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"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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04:22 min | 11 months ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Sixty three colorado highway fourteen larimer county road twenty seven stowe prairie road and wrist canyon road now colors were already starting to show in the buckhorn and pingree park area As early as september eighth and again you can expect that area to reach prime time viewing at least as far as the fall. Colors cow. The last week of september. So a good loop is starting at mason vale taking larimer county road twenty seven northwest larimer. County road forty four age. That's a buckhorn road by the way you might want to take it. Slow on buckhorn road as construction work judy. Fire and flash floods is ongoing and you might encounter some delays now the upper putter canyon from rustic cameron. Pass is where sadly most of the damage to aspen actually occurred this area offers close up and panoramic views of the massive burn scar which is well just breathtaking. In terms of its devastation. The aspen show resumes in abundance. Once over cameron pass and heading into north park and that kind of makes the drive. Well worth it. Don't forget rocky mountain national park but for the second year in a row the park has implemented that time entry permanent reservation system..

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"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Said we are able to totally reconfigured this interchange with no more than a forty five hour closure to state highway sixty now it was determined that the sharp curves in the roadway of i twenty five near colorado fifty six. Well that's indeed the most dangerous part of the inner change this according to that informational brochure referenced. Earlier due to the safety issue the interchange will indeed be flipped and the curve will be realigned to re to reduce the prospect of dangerous driving conditions nother mobility hub and berthod is also being added near i twenty five and colorado fifty six now eventually once more funding is obtained. Construction will start on the second section. A segment six. This is from me to berthod. Overall segments six is about twenty percent complete and total. all of the segments involved in improvements will be completed by the end of twenty twenty three and the beginning of twenty twenty four. It'll be here before you know it. Currently the full interstate project is about thirty to thirty five percent. Complete this according to geisler. So what can we anticipate this summer. Well you can pretty. Well expect impacts along i twenty five from fort collins all the way down to me to include. Us thirty four and prospect road will ship traffic to those newly constructed bridges eventually. A frontage road will permanently closed off a portion from colorado sixty two larimer county road fourteen and from switzerland fourteen to character a road to realign i twenty five larimer county road twenty close for installation for the new great western bridge between the colorado fifty six interchange and lerma county road sixteen the installation of girders for the new bridges on the interstate. A will commence from lamoure county road fourteen to colorado fifty six paving of the northbound shoulder of the well. That's that's going to happen. It's the thing in late july or early august. Colorado fifty six over twenty five will be closed for one hundred and forty days as construction workers straighten the curve of the interstate and align colorado fifty six to run under it shared file quoted in this piece by morgan kenzi and the greeley trip saying that cdot receives funding for these projects. Fourteen years earlier than expected. He's told a status well. Multiple surrounding cities within weld lerma counties contributed funds. Us department of transportation also granted cdot funding for these projects. About six hundred million dollars is going into the fort collins to johnstown segments and three hundred million dollars is going into the johnstown to berthod segment with a quick funding and being fourteen years ahead of the game. Construction is taking over the interstate for the next few years. Yes because cdot has to cram so much work into so little time. Although it'll be beneficial in many ways when we finally reached the end of this construction process just be prepared to experience impacts along these corridors until early twenty twenty four according jared file cdot region for communications manager. No it's not just this summer but honestly through twenty twenty. Three said he can't drive. I twenty five like you always used to and again something that we have come to be quite familiar with. Are those lane shifts. Well you can expect a lot more of those lane chipsets. Jerod files said. A lot of alignment changes are anticipated to happen on almost a weekly basis this as an.

