  No special passes will be required for this area, so residents do NOT need to go to the ranch to get credentials.
  • Bonner Peaks Subdivision has been given the all-clear by fire officials which allows residents (RESIDENTS ONLY) to return home.  No special passes will be required for this area, so residents do NOT need to go to the ranch to get credentials.
  • Fire officials have issued an all-clear for the area of Big Bear Road, Bar D Ranch Road, south on the Buckhorn Road to the junction of the Masonville Road, northwest to include Alfalfa Way, Buckhorn Ridge Way and Running Brook Lane.  Residents in those areas may return home and passes will be available at the roadblocks in those areas.
  • CR29C is now open

road closures/opening’s:

  • Highway 14 from Ted’s Place to Stove Prairie Road
  • Highway 14 east of CR69
  • CR23 & Lodge Pole/Lory State Park
  • CR25E & CR54E
  • CR27 (Stove Prairie Road) south from Highway 14
  • CR27 (Stove Prairie Road) one mile south of CR44H (Buckhorn Road)
  • CR27 & CR38E
  • CR27 north of CR44H
  • CR38E and CR25E
  • CR44H (Buckhorn Road) west of CR27
  • CR52E (Rist Canyon Road) west of CR27E
  • CR52E (Rist Canyon Road) CR25E Bellvue
  • CR69 & Highway 14
  • Highway 287 is open

current acreage is at 49,763

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