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CONEJOS ARCHULETA COSTILLA LA PLATA BACA MONTEZUMA ALAMOSA LAS ANIMAS RIO GRANDE DOLORES MINERAL SAN JUAN HUERFANO HINSDALE SAN MIGUEL CUSTER OTERO BENT PROWERS OURAY SAGUACHE PUEBLO CROWLEY KIOWA FREMONT MONTROSE CHAFFEE CHEYENNE TELLER EL PASO DELTA GUNNISON LAKE PITKIN MESA DOUGLAS PARK ELBERT LINCOLN KIT CARSON ARAPAHOE CLEAR CREEK JEFFERSON DENVER SUMMIT EAGLE GILPIN ADAMS BROOMFIELD GARFIELD BOULDER RIO BLANCO WASHINGTON YUMA GRAND MORGAN PHILLIPS LARIMER WELD JACKSON ROUTT LOGAN SEDGWICK MOFFAT Colorado Springs Pueblo Greeley Lakewood Fort Collins Boulder Castle Rock Loveland Grand Junction Delta Avon Silver Cliff Montrose Snowmass Village Vail Golden Canon City Fruita Rifle Craig Orchard City Sterling Cortez Durango Trinidad Winter Park Gypsum Wray Aspen Estes Park Steamboat Springs Meeker Florence Alamosa Woodland Park Monument Breckenridge Salida La Junta Gunnison Fort Morgan Limon Pagosa Springs Frisco Buena Vista Glenwood Springs Silverthorne Basalt Lyons South Fork Burlington Telluride Walsenburg Olathe Manitou Springs Minturn Wellington La Veta Larkspur Nederland Fairplay Bayfield Granby Palisade Nucla Kremmling Parachute Leadville Paonia Ward Manassa Carbondale Silverton Dolores Del Norte Naturita Creede Springfield Cripple Creek Grand Lake Hotchkiss Alma Crested Butte Jamestown Aguilar San Luis Victor Antonito Dove Creek Saguache Ophir Oak Creek Rye 0 50 100 25 Miles N W S E Red Zone Population: 748,350 (1990 Census) 979,851 (2000 Census) Homes in Red Zone: 370,000 (1990 Census) 474,000 (2000 Census) Red Zone Acres: 6,300,000 (2000) State Interstate US Highway County Red Zone Cities Map Created September 2004 Colorado State Forest Service Interface Areas of High Wildfire Risk in Colorado

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  • CONEJOSARCHULETA

    COSTILLA

    LA PLATA

    BACAMONTEZUMA

    ALAMOSA

    LAS ANIMAS

    RIO GRANDE

    DOLORES

    MINERALSAN JUAN HUERFANO

    HINSDALESAN MIGUEL CUSTER

    OTERO

    BENTPROWERS

    OURAY SAGUACHE PUEBLO

    CROWLEYKIOWA

    FREMONT

    MONTROSE

    CHAFFEE

    CHEYENNETELLER

    EL PASO

    DELTA

    GUNNISON

    LAKE

    PITKIN

    MESA

    DOUGLAS

    PARK

    ELBERT

    LINCOLN

    KIT CARSON

    ARAPAHOECLEAR CREEK

    JEFFERSON

    DENVER

    SUMMIT

    EAGLEGILPIN ADAMS

    BROOMFIELD

    GARFIELD

    BOULDER

    RIO BLANCO WASHINGTONYUMA

    GRAND

    MORGAN

    PHILLIPS

    LARIMERWELDJACKSON

    ROUTT

    LOGANSEDGWICK

    MOFFAT

    Colorado Springs

    Pueblo

    Greeley

    Lakewood

    Fort Collins

    Boulder

    Castle Rock

    Loveland

    GrandJunction

    Delta

    Avon

    Silver Cliff

    Montrose

    SnowmassVillage

    Vail

    Golden

    Canon City

    Fruita

    Rifle

    Craig

    Orchard City

    Sterling

    Cortez Durango

    Trinidad

    WinterPark

    Gypsum

    Wray

    Aspen

    Estes Park

    Steamboat Springs

    Meeker

    Florence

    Alamosa

    WoodlandPark

    Monument

    Breckenridge

    Salida

    La Junta

    Gunnison

    FortMorgan

    Limon

    PagosaSprings

    Frisco

    BuenaVista

    Glenwood Springs

    Silverthorne

    Basalt

    Lyons

    South Fork

    Burlington

    Telluride

    Walsenburg

    Olathe

    ManitouSprings

    Minturn

    Wellington

    La Veta

    Larkspur

    Nederland

    Fairplay

    Bayfield

    Granby

    Palisade

    Nucla

    Kremmling

    Parachute

    Leadville

    Paonia

    Ward

    Manassa

    Carbondale

    Silverton

    Dolores

    Del Norte

    Naturita

    Creede

    Springfield

    CrippleCreek

    Grand Lake

    Hotchkiss

    Alma

    Crested Butte

    Jamestown

    Aguilar

    San Luis

    Victor

    Antonito

    Dove Creek

    Saguache

    Ophir

    Oak Creek

    Rye

    0 50 10025Miles

    N

    W

    S

    E

    Red Zone Population:748,350 (1990 Census)979,851 (2000 Census)

    Homes in Red Zone:370,000 (1990 Census)474,000 (2000 Census)

    Red Zone Acres:6,300,000 (2000)

    State

    Interstate

    US Highway

    County

    Red Zone

    Cities

    Map Created September 2004Colorado State Forest Service

    Interface Areas of High Wildfire Risk in Colorado