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"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"By anywhere from one to two feet of snow well, still continues to be worrisome where you from piece by miles blunt heart out of the Fort, Collins Colorado and because this has firefighting crews are still seeing pockets of smoke that continue to concern them pockets of smoke the fire actually burning under this blanket of snow. Now, aerial and ground crews were dispatched Wednesday to view view the fire and see what might be next for firefighters while too troublesome areas include the Cedar Park, Storm Mountain, and north fork trail area this around Glen. And the Comanche peak area near the Colorado State University Mountain Campus This is according to a video incident report released yesterday Joe Shell Hammer captain with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office said in this video update this thing is still alive and we have to pay attention to it smoke from the Thompson zone fire just west of estes park has mostly subsided. Some. Smoke has been detected in the cub lake area of Rocky Mountain National. Park evacuation surrounding estes park have been lifted or downgraded however Rocky Mountain National Park, and much of the Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests remain closed down Thursday just yesterday a mandatory evacuation order was downgraded to voluntary for the west side of Larimer County Road Twenty seven this Buckhorn road from Bob Cat Ridge Natural area north to Larimer county road forty, four H. and. Larimer county road forty, three from stream side drive to storm mountain road. Many of the structure damage assessments have been completed. No new numbers thankfully were repeated on Thursday. But the devastation is absolutely heartbreaking. The number of known destroyed structures is right around four, hundred and forty, two with two, hundred, twenty, two of those being cabins or homes this since the fire started August thirteenth also more evacuation downgrades by the way could be forth coming now. The two thousand twelve high park fire for comparisons of comparison purposes in the lower section of the canyon destroyed two, hundred, fifty, nine homes and three hundred and seventy structures overall now, snowy muddy conditions of the camera peak fire have indeed prevented firefighters from reaching direct lines of the fire. But the hope is that weather conditions will allow for that to happen later this week as. Seasonal weather returns to the area fire officials have said, the snow has been a significant assists of significant help in taming the fire. But no, it won't end the fire on Thursday morning there were one thousand, five, hundred, Fifty, eight personnel assigned to the fire including two hotshots and thirty hand crews one hundred and twelve fire engines, twenty-eight water tenders, fourteen bulldozers, and thirteen helicopters. All Ready. To fight the fire when it returns as of Thursday morning, the Cameron peak fire remained at two hundred and eight, thousand, six, hundred and sixty three acres with sixty four percent containment. The Thomson Zone of the East troublesome fire remained at four, thousand, three, hundred, forty, six acres with no containment. The entire east troublesome fire showed a little more than one thousand acres of increase with a total now of one, hundred, ninety, three, thousand, seven, hundred, and seventy four acres containment of the east troublesome fire increase to thirty percent on Thursday up from twenty percent on Wednesday. So yes, wild at Sunday. Snowfall that dumped anywhere from one to two feet of snow blanketing Cameron Peak Fire did indeed help firefighter shirts. Sadly, the fire continues to burn some twenty nine now thirteen ten, Kfi k a thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com northern Colorado voice mornings with Gail. Via the auto collision specialists studios coming up markets are on track for the worst month since March and sales are going through the roof who's buying and why he wineman presidential wealth meant management joins us take a deep dive into these topics right around seven thirty, five closing in on.

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"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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05:58 min | 1 year ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well, it might not be a knockout. Punch but it certainly was a gut punch that fended off the spread of those aggressive fires these troublesome fire that rapidly burn through Rocky Mountain National Park from the parks gateway communities of Grand Lake to Estes Park on Saturday was greatly tained on Sunday in fact so much snow fell as you've heard in our news this morning that firefighters were actually pulled off the lines as the snow made for unsafe a travel conditions you talk about fire and Ice Pap Ben Atar Monday snowfall reports included twenty four inches for red feather lakes twenty, one inches for Cameron Pass fifteen to twenty one inches for parts of the east troublesome fire and half that much at lower elevations of the fire. Paul DEMARCO. Who is Cameron peak fire operations section chief said during Sunday's video updated maybe quite a few days before we see fire activity on the ground now the cameron peak fire incident command. Team also handling the Thomson Zone was so called Thompson zone of the east troublesome fire, which is that portion of the fire that spotted in Rocky Mountain National Park and threatened Estes Park Demarco said, the snow was a huge plus for all of the firefighters despite the snow the Monday morning incident reports said, the precipitation may not be enough to end the fire season for the year though it will significantly diminish fire behavior in the short term extended precipitation that stays on the ground and actually seats into those fuels. Will be necessary to completely extinguish the fire fire activity may increase again as another drying chand with moderate temperatures and not predicted precipitation is in the extended forecast aviation used Sunday and was expected to be used again, used to assess the snow's impact on both fires. The crews will monitor the fires once travel conditions improve storm mountain road was closed Sunday after a fire truck slid off the road and other crashes were reported on the road between Estes Park and Fort Collins this according to the Larimer County Sheriff's Office. Now the sheriff's Office went on to say that property owners. Who have been contacted about structured loss will be allowed back to those properties. Remains of them starting on Wednesday property owners in this is so heartbreaking property owners and crystal Mark Mountain, which is reported to have suffered significant losses. Will also be allowed in Wednesday property owners and the string town moon dance wind song, Windy Ridge, and owl hollow areas. Will. Be allowed him on Thursday. Now according to the sheriff property owners will be able to assemble at the nascent Ville Mercantile. This is Burke Buckhorn Road Larimer County. Road Twenty seven and Larimer County Road Thirty, eight E at eight..

