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UPDATE 4:30 pm, Tuesday, Nov. 19.

The fire is currently at 115 acres and is 11 percent contained. 150 personnel are working the fire with more personnel ordered.

Mandatory evacuations have been ordered along Highway 36 from approximately mile marker 9, south to the Boulder County line, including Big Elk Meadows and Pinewood Springs.

Wildfire in the area of Little Valley. Mandatory Evacuations have been ordered for residents and business occupants in the area of Little Valley due to immediate and imminent danger. Evacuate the area immediately and as quickly as possible. Do not delay leaving to gather belongings or make efforts to protect your home or business. Evacuate to the Estes Park Event Center at 1125 Rooftop Way. Evacuating immediately not only supports your safety, but also allows emergency crews better access to the area.

Resources for the Kruger Rock Fire

Information and Resources

Larimer County Sheriff is the agency in charge of this fire.

Larimer County/Sheriff's Joint Information Center is open. Call 970-980-2500 for the most up-to-date information.

Fire web page:



Evacuation Information


For evacuation updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone

Boulder County updates and alert subscriptions

Red Cross is operating an evacuation resource center at 1125 Rooftop Way - at the Town's Event Center.

YMCA is offering lodging/food to evacuees - call 970-586-3341.

Small pets welcome.

Small animals may be evacuated to the Larimer Humane Society, 3501 E. 71st Street, Loveland & large animals to The Ranch, 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland. Visit for more info.

Estes Park Power and Communications Outages

Power outage map:

Visitor Information from Visit Estes Park


Visit for state highway info

Currently Colorado State Patrol has closed Highway 36 in both directions from Mall Road to Apple Valley Road except for fire resources and evacuations. US 36 updates, specifically, at:,39.03369,6?show=roadWork,roadReports,wazeReports,weatherWarnings,chainLaws,restrictions

Colorado State Patrol updates for Larimer County state highways:


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