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PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:53 pm 
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Evacuation Levels

Level 1: Be Ready
There is an incident in the area. Residents are advised of the level 1 evacuation and are asked to leave if they need additional time to exit an area or have health conditions (especially respiratory conditions that could be made worse by smoke). Residents are encouraged to move livestock and pets out of the area, and to prepare for a full evacuation.

Level 2: Leave Soon
Residents are notified there is a full evacuation and are informed to leave. Evacuations are mandatory and entry to evacuated areas may be denied. Residents are encouraged to evacuate as soon as possible. Residents MAY have time to gather necessary items, but doing so is at their own risk.

Level 3: Leave Immediately!
Residents are notified there is immediate and imminent danger, and they should evacuate immediately. DO NOT delay leaving to gather any belongings or make efforts to protect your home. Leave immediately and as quickly as possible. Doing so will not only support your safety, but will allow firefighters to best maneuver resources to combat the fire.


See evacuation maps below

Living in the mountains, and in wildfire areas, you should already be prepared to evacuate at a moment's
notice. Get an evacuation plan together and go over it with family and friends that you have close contact with.

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Echo Hills
Evacuation Route:
Please follow these Fire Department or Sheriff
personnel recommended evacuation routes.
Primary route:
- Witter Gulch to Stagecoach Blvd.
- Witter Gulch to Hwy103 if closer
Secondary route:
- Witter Gulch to Hwy 103
- Witter Gulch to Upper Bear Creek Rd

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Primary route:
Dependent on your location
- Overlook Trl to Stagecoach Blvd
- Stagecoach Blvd to Evergreen Pkwy
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Dependent on your location
- Overlook Trl to Silverleaf Oak
- Silverleaf Oak to Quarter Horse Rd
- Quarter Horse Rd to Stagecoach Blvd
OR
- Overlook Trl south to Upper Bear Creek Rd

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Primary route:
Dependent on your location
Palo Verde
- One way in and One way out
- Palo Verde Rd to Evergreen Pkwy
Troutdale Estates
- Troutdale Scenic Dr to Evergreen Pkwy
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Dependent on your location
Troutdale Estates
- Troutdale Scenic Dr to Wildflower Ct
- Wildflower Ct to Upper Bear Creek Rd

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Primary route:
Segar Acres:
- Regardless of your location, you will access Meadow
Brook Ln to Upper Bear Creek Rd.
Rosedale Acres:
- Regardless of your location, take Skyline Dr or Valley
View, to Upper Bear Creek Rd.
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
- Segar Acres: Access Columbine Cir from either SW
Summit Trl or SE Summit Trl
- Upper Bear Creek Rd west to Witter Gulch

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Primary route:
UTILIZE THE NEAREST ROUTE TO YOUR LOCATION
#1 - Buffalo Park Rd to Highway 73
OR
#2 - Columbine Rd to Brook Forest Rd
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Three Possible Options
- Snowshoe Rd to either
(a) Buffalo Park Rd or
(b) Columbine Rd
- Hatch Dr to Buffalo Park Rd
- Elaine Rd to Columbine Rd

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:32 am 
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Primary route:
Dependent on your location
- High Dr to North Turkey Creek Rd
Or
- Stanley Park Rd to Little Cub Creek Rd
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Dependent on your location
- Secondary Routes are the same as the primary.
- Make sure to travel the safest route.

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Primary route:
- Deer Rd to a left on Cedar Rd
OR
- Apache Rd to a left on Aspen Way
- Forest Estates Rd to Brook Forest Rd
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
This route is on private property and is marked with
signage.
- Access behind 223 Deer Rd.
- Thru meadow to a right on the logging road
- Right on Stransky Rd, to Brook Forest Rd.
This is private property and should only be used
when authorized.

