Terrain Satellite
Grizzly Creek
1.7 mi
ENE of No Name, CO
Last Updated:
1 month ago
Incident #:
Fire Start:
Monday, August 10, 2020 2:36 PM MDT
Fire Unit:
County/Local — Garfield County
603 CHASE 641 CHASE BC-24 DIV-22 E-5862 E-603 E-607 E-641 H-9FF
Pj-grass-oak Spruce

Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential

Fire Weather Forecast

Incident Overview Updated: 2 days ago

Incident Photo for the Grizzly Creek Fire

Grizzly Creek Fire Update

Grizzly Creek Information – 970-945-2521

The Grizzly Creek Fire remains 32,431 acres and 91 percent contained. The fire has not grown in about two weeks, although some smokes are showing in both Grizzly and No Name drainages now that the weather is warmer and drier. This is not unexpected. Firefighters continue to monitor these areas and will take action if needed. 

Repairing suppression lines and back-hauling equipment continue to be a primary focus. 

There are closures in place on both BLM and White River National Forest lands. Please look under “closures” for more information. Maps and orders will be updated on this site when they change.

The Grizzly Creek Fire started Aug. 10 in Glenwood Canyon adjacent to Interstate 70. It was human-caused.

Basic Information

Incident Type:
Date of Origin:
Monday August 10th, 2020 approx. 01:30 PM
1 mile east of Glenwood Springs, CO
Incident Commander:
UCR Type 4
39.567, -107.271

Current Situation

Total Personnel:
Size (Acres):
Estimated Containment Date:
Wednesday September 30th, 2020 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved:
Timber (Litter and Understory)
Brush (2 feet)
Varied fuels including oak brush, and pinyon juniper transitioning to mixed-conifer and aspen at higher elevations. High elevation plateaus consist of rapidly curing grass and shrubs interspersed with pockets of mixed conifer. Fuels at lower elevations are moderating with increased moisture and higher humidity.
Significant Events:
Some smokes and interior burning

Planned Outlook

Planned Actions:
Continue suppression repair and monitoring for smokes. Suppression action will be taken if needed.
Projected Incident Activity:
Continue suppression repair and monitoring for smokes. Suppression action will be taken if needed.

Weather Synopsis

Weather Concerns:
Drying trend.

Incident Contact

Incident Contact
Fire Information
Email: 2020.grizzlycreek@firenet.gov
Phone: 970-945-2521
Hours: M-F 8-4p
Fire Unit Information
White River National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
900 Grand Ave.
Glenwood Springs, CO 81602

Dispatch Contact

Grand Junction Interagency Dispatch Center | Grand Junction, CO
Phone: 970-257-4800
Website: https://gacc.nifc.gov/rmcc/dispatch_centers/r2gjc/