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UPDATE: Closure of Kelley's Rd between HWY 67 and Sundance St. extended through 4/16/21 for safety reasons during work hours. Sign up for text/email updates about this project through Notify Me on our City website: www.city-woodlandpark.org/list.aspxQuestions or concerns should be directed to CDOT at 719-581-2301. Please see photo below for detour map. ...
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Timeline PhotosGov. Jared Polis announced Colorado is expanding vaccinations to Phase 2 on Friday, April 2, which includes the general public: bit.ly/3czXi0S ...
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Just in case you didn’t notice, there’s a little bit of snow out there. ...
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Timeline PhotosA major winter storm will affect the Pikes Peak region this weekend. Snow will develop late Friday and last into Monday. The worst of the storm will occur Saturday night through Sunday as strong winds will cause significant amounts of blowing and drifting of the snow. Travel from Colorado Springs northward to Denver will likely become impossible. Please stay tuned to local media for updates on this potentially dangerous storm. Heavy snow will also occur in the southern and central mountains. Across the plains, snowfall amounts are expected to be light, but there is still some uncertainty on snowfall amounts across the plains. ...
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Fire season is just around the corner and NOW is the right time to get started on fire mitigation for your property. NETCFPD is available for a site inspection of your property. Call (719)687-1866 x4 to set up a visit. ...
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NEWS RELEASE 5 March 2021:Pike and San Isabel National Forest - Pikes Peak Ranger District SEASONAL TRAFFIC ON RAMPART RANGE ROAD WILL NEED TO HEED TRUCKS HAULING TIMBER PUEBLO, Colo., March 5, 2021The Pike and San Isabel National Forests Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands Pikes Peak Ranger District have begun conducting thinning operations along Rampart Range Road (NFSR 300) and are scheduled to continue until June 2021.The project is not likely to close areas to recreation, however, activity on the Rainbow Gulch Trail may be impacted at times and recreationists are cautioned to be safe around logging trucks on the road. The planned projects are part of the on-going efforts to reduce fuel loads and dense timber stands that contribute to catastrophic wildfires. Thinning operations also help to diversify the ecology and improve forest health.For more information regarding this project, please contact Ryan Harlow with the U.S. Forest Service Pikes Peak Ranger District at 719-477-4213 or by email at ryan.harlow@usda.gov.-USDA- www.fs.usda.gov/detail/psicc/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD891573 ...
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Heads up when recreating in the Rampart Range Road area this season! The Pikes Peak Ranger District will be working on tree thinning operations so you may encounter large trucks hauling timber: go.usa.gov/xsUJ4 ...
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Great turnout today for the vaccine clinic this morning from 9:00am-2:00pm., they'll be in Cripple Creek on Friday. If you need to make an appointment be sure to go to our tellercovid.com website and signup, you don't want to miss another clinic in Teller County, signup today.www.tellercovid.com/ ...
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Timeline PhotosJoin us (Mountain View Yogurt Plus, Woodland Park Police Department, NE Teller County Fire District and Ute Pass Regional Service District) at Mountain View Yogurt Plus in Woodland Park, CO from 12 - 3 pm as we investigate the "Moose Tracks" over some frozen yogurt, hot dogs and good conversation!! First Responders will get a 30% discount. ...
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Tyler Lambert, Fire Chief

1010 Evergreen Heights Dr.
Woodland Park, CO 80863-3320

719.687.1866

Teller County Office of Emergency Management