High Park Fire
It’s a first in the aftermath of the High Park Fire. Larimer County has issued a certificate of occupancy for a rebuilt home.
The High Park fire destroyed 259 homes when it burned in the foothills west of Fort Collins last summer.
Investigators say during the Lower North Fork Fire one of the men on the lines was not a real firefighter. He’s also accused of impersonating a firefighter during the High Park Fire.
They’re trying to move on with their lives after a disastrous wildfire, and now victims of the High Park Fire are getting help from a group of generous contractors.
Aerial mulching is part of $2.5 million set aside for Colorado to help repair the damage from our summer of devastating wildfires.
What started as a small idea when the Waldo Canyon Fire was burning this summer is now making a big difference for victims.
More rain in an area that burned in the High Park wildfire in Larimer County has led to at least two mudslides.
Insurance claims are on the minds of many homeowners trying to rebuild after this summer’s destructive wildfires.
People came together to help in the face of the High Park Fire destruction, and one man who is in the process of rebuilding his home says it was the same sense of community which led him to rebuild.
Larimer County has been helpful in assisting those affected be the High Park Fire to get back on their feet.