Cooler temperatures and higher humidity helped firefighters on Thursday and Friday. As a result, some homeowners are being allowed to go back home. However, the weather is expected to heat up again for the weekend.
Watch 11 News for the latest evacuation information at the bottom of the screen.
The folowing areas are no longer under a mandatory evacuation, although they will remain on a standby status:
The following areas are no longer under a mandatory evacuation, although they will remain on a standby status:
This includes the following subdivisions:
The following areas are no longer on standby for a possible evacuation:
EL PASO COUNTY
The mandatory evacuation notice has been lifted for the following area. However, residents must remain on standby in case the fire advances.
The following areas remain under a standby notice for a possible evacuation:
This includes the following communities in the Tri-Lakes area:
The following areas remain on standby for a possible evacuation order:
The Red Cross Shelter has set up 5 shelters for evacuees. If you are evacuated, the Sheriff's office asks that you check in at a shelter so they can find out how to contact you.
We suggest you also check the links under our "Hayman Fire Online" story on the homepage for updated evacuation information.
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