HAYMAN FIRE INFORMATION
County Information Technology department would like to extend our
sincere thanks for all the positive commentary regarding the fire
updates on the website. We were glad to be of service to the
community. In turn, we extend our thanks to the Teller County
Sheriff's Office and the U.S. Forest Service for providing the
information regarding the status of the Hayman Fire.
Fire and smoke from Signal Butte,
Photo Courtesy TCSO Under Sheriff Kevin Dougherty
Colorado Wildfire Disaster & Assistance Programs Information.
Hayman Recovery Assistance Center: (303) 688-9260
The Hayman Recovery Assistance Center (HRAC) provides information and
assistance to individuals and communities affected by the Hayman Fire.
If you were affected by the Colorado wildfires you
may be eligible for disaster assistance. To apply call
1-800-621-FEMA (3362) / TTY (Hearing Impaired): 1-800-462-7585, 8 am to
6 pm daily. You may also call this number for general information,
or to check on the status of your application.
Wildfire Disaster Website
Unburned Areas of Pike National Forest are Open:
Most unburned areas of the Pike National Forest
as well as surrounding Bureau of Land Management lands in five counties
that were closed due to the extremely dry conditions
are open to recreational uses beginning
at 12:01 a.m., Friday morning, July 19. Details