JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Firefighters in Jefferson County responded to a brush fire near Heritage Park. The sheriff’s office says no homes are threatened.

Fire at Apex Park in Jefferson County (credit: CBS)

Saturday evening, officials said the fire grew to nearly 17 acres and is 25% contained. They also said 100 firefighters from several agencies responded.

The fire started at Apex Park which was closed for muddy conditions. It remains closed.

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The fire is about 1/8th of an acre in size, sheriff’s officials say.

Details about how the fire started have not been released.

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