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Reveille Fire

Unit Information

Pike and San Isabel National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
2840 Kachina Drive
Pueblo, CO 81008

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Incident Contact

Information
Email: 2019.Reveille@Firenet.gov
Phone: 719-695-0002

Highlighted Activity

06/16/2019 Reveille Fire Update for Sunday, June 16, 2019
Reveille Fire Information at: Phone: 719-695-0002 (hours of operation 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.) E-mail: 2019.Reveille@firenet.gov Facebook: @ReveilleFire Inciweb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/6381/ .
News - 06/16/2019
Reveille Fire PIO Field Map June 13, 2019Image options: [ Full Size ]

The Reveille fire is located 9.5 miles North of Gardner, Colorado, in the San Carlos Ranger District of the San Isabel National Forest, in Huerfano County. The fire was reported to the Pueblo Inter-agency Dispatch Center on Monday June 3, 2019, at approximately 1:00 PM. The cause of the fire was lightning. The fire is in remote forest, and there are no evacuations in place and few values at risk.

The Reveille Fire is being managed by a Type 3 Incident Management Team under Incident Commanders Brandon Hess and Tom Barter. Cooperating agencies include the Upper Huerfano County Fire Protection District and the Wet Mountain Fire Protection District.

The fire is burning in a remote area of the forest with limited access due to heavy dead and downed fuels and steep, rugged terrain. These conditions, combined with low risk to values in the area, have prompted fire managers to choose a full-suppression strategy using indirect tactics, thus mitigating risk to firefighters. Crews are improving existing roads and trails in the area and utilizing them as indirect fire control lines while fire managers look for potential firing operations that will consume hazardous fuels. The reduction of these fuels will also lower future risks to first responders in this area.



Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseLightning
Date of OriginMonday June 03rd, 2019 approx. 01:00 PM
LocationFire is 9.5 miles N. of Gardner, CO. on U.S.Forest Service lands.
Incident CommanderBrandon Hess, Tom Barter (t)
Incident DescriptionFull Suppression
Coordinates37.919 latitude, -105.142 longitude

Current Situation

Total Personnel102
Size143 Acres
Estimated Containment DateWednesday July 31st, 2019 approx. 06:00 PM
Fuels Involved

Aspen, shrubs, grass, and conifer forests.

Significant Events

Minimal fire activity, backing, with smoldering and creeping.

Outlook

Planned Actions

Assess safety of roads, assess the need for firing operations as fire dictates. Continue UAS recons.

Projected Incident Activity

No increase projected. Numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms predicted over the next 12-72 hours.

Remarks

Continued demobilization of resources on 6/16/19 including the national caterer.

Current Weather

Weather Concerns

A wet pattern continues across the fire area during the next

several days. Numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms are predicted.