Thanks to recent rainstorms in the Denver metro area another city and more parks are lifting their fire restrictions.
Golden is the latest city in Colorado to cancel their 4th of July fireworks show.
A fire ban was issued for all Denver Mountain Parks on Thursday because of dry conditions and the high potential for danger.
The U.S. Forest Service is lifting bans on campfires and recreational target shooting in the Boulder Ranger District of the Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests.
Fire restrictions are being eased at Rocky Mountain National Park and some forest lands because of recent rainfall.
When Gov. John Hickenlooper lifted the statewide fire ban, it didn’t mean campfires and barbecues popped up instantly.
Gov. John Hickenlooper lifted the statewide fire ban on Sunday.
When counties and the forest managers put open fire bans into effect, most of them include smoking outdoors.
The statewide fire ban ordered by Gov. John Hickenlooper includes the use of private fireworks. But still fireworks are being sold in Colorado.
Gov. John Hickenlooper’s statewide fire ban does not include approved professional fireworks displays, but some mountain towns have nonetheless canceled their Fourth of July shows.