Warm temperatures are expected in Fort Collins today, but it shouldn’t stop firefighters from fully containing the Hewlett Fire northwest of town.
What started as a pilot program to promote energy conservation in Frisco last year is quickly spreading across Summit County. So far, 30 businesses have signed on to participate.
Firefighters made progress on Friday containing the Hewlett Fire, which has been burning in the foothills northwest of Fort Collins since Monday. So far the blaze has scorched more than 7600 acres
The Hewlett Fire spanning more than 7,600 acres northwest of Fort Collins has reached the western edge of Greeley’s Milton Seaman Reservoir. The City of Greeley is not currently pulling water from the reservoir.
The Hewlett Fire is still burning northwest of Fort Collins, it is a human caused fire that has burned 7,673 acres.