Red Canyon Fire (originally called Fisher Creek Fire)

Update as of 8.19.20 at 8:59 pm – Red Canyon Fire is also known as Fischer Creek Fire. These are the ONLY evacuations lifted. All previous evacuations are in place for Grizzly Creek Fire.

Update as of 8:12 p.m.: Garfield County Sheriff’s Office: Evacuations are lifted! Thanks to everyone!

Update, 8.19.20, 6:09 p.m.: Grizzly Creek IMT: Fire resources are making excellent progress on the #RedCanyonFire from both the air and ground. Dozer line is being constructed and a night shift will be on scene.

Update: 8.19.20, 5:53 p.m.: Grizzly Creek Fire IMT: Grizzly Creek Fire resources respond to new start off CR 115. A new start called the Red Canyon Fire broke out just after 4 p.m.

Wednesday near Fisher Cemetery Road and County Road 115. The Red Canyon Fire is reportedly 30-40 acres burning in grass and brush. Structures are threatened. Garfield County issued an evacuation notice for residents south of County Road 115, north of County Road 113, and west of County Road 121. The evacuation center is at Roaring Fork High School. Type 1 and type 2 helicopters, as well as several single engine airtankers, seven engines and a water tender from the Grizzly Creek Fire is responding and suppressing the fire.

Daily operations video updates will be posted on the Grizzly Creek Fire facebook page. Maps and other information will also be posted on inciweb at

Evacuations: Please go to Garfield County website at and Eagle County at, as well as on official Facebook accounts.

Update: 8.19.20, 5:24 p.m.: Grizzly Creek Fire IMT: There has been a new lightning caused fire this afternoon. Evacuations are in place for south of 115 road, north of 113 and west of 121 road.

Carbondale, Colo. – At approximately 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District was paged to Spring Valley for a report of a wildland fire. Upon arrival firefighters found a fire rapidly moving through the area.

The fire was approximately 20 acres and growing fast. Residences in the High Aspen, Coulter Ranch and Homesteads Estates were already evacuated.

The evacuation center is located at Roaring Fork High School. This is an evolving situation. Updates will be posted on the Carbondale Fire Facebook page as it becomes available.


Actualización: 8.19.20, 5:53 pm: Grizzly Creek Fire IMT: Los recursos de Grizzly Creek Fire responden al nuevo comienzo de la CR 115. Un nuevo comienzo llamado Red Canyon Fire estalló justo después 4 pm, Miércoles cerca de Fisher Cemetery Road y County Road 115.

Según se informa, el incendio de Red Canyon tiene entre 30 y 40 acres quemados en pasto y maleza. Las estructuras están amenazadas. El condado de Garfield emitió un aviso de evacuación para los residentes al sur de County Road 115, al norte de County Road 113 y al oeste de County Road 121.

El centro de evacuación está en Roaring Fork High School. Helicópteros tipo 1 y tipo 2, así como varios aviones cisterna de un solo motor, siete motores y una licitación de agua del Grizzly Creek Fire están respondiendo y suprimiendo el fuego.

Se publicarán actualizaciones de video de operaciones diarias en la página de Facebook de Grizzly Creek Fire.

Actualización: 8.19.20, 5:24 p.m .: Grizzly Creek Fire IMT: Ha habido un nuevo incendio causado por un rayo esta tarde. Hay evacuaciones para el sur de la carretera 115, el norte de la 113 y el oeste de la carretera 121.

Actualización: 8.19.20, 5:29 p.m .: Carbondale Fire: Fire ha crecido a 200 acres.

Aproximadamente a las 4 p.m., el Distrito de Protección de Incendios de Carbondale y Rural recibieron llamada de un incendio forestal en el área de Spring Valley.

Cuando llegaron los bomberos encontraron un incendio que se movía rápidamente en el área. El incendio es aproximadamente 20 acres y creciendo. Las residencias en High Aspen, Coulter Ranch y Homesteads Estates ya fueron evacuadas.

El centro de evacuación es en la escuela de Roaring Fork High School.

Es una situación en evolución. Actualizaciones estarán en la pagina de Facebook Carbondale Fire a medida que sea disponible.

Red Canyon Fire (originally called Fisher Creek Fire)