South Platte Ranger District Plans Prescribed Burning for Areas in Park, Jeffco

27 Jan 2023 14:29 #11 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 1/27/2023

Location: Harris Park Unit #2, Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn.

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, B11-1, & Engineer 11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 450 piles at Hatch, 0 at Harris Park, and 20 at Kelsey-Gunn.

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch. Residences along CR-43 (Deer Creek Road) for Harris Park, and the CR-126 Corridor near Kelsey Campground.

Patrol Status: South Platte resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: South Platte resources will patrol over the weekend of 1/28/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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28 Jan 2023 13:19 #12 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 1/28/2023

Location: Harris Park Unit #2, Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 and Cooperators.

Number of piles still smoldering: 425 piles at Hatch, 0 at Harris Park, and 20 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch. Residences along CR-43 (Deer Creek Road) for Harris Park, and the CR-126 Corridor

Patrol Status: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 resources will patrol piles on 1/29

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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30 Jan 2023 15:33 #13 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 1/30/2023

Location: Harris Park Unit #2, Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 200 piles at Hatch, 0 at Harris Park, and 20 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch. Residences along CR-43 (Deer Creek Road) for Harris Park, and the CR-126 Corridor

Patrol Status: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 resources will patrol piles on 1/31

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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01 Feb 2023 12:19 #14 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 2/1/2023

Location: Harris Park Unit #2, Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 100 piles at Hatch, 0 at Harris Park, and 18 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch. Residences along CR-43 (Deer Creek Road) for Harris Park, and the CR-126 Corridor

Patrol Status: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2 resources will patrol piles on 2/1/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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02 Feb 2023 16:05 #15 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 2/2/2023

Location: Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 3 piles at Hatch, and 10 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch and the CR-126 Corridor for Kelsey Gun

Patrol Status: District 11 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: District 11 resources will patrol piles on 2/3/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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03 Feb 2023 16:27 #16 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 2/3/2023

Location: Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, E-11-1, E-11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 1 piles at Hatch, and 10 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch and the CR-126 Corridor for Kelsey Gun

Patrol Status: District 11 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: District 11 resources will patrol piles on 2/4/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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04 Feb 2023 09:26 #17 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 2/4/2023

Location: Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: E-11-1, E-11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 1 piles at Hatch, and 5 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch and the CR-126 Corridor for Kelsey Gun

Patrol Status: District 11 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: District 11 resources will patrol piles on 2/5/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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05 Feb 2023 15:52 #18 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 2/5/2023

Location: Hatch and Kelsey-Gunn

Patrol conducted by: E-11-2

Number of piles still smoldering: 1 piles at Hatch, and 5 at Kelsey-Gunn

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch and the CR-126 Corridor for Kelsey Gun

Patrol Status: District 11 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: District 11 resources will patrol piles on 2/6/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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07 Feb 2023 12:21 #19 by MountainTownAlerts
The US Forest Service, Pike National Forest, South Platte Ranger District is planning to ignite slash piles on the Kelsey-Gunn project 02/07/2023, depending on conditions.

Please see attached map for exact location of unit.

Test fire should start around 1100 hrs.

Smoke maybe visible throughout the day in the area.
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07 Feb 2023 14:35 #20 by MountainTownAlerts
Date: 2/7/2023

Location: Hatch and Kelsey-Gun

Patrol conducted by: Module 11, E-11-1

Number of piles still smoldering: 0 piles at Hatch, and 32 at Kelsey-Gun

Potential Smoke impacts to smoke receptors (i.e. highways and/or communities): Community of Deckers to the south also riverside residences along Platte River Road for Hatch and the CR-126 Corridor for Kelsey Gun

Patrol Status: District 11 resources will patrol piles until out.

Patrol needs for next operational period: District 11 resources will patrol piles on 2/08/2023

Additional Comments: Smoke may be visible in the area and Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Public and firefighter safety is always the number-one priority in burning operations. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This reduces fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions. If you see alarming smoke or flames, please contact Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center at (719) 553-1600.

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