Boulder County Imposes Fire Ban

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The hot, dry conditions prompted Boulder County to impose a fire ban at noon on Thursday.

It restricts all open burning, fireworks and the launching of model rockets.

Violating the ban could mean a $500 fine.

The fire danger is rising across the state. It’s listed as extreme in Northwestern Colorado and high on most of the Western Slope and on the Eastern Plains.

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