Clear Creek County Fire Restrictions
November 10, 2020 – Clear Creek County lands are now reopen for recreational use and remain under a Stage I Fire Ban and Stage II USFS fire ban remains in place across the entire Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland.
A Stage 2 fire ban means no open flames are allowed, including charcoal grills, wood stoves, and fire pits. Gas powered cooking stoves with an on off switch are permitted. In Clear Creek County, the Stage 2 fire ban includes a no recreational shooting restriction but hunting with a license is allowed.
Learn more about the County Stage I Fire Ban
Plan your adventure in advance by visiting the official Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests website to find maps, closure orders and restrictions for the area you intent to visit, and always have a backup plan in case the area you intended to go is too crowded or is closed. TheLeave No Trace and Care for Colorado websites provide helpful information on ways to care for our public lands.
October 22, 2020 – Clear Creek County lands are temporarily closed for recreational use (hunting included) and under a Stage II Fire Ban and Stage III USFS Fire Ban – Learn more about the County Stage II Fire Ban and the USFS Stage III Fire Ban
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Clear Creek County Fire Authority
681 County Road 308
PO Box 507 Dumont, CO 80436
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