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"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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06:31 min | 1 year ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And local the the article specialists duty as are I just wanted to pass along an update on the Camry Cameron peak. Fire? This has popped up in the Fort Collins Colorado in just about a half hour ago. headline kind of says it all cameron peak fire crews make good progress during very cloudy day yesterday. The weather certainly helped in those efforts as piece by Sarah Kyle again from the Fort Collins Colorado and cloudy conditions hampered visibility and kept crews from using aircraft to fight the cameron peak fire Sunday. But firefighters continued to make good progress on several areas of the fire the incident command team shared late Sunday night. Now, updated measurements for the fire, not yet available as when this article was first published at seven twenty this morning as of measurements taken late Saturday and shared by the incident. Command, and as we told you earlier this morning, the Cameron peak fire had grown to two hundred and three, thousand, two, hundred and fifty, three acres and was sixty two percent contained as of Sunday evening one, thousand, four, hundred, and sixty four personnel were working on the fire and God bless each and every one of them such a huge Grad of debt debt of gratitude. Now larimer, county sheriff's office has assembled a ten damage assessment teams to tally. The damage of the Cameron peak fires most recent runs this according to Sheriff Justin Smith Larimer County Sheriff a Justin Smith writing facebook post early this morning the teams will document the damage and lost homes and cabins in the burn area. Smith. Said last I heard we hope to be fielding teams again, starting today and the sheriff's Office will notify home mine own homeowners in those affected areas when those assessments indeed are done. Now, one of the areas identified by Cameron, peak fire officials in a facebook post late Sunday night was the upper portion of the retreat and storm. Mountain. Here's what they wrote. Firefighters can. The fire continues to back down fire officials are scouting for opportunities to create a fire line from the retreat to storm mountain to protect a values at risk a post from the Glenhaven area volunteer fire department offered more details on firefighters efforts in that area. The Post says the cool cloudy weather kept the fire from growing much today and allowed us to work on some of the remaining hotspots we also worked. On more sprinkler installations according to the Glen Haven, Volunteer Fire Department post the fire quote had passed through the western edge of Bulwark Ridge drive and down along Miller fork road above an into fishermans lane fire had also burned down from above on copper. Hill road from the Miller fork intersection down to the Fishermans Lane areas. Some structures sadly were lost again, the Larimer County Sheriff's Office is conducting the structure assessments to identify those losses and damages, and once again will notify homeowners when those assessments are done posts on to say and the post by the way does not identifying. But the post went on to say I was amazed by the number of homes where fire had burned down all around them yet the phones they homes were not damaged could go to the heads up fire mitigation work by those that live in that area you know clearing away brush and debris around their homes. Active fires still present in a drainage that goes east from Copper Hill Road Black Creek drive the Sunday Post said. But as of yesterday it was going uphill and away from the retreat again, there was also active fire on the Bulwark Ridge of signal mountain up above a deserted village. Again, according to this post, which noted that type one team is working on a plan to prevent it from dropping down into the north fork drainage crews also worked Sunday to bolster the fire line this. Along Larimer County Road Forty Four H. Buckhorn road to keep the fire from moving further north and northeast in that area operations. Section chief Paul Dare Mariko said that Sunday crews hope to really have a solid containment line in that area by the end of their Sunday ship shift. There's a lot of values up risk to the north. He said crews also continued their work of building a line around that twenty four hundred acres spot fire that flared up east of Larimer county road. Twenty seven this over the weekend crews had worked overnight on Saturday and got around three quarters of it with direct hand lines and heavy equipment utilizing does irs to get around that spock. They had planned to focus their efforts Sunday on a portion on the northwest side of that spot fire, which by the way that was the spot fire that we actually saw from West loveland on Saturday. Night boy. I'll tell you what it kind of puts things in stark perspective to be sure. But this is where crews weren't able to access overnight on Saturday. So just wanted to update you on the current status as we know it of that camera cameron peak fire eight fifty-seven now thirteen ten KF Kfi Dan Patrick the whole show and Colin cowherd northern Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI K..

