It’s a first in the aftermath of the High Park Fire. Larimer County has issued a certificate of occupancy for a rebuilt home.
A man who lost his home in the High Park Fire and vowed to rebuild has died.
Residents are starting the process of rebuilding after June’s wildfire west of Fort Collins that scorched 136 square miles and destroyed 259 homes.
All the remaining evacuation orders for the High Park Fire were lifted Saturday. Some residents will return home others will find only the remains where their homes once stood.
Many residents evacuated from the High Park Fire could be allowed to return home in the next 48 hours.
A man accused of impersonating a firefighter at the High Park Fire appeared in court Monday afternoon.
While the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office continues to assess the damage caused by the High Park Fire burning west of Fort Collins, many evacuees are frustrated they don’t know the status of their homes and property.
A lot of planning went into keeping the animals that make their home at a wolf-dog sanctuary in a remote area of Rist Canyon in Larimer County safe from the High Park Fire.
Some of the evacuees of the High Park Fire were emotional Wednesday morning as they described how hard it is to wait for the news about their homes.
It’s been nerve-racking for evacuees of the High Park Fire knowing 118 structures have been damaged or lost, but not knowing which ones. All they can do is wait.
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