Every morning fire managers meet to discuss the plan for the day, weather, expected fire behavior and any other issues that everyone needs to be aware of. This year of course, that meeting is done largely through videoconferencing. Pacific Northwest Team 2 usually starts the meeting with “leader’s intent.”
It’s a statement from the Incident Commander about why we are doing whatever it is we are doing. This morning Incident Commander Rob Allen reminded everyone that getting people back to their homes is the "why" of why we are working today.
Cameron Peak Fire Information: 970-541-1008
Larimer County Joint Information Center: 970-980-2500
East Troublesome – Grand Zone: 970-445-2910
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Crockpot and Slow Cooker Food Safety Important Slow Cooker Food Safety Tips… Do not lift the lid unnecessarily during the cooking cycle. Each time the lid is raised, the internal temperature drops 10 – 15 degrees. It takes approximately 20 minutes to recover the lost heat, which extends the requ…
Mental Health Partners (MHP) is offering free, virtual events on coping skills,…
Mental Health Partners (MHP) is offering free, virtual events on coping skills, information, and hope during COVID-19. Individuals and communities have reported increased mental health concerns, such as anxiety, stress, burnout, and fear, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on all areas of daily lives. In response, MHP is offering a variety of free, virtual events for community members to receive support and resources, as well as build key coping skills during this challenging and unprecedented time. The first event this month is tomorrow. Registration for all events is now open! Events are open to all to receive support. http://ow.ly/Jixl50CAUkk
Got debris? #CameronPeakFire – the Larimer County Landfill is accepting fire de…
#CameronPeakFire – the Larimer County Landfill is accepting fire debris through June 30, 2021. There are special handling instructions for fire debris transport.
Please visit the Landfill homepageat larimer.org/solidwaste to see the Fire Debris Disposal alert banner, at the top of the page. Or call the business office at 970-498-5760 with questions.
For updates on landfill closures and changes to restrictions, you can also text Fire Debris to 56525.
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