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"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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07:36 min | 2 years ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"KFI K A. Dark billowing smoke blanketing much of northern Colorado as ash rained down yesterday after winds drove explosive growth of that cameron peak fire. Now, the largest wildfire in Colorado history growing more than twenty thousand acres. Since Tuesday, it is now listed at one hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand, three, hundred acres with fifty six percent containment. Now, this is according to a facebook update last night working for peace by miles blunt hearts Kelly lyle out of the Fort Collins Colorado in this morning, it was shocking wasn't it? I was actually driving. To and fro up to Fort Collins and returning. Around ten thirty or so, and I like so many others pulled off the road got out of our cars. Of course, we were safely up the road I mean we're not stopping traffic or anything like that but it was like we were shellshocked. Did you feel that way yesterday as it was just that? Fix billowing. Cameron fire and it was that dark smoke which meant, yes, structures were impacted. Now we don't know how many structures at this point, but we'll get into what we do know and I had to shake my head because I came across well here. Let me pull this up where I came across this headline. From a Denver, news outlet K. Cameron peak fire has flared up. But where's the smoke? Hey y'all might want to look past the confines of Denver because it was visible from Denver. I mean particularly Greeley Loveland Fort Collins much of Larimer county talked to so many people yesterday as we just stood there in shock watching this monster of ablaze. Fire made another huge run east on Wednesday again. Let's set at one hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand three hundred acres making it the largest wildfire in Colorado history. It's now surpassed another twenty thousand fire. That's the Pine Gulch fire for the largest in the state's history Pine Gulch fire near Grand Junction reached one, hundred, thirty, nine, thousand, seven acres before it was fully contained. In late September now Larimer County Justin Sheriff Justin Smith. Said there were indeed structures lost on Wednesday, but it could take some time before a full assessment is made but there were wins reaching well into the seventy mile per hour range overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. Causing a big run on that fire and nine new evacuation orders within twenty four hours. But back to the structures that were lost these aren't the ones that we can get to quickly said Sheriff Smith because they're in a very active fire. Looking days ahead before we're going to be able to get folks back in there now while lower temperatures are expected in the coming days, well, it's still expected to be very active fire conditions. Things will calm down a little, but we're expecting almost if not as much activity Thursday into Friday, we're not through this wave of activity yet this according to incident commander. Damn Dallas expect a couple more days of very hard days while it was a destructive day saw smoke pouring over the front range where's the smoke ASA Denver News outlet the Smith one that well, it could have been so much worse adding it was a bad day but I. Will leave you with this. It could have been very easily it could have very easily been. He reiterated that point could have been a lot worse. We had no reported injuries no deaths a lot fewer structures were impacted than we truly anticipated based on what we saw. Now, the fire has pushed clothes closer to Fort Collins much closer as well to the west side of horse tooth, reservoir but Sheriff Smith says, there's little concern about it causing any evacuations in Fort Collins. Loveland were estes park the heavy timbers that are fueling the fire. Well, they're just not they're they're not available the near to the cities that this fire actually approaches. So now, into its second month of burning the mountains west of Fort Collins fire flared as so many of us witnessed yesterday threatening scores, mountain. Homes, and sending that massive column of smoke above the northern front range. By four twenty. Yesterday afternoon, the fire had crossed a stove prairie road. This is Larimer County Road Twenty seven near Buckhorn Canyon Road County Road Forty Four H.. Officials weren't able at that point to say how far across stowe prairie road the fire had moved. An update on twitter. At Five thirty said, firefighters had been able to slow the spread of the. Fire. East of County Road Twenty seven. That's stowe. Prairie road. Saying that County Road Twenty seven was holding at that point in time. Fire actually shot east of the Colorado State University Mountain campus into that mountainous area northwest of Glenhaven by noon firefighters reported the fire was well established atop the eleven thousand foot signal mountain by two thirty yesterday afternoon. Larimer County Sheriff's Office. Had made its fifth mandatory evacuation order in twenty four hours ordering folks out of horse. Tooth Mountain Park. Bob Cat Ridge Natural Area Mason Ville over he'll drive and all of Risk Canyon including Stratton Park. Shortly after three o'clock a voluntary evacuation order was issued for Laurie State Park West of Fort Collins for thirteen the evacuation was upgraded to a mandatory order Colorado Parks and wildlife officials decided to evacuate the park shortly thereafter and said that it midday there were only four to five year goals in park firefighters God bless them each and everyone relocated resources to stowe prairie road midday yesterday by two thirty yesterday afternoon many firefighters were watching waiting and planning from stove prairie elementary schools. The blaze continued its relentless eastward push father farther south. The Big Thompson Canyon communities of Drake and Glenhaven were placed on evacuation orders bringing the impact of fire related closures to well loved ones Western doorstep. Earlier Wednesday, overnight wind gusts of well upward of seventy miles per hour over the fire prompted mandatory evacuations east to Mason Velez fire crews cleared people from the foothills immediately west of Fort. Collins Loveland. Mason. Vale. is about thirty miles south east of the Colorado State University Mountain. Campus where firefighters entered Wednesday, an ongoing battle save structures Mason Bell located about twelve.

