Woodland Park wildfire
WOODLAND PARK, Colorado – The Teller County Sheriff’s Office said evacuation orders have been issued due to a massive fire in Woodland Park.
The Mills Ranch Road area in the northern part of town caught fire.
Eviction orders and pre-evacuation of homes were issued in the area.
The Teller County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that residents in the area north of Mills Ranch Road are one mile away.
East of Sur Dog Road 1 mile after Lovell Gulch Road are subject to mandatory evacuation orders as a 3-5 acre fire burns around Mills Ranch Road.
The TCSO said Triple B Ranch Road and the Red Rocks area are subject to a pre-evacuation notice at 3:30 p.m.
This is the Teller County Sheriff’s Office.
The area north of Mills Ranch Road 1 mile east of Sour Dough Road 1 mile after Lovell Gulch Road is subject to a mandatory fire evacuation notice in the Mills Ranch Road area.
You must evacuate now. Only call 9-1-1 if you are
The sheriff’s office said the fire had burned 3 to 5 acres as of 3 p.m. Thursday. No word yet on why.