UPDATE: According to to the Teller County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO), as of 3:06 p.m., Friday, April 15th, the Mills Ranch Fire is holding at approximately seven acres large with 60% containment.

“MMA flyover said we’ve made great progress since yesterdays flight,” TCSO wrote on Facebook. “Perimeter of the fire still looks good. We still have heat in the interior areas and will continue with mop up.”

UPDATE (8:40 p.m.): All mandatory and pre-evacuation notices have been lifted and residents can return home. No word yet on containment or acres burned.

UPDATE (5:30 p.m.): 10 agencies are currently battling a 7-acre fire in Woodland Park in the area of Mills Ranch Road. Fire crews reported the at 10% containment as of 5:30 p.m. Thursday. The cause of the fire is as yet unknown.

State aircraft are currently flying to assess the fire. No structures have burned.

Eight residences in close proximity to the fire have been evacuated. Triple B Ranch Road and Red Rocks area are under a pre-evacuation notice.

Wind is challenging fire crews, but is expected to die down this evening.

UPDATE: Triple B Ranch Road and Red Rocks area is now under a Pre-Evacuation Notice.

Pre-evacuation area from Peak Alerts

UPDATE: Evacuation is now mandatory. Area North of Mills Ranch Road 1 mile and East of Sour Dough Road 1 Mile past Lovell Gulch Road.

Mandatory evacuation area from Peak Alerts

WOODLAND PARK — The Teller County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) reported a fire burning in Woodland Park just after 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

TCSO posted the update on their Facebook page. Fire officials are currently working the fire, which has burned between three to five acres. They are battling strong winds in the area.

Residents north and east of 516 Mills Ranch Road should be prepared to evacuate.

No cause of the fire has been determined.

This story will be updated.