The Cameron Peak Fire is Colorado's largest wildfire ever, and will forever be tied to destruction and devastation in the summer and fall of 2020. But there is some good news...
After nearly three months, all evacuations for the fire will be lifted by the end of Monday night.
Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith said the fire is 85% contained, and promising weather conditions are working in the firefighters’ favor.
After 82 days of fire, a recent snowstorm heavily assisted firefighters in their effort to stop the spread. The state’s largest fire ever is still burning — and the East Troublesome Fire is still burning nearby. However, Smith said favorable conditions will allow all residents to return home and all main roads will be reopened to the public.