Level 2 fire restrictions are now in effect for all areas of unincorporated Boulder County

2020-10-12 13:00:54

Level 2 Fire Restrictions – Unincorporated Boulder County

“The inclusion of eastern Boulder County is due to high fire danger caused by very low humidity levels and above normal daytime temperatures, with no significant relief in the forecast.

In addition, we are still concerned about the firefighting and law enforcement resources while we have the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and continue to take a proactive measures to protect the health, safety and welfare of our residents and first responders.”

View what is prohibited in the link from Boulder County Sheriff’s Office.

Level 2 fire restrictions are now in effect for all areas of unincorporated Boulder County

Boulder County, Colo. – Sheriff Joe Pelle has amended the Level 2 Fire Restrictions, effective immediately, Monday October 12, to include all areas of unincorporated Boulder County. The inclusion of eastern Boulder County is due to high fire danger caused by very low humidity levels and above normal…