There are over 400 people responding to the Cameron Peak Fire and some of them are right here in Fort Collins at the Incident Base on the west end of Laporte. This is where responders (including some from PFA) check in before going to the scene. They receive assignments and some supplies before heading up the canyon. The Incident Management Team lives and works at the base. They make sure the responders have all the resources they need. The team also communicates with the public. 👉 Look to the team at Cameron Peak Fire Facebook page for official fire updates. They provide multiple daily briefings. Thank you to all the responders on scene as well as the people at the base supporting them. #CameronPeakFire #CameronPeakFireCo #FortCollins
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O’Dea Core Knowledge Elementary School put together “love buckets” to send home …
O’Dea Core Knowledge Elementary School put together “love buckets” to send home with students before they left for remote learning.⠀
Below is a parents note of gratitude.⠀
Thanks so much for the sweet,
We’re all sad about the upcoming weeks, but I’m confident in the kids’ teachers and I know we will get through it.⠀
Thank you for all your hard, hard work!! We can’t wait to have the kids see you in person again.⠀
An O’Dea parent.⠀
#PSDtogether #PSDcares #PSDconnected
Some good news today! Thank you so much to everyone who tirelessly fought this f…
Some good news today! Thank you so much to everyone who tirelessly fought this fire, supported the months-long effort, and worked to help the many community members affected by it. We are so very, very grateful for you!
After 112 days, we are happy to share that the Cameron Peak Fire is 100% contained. We have all traveled a long road together; this evening, we breathe a collective sigh of relief with you. Rest well tonight.
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