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Primary route:
- Brook Forest Dr to Brook Forest Rd
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
This route is on private property and is marked with
signage.
- Access at the intersection of Ski Trl. and Woodchuck
Way
- Pass through the gate to Stransky Rd.
- Left on Stransky Rd. to Brook Forest Rd

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Primary route:
Dependent on your location
- Blue Creek Rd to Hwy 73
Or
- Blue Creek Rd to Brook Forest Rd to hwy 74
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Dependent on your location
- Blue Creek Rd to Lynx Lair
- Lynx Lair to Gray Hawk Dr
- Gray Hawk Dr to Berry Bush Ln
- Berry Bush Ln to Craigmont Dr to Hwy 73
Or
- Blue Creek Rd to Brook Forest Rd to Shadow Mtn

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Primary route:
Dependent on your location
- Keystone Dr to Bergen Pkwy
OR
- Keystone Dr to Sugarbush Dr
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Dependent on your location
- Keystone Dr to Telemark Dr
- Telemark Dr to Pebble Beach Dr
- Pebble Beach Dr to Interlocken Dr
OR
- Keystone Dr to Kittredge Park Rd
- Access is through private property at
2817 & 2827 Keystone Dr.
- Stay to the right along the shared driveway


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Primary route:
Dependent on your location
El Pinal
- Chestnut Dr to El Pinal Dr to Evgn Pkwy Access Rd
- Roan Dr to El Pinal Dr to Evgn Pkwy Access Rd
- Appaloosa Dr to El Pinal Dr to Evgn Pkwy Access Rd
- Stagecoach Blvd to Evergreen Parkway
Wah Keeney Park
- Forest Way to Hilltop Dr to Evgn Pkwy Access Rd
- Conifer Rd to Lewis Ridge Rd to Evergreen Parkway
Secondary route:
NOTE: TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
FIRE OR SHERIFF AUTHORITY
Dependent on your location
El Pinal
- This area has multiple alternate routes
- Follow the secondary route to the nearest primary route
Wah Keeney Park
- Spruce Rd to Aspen Ln

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:06 am 
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When You Must Evacuate:
If you are instructed to evacuate immediately, gather your household and go. When possible, take one car per
household preferably a high clearance vehicle such as a SUV. This will keep you together and reduce traffic
congestion and delay.
In other cases, you may have time to follow these steps:
1. Follow the Fire Department or Sheriff’s Office recommended evacuation routes. DO NOT TAKE SHORTCUTS. They may be blocked. Be alert for bridges.
Stay away from downed power lines. Disaster situations can be intense, stressful and confusing.
2. Gather water, food, clothing, medicines, emergency supplies, insurance and financial records.
3. Wear sturdy shoes and clothing that provides some protection, such as long pants, long-sleeved shirts,
cap and jacket.
4. Secure your home. Close and lock doors and windows.
Unplug appliances. If a hard freeze is likely during your absence, take actions needed to prevent damage to water pipes by freezing temperatures.
5. Turn off the main switch on electricity panel, if instructed to do so.
6. Let others know where you are going, leave a note or call.
7. Leave early enough to avoid being trapped.

Your Go Kit:
- Battery powered radio / emergency radio
- Flashlights and extra batteries
- First aid kit
- Whistle for signaling
- Dust masks
- Wrenches and pliers for shutting down utilities
- Food with can opener
- Spare eyeglasses, shoes, coats, spare clothing
- Animal carriers ready at the front of the house
- Escape route plan and emergency numbers for
friends, family, and neighbors
- Insurance, medical, prescriptions, and family information
you may need.
- Spare keys.
All of these items should be kept by your door and ready
to go at a moment's notice!

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:13 am 
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Emergency Resources

Evergreen Fire Rescue
http://www.evergreenfirerescue.com
http://twitter.com/efr_co

Jefferson County Sheriff
http://www.jeffcosheriff.com
http://jeffcosheriff.blogspot.com
http://twitter.com/jeffcocolorado

For access to Code Red Reverse 911 notification, visit
http://www.jeffcosheriff.com
http://jeffcosheriff.blogspot.com/
http://jeffcosheriff.blogspot.com/

For access to Code Red Reverse 911 notification, visit
http://www.clearcreeksheriff.us

Ready, Set, Go! Personal Wildfire Action Plan
http://www.firesafetyeducators.org/lessonplans/
ReadySetGoColorado.pdf

Smart911
http://www.smart911.com
http://www.firewise.org

U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s
Preparedness Website
http://www.ready.gov

The Red Cross Disaster Family Plan
http://www.redcross.org/services/disaster/beprepared/
familyplan.html

Colorado Division of Emergency Management
http://www.dola.state.co.us/oem/oemindex.htm

Colorado Water Conservation Board
http://www.cwcb.state.co.us/flood_watch

National Wildland/Urban Interface Fire Program
http://www.firewise.org

U.S. Geological Survey
http://www.usgs.gov

National Weather Service
http://www.nws.noaa.gov

The Urban Drainage and Flood Control District
http://www.udfcd.org

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