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City of Greeley Presenting Information on the Impact the High Park Fire Could Have on It’s Water Supply

The Greeley City Council will hear a report at 5 p.m. today, June 12 regarding the current and possible impacts of the High Park Fire on Greeley’s water supply. The presentation will cover the challenges to Greeley’s water supply and the actions the City is currently taking and will take in the future to ensure that the community’s water resources are safe for residents and other water customers.

The presentation is open to the public at 919 7th Street in Greeley at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12. The presentation will also be available as follows:

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High Park Fire looking North towards Ted's Place and entrance to Poudre Canyon from the summit of Goat Hill, 9am 6/11.
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New Evacuations Ordered for Entire Pingree Park Road Area Residents, High Park Fire Is 5 Percent Contained

The High Park Fire is 5% contained, but 25 new evacuation orders were sent at 12:38 p.m. Evacuation orders have been issued for the entire Pingree Park Road area, to include Hourglass and Comanche Reservoirs, east on the Buckhorn Road up to and including Pennock Pass, northeast to the intersection of Stove Prairie Road and Highway 14, and west to the intersection of Highway 14 and Pingree Park Road.

All evacuated citizens may go to The McKee building at The Ranch at I25 and Crossroads Boulevard.

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High Park Fire: Health Advisory

Coaches, organizations, day camps and more have been really smart in rescheduling, relocating and flat out canceling strenuous activities since the High Park Fire. Here’s how the air looks today.

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Smoke from High Park Fire
Smoke from High Park Fire
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High Park Fire at 5% Containment [UPDATED 10:21am]

The High Park Fire is at about 5% containment, and officials hope to have the wildfire that is now at over 43,000 acres at 10% containment by the end of the day. This is according to 9news.com

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Many Horses Have Been Evacuated Due to The High Park Fire

The Larimer County Sheriff's Office said the High Park Fire has burned more than 43,000 acres now and damaged or destroyed 118 structures. More than 100 horses that have been evacuated from the fire, are at the Ranch. If you want to help,

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What Will You Do to Help the High Park Fire?

I received a Facebook message from Rachel Hassel from Recycled Cycles last night. Its contents didn't surprise me.

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High Park Fire map as of Monday, June 11, 2012 8:30 p.m.
Google Earth via Larimer County
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High Park Fire Has Burned 41,140 Acres as of Monday Evening, Evacuations Remain in Place

The High Park Fire burning 15 miles west of Fort Collins has now burned an estimated 41,140 acres and it continues to grow. On Monday, firefighters were able to anchor the SW corner of the fire, which will help start to establish fire line. Air support helped firefighters make ground on south and northeast corner of fire. The Colorado fire remains at 0% contained Monday night. Weather Tuesday is expected to be warmer and drier with winds out of the southwest and gusts up to about 18 mph.
Evacuation orders remain in place for the following areas:

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High Park Fire with firefighters on ground
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Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Confirms One Death in the High Park Fire

Sad news this afternoon as we learn the Larimer County Sheriff's office is confirming that there has been one death in the High Park Fire as of Monday afternoon.

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City of Greeley Recreation Monitoring Greeley Air Quality Closely as High Park Fire Smoke Travels

As the smoke from the High Park Fire continues to travel, the City of Greeley is closely monitoring it's air quality, especially for citizens and kids participating in outdoor recreation activities. Poor air quality could cause breathing difficulties in Greeley and Weld County, especially for people susceptible to respiratory conditions.

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Thrift store clothing
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Fort Collins Thrift Store, Other Organizations Offer Clothing and Household Items to Those Affected by the High Park Fire

So many kind folks are reaching out to help our neighbors. Second Chance Thrift and Second Chance Veterans Charity are opening their doors to those that have been affected by the High Park Fire. They have an abundance of clothing and household items that they are willing to donate to those displaced by the fire.

If you cam help, any donations of clothing or household items will be greatly appreciated to help in this cause. Other local organizations are also collecting items and are here to help.

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High Park Fire smoke in Fort Collins
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High Park Fire [PICTURES]

Many people are taking pictures of the High Park Fire burning just 15 miles west of Fort Collins and growing. As of Monday afternoon the fire has moved into Lory State Park. We found Istagram picture of the High Park Fire.

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High Park Fire smoke over Fort Collins area
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100 Structures Damaged or Destroyed in the High Park Fire, Lightning Suspected to be the Cause

At least 100 structures have been damaged or destroyed, mostly in the Rist Canyon area as the High Park Fire continues to spread in Colorado. Officials say that some structures may have been damaged in other areas including Poudre Park, Soldier Canyon and Mill Canyon.

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