Mullen Fire Info For Sat. Oct 17th

Rob Roy, Keyston Photo by Greg Sanders

POSTED: Sat. Oct 17 at 10:$5am

The Mullen Fire is currently 174,840 acres in size with containment at 53 percent. There are 893 staff on site.

The following areas have been changed from mandatory evacuation to pre-evacuation. 

​-Albany

-Rambler

-Moore’s Gulch 

-Keystone

-Lake Creek 

Property owners in the above communities may now enter their private property. Owners will need to access the area through Albany and report to the security check point on forest service road 500 just above Albany. The forest service security will have a list of all property owners in the aforementioned communities. You will be required to provide a state issued ID and a specific address.

Please stay on the advised route to your property. As a reminder there is still a forest closure in this area, so stay on the road. Since these areas are still under a pre-evacuation please be aware of your surroundings and be prepared to leave in short notice.

If you have any additional questions regarding this specific update please contact the Albany County Sheriff’s Office by calling the non-emergent dispatch line at 307-721-2526 and request to speak with a supervisor. Highway 11 will re-open to allow this access. 

Every day at 5pm, there will be a public meeting via Live video on the Mullen Fire Information Facebook page .

If you do not have Facebook, please e-mail 2020.Mullen@firenet.gov to request the zoom link. Turn off your video and mute your microphone if join by Zoom.