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05:37 min | 2 years ago

"larimer county road twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"For the ready to take all there you go, see dot always ready to take it on as you have been working throughout the house shutdowns relative to Covid nineteen and that work continues with the night twenty-five closure tomorrow night, right? Yeah, so we this is This is a pretty big one So this will basically be the shutting down of I twenty five from four zero, two of their Johnstown to thirty four So what that's going to and that is so that we can put the girders up for the Larimer County Road Twenty Bridge. that is going across over there that we tour down before now. We're putting backup, so we can whiten it. and so two tomorrow night from nine PM. Tomorrow night until five am the next morning. I twenty five will be closed, but we'll have detours basically around it, so you'll get end up going up for two and over through loveland or around Greeley off off on the side so not a horrible detour, but if you can avoid it tomorrow night, that's probably a good idea. And earning up for some Kurt her work, I love it exactly. Closure tomorrow night four zero, two to thirty four on I. Twenty Five Nine PM to five am yeah, and that'll be the girder in, and then about a week later, the the night of June eighth into the ninth We'll be setting the overhangs and the deck panels. So that's another situation when you really don't want hers driving underneath. Wouldn't be. Wouldn't be prudent so we'll have the closure that night, and then the only other one that will need will be one probably mid July to actually POURED THE DECK! On that bridge so couple of inconveniences, but we're getting that bridge ready to reopen, which is nice. Oh, absolutely looking forward to that and then is that work complete than at I twenty five in that area? Well we still obviously We're still obviously working on the lanes under there but in terms of the bridge. Once once we get that port and then we'll get. The connection goal made up We'll have that reopened And then, but you know obviously we have worked going on thirty four right now. That's going to be another big project. That, YOU'RE GONNA. See over the next two years. So that's going to be a lot of work going on in that area so. That it's coming in and but it will be so much better when it's all done. No absolutely and that will require intermittent closures as well right. Yes, same kind of things, usually a single night kind of deal. We already had to do one one of those. Unfortunately at thirty four. We can. Actually we've created. bypasses through the on ramps and off ramps on thirty four, so the detour isn't quite as bad actually the twenty bridge actually requires a little longer detour than. than the others just because there's not a good, get around. Well good to know that good things are coming our way when it comes to thirty four and I twenty five. Is that work continues, and you've got some work going on in both the brush and Fort Morgan as well. Yeah! This is a project that's been going on for a little while, but we haven't really given anybody any updates This is a really unique project. We had some work that was going on on I twenty five. I twenty, five, seventy, six out of out by Fort Morgan and brush. And, but then we also had some work that we had to do both in town in Fort. Morgan Enin Brush ah the with the ADA and some work being done on thirty four through town there. And what we did was we actually were able to combine the two projects, so we have one project team basically handling the whole thing. And because of that they've been able to come up with some really unique advantages currently. If you've been in downtown brush, you would know. It is very ugly right now because the city had to come in and tear up to put in a waterline. And we took advantage of that same opportunity to work on our ramps at the same time, so we don't have to have to closures and so that closure. Of the downtown area, will basically we we were able to. Move a lot quicker, but by having a contractor over the entire project. They were able to make that move on the fly. So this was actually this came up fairly quickly. and we were able to get done and move a lot quicker, so we kind of had to juggle the schedule. Bet But it's GonNa work out better for the folks over there, too, so just know that if your fort were GonNa Brush, there is quite a bit of work between the two towns, both on thirty four, and on I seventy six, but it is moving very very quickly. Well that's good to hear as well as progress continues, all good stuff. Jared files CDOT REGION FOR COMMUNICATIONS manager. Thanks as always for the updates. We certainly do appreciate it. Absolutely go..

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