Fire officials battling the 416 Fire north of Durango have issued a containment date, or a date they believe a line will be built all the way around the fire, for July 31.
"We don't know the cause of the fire", said Julie Sutor, a Summit County spokeswoman.
Due to the 416 and Burro fires, manpower is already thin.
"We recognize the conditions are dry and hot", Gov. John HIckenlooper said in a statement.
New Mexico's most populous county is closing open space areas on the east side of the Sandia Mountains because of high fire danger. "There's a lot of structures and a lot of people we're trying to move", he said.
The National Weather Service Grand Junction warned that new fire starts and extreme fire behavior are possible as a result of the combined threat of gusty winds, low humidity and dry thunderstorms.
Previous evacuations include the communities of Mountain Home, Wold Tract, WyoColo, Foxpark, Gramm, Beehive, and Miller Lake.
Evacuees are being asked by Albany County to email email@example.com with accurate contact information so that consistent information sharing can be maintained. The operational plan will be to continue to focus on public and firefighter safety, evacuations, assessments, and structure protection.
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On Tuesday, InciWeb, a federal database of U.S. fires, showed the wildfire was 92% contained, and said Cimarron Canyon State Park will be closed through July 4.
Evacuation orders were lifted in the afternoon for 560 residences and 20 businesses in the Rockwood, Tamarron and Glacier Club areas.
"We're sad that the forest is closed, but there are a handful of people who just don't get it and walk away from their campfire", said Debbie Packard, who works at the Canon Del Rio resort and spa in Jemez Springs, N.M., in the Santa Fe National Forest.
At this time the cause of the fire is unknown, but the origin of the fire is near Forest Road 501, and between Badger Creek and the North Fork of Pelton Creek.
No homes have been lost although the fire came close to buildings Sunday night, authorities said.
Conversations about residents returning home have taken place between the incident command post and law-enforcement agencies.
Moab residents Tim Clark and his girlfriend Tina Saunders grabbed their dogs, family photos and a laptop, evacuating with their home in flames.
Summit Fire and U.S. Forest Service crews are responding to the fire. This means that forest campgrounds, day use areas, roads, and trails will be closed, including wilderness areas, and that hiking, dispersed camping, and other recreational activities are prohibited.