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ARCHELUTA COUNTY DETENTION FACILITY Address

Archeluta County Detention Facility
449 San Juan Drive
Pagosa Springs, CO
81147

Phone:(970) 264-8455

Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office shared Pagosa Weather's post.Thursday, April 19th, 2018 at 11:41am
RED FLAG WARNING forecast for Thursday.

Please keep up the good work of calling our Dispatch Center to report any fires. The earlier we can catch them, the better.
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Thursday, April 19th, 2018 at 9:55am
Thank you Boulder coffee for hosting Coffee with Sheriffs Office this morning!
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, April 18th, 2018 at 5:34am
At approx. 10:40 this morning, a tree fell onto some power lines near Boot Jack and started a small grass fire. By 11:14, Archuleta County Emergency Operations, the Pagosa Fire Protection District and La Plata Electric had the fire controlled and the power line shut down. There was also a privately owned tender on scene helping extinguish the fire.

At approx. 11:17, a second page went out for a tree that knocked down another power line on CR 326. The reporting party stated that he initially saw smoke but could no longer see it at the time of making the 911 call. PFPD re-routed and sent more crews to that location and prior to arriving were notified that there was no fire at that time. The reporting party was unable to leave the residence because the tree fell across the driveway.

Be careful out there Pagosa Country! When the wind is blowing like this, we tend to see many downed trees, power lines, roofing material being ripped off structures and other dangerous incidents. If you know of a tree that’s close to power lines that appears to be rotted, leaning or old, La Plata Electric can look at it to assess the danger and they can cut it down if need be.

When calls such as this come in, please stay at home and keep your phone, iPad or radio with you for updates. Also be aware that if we are dealing with power lines down, chances are very good that traffic will be stopped and/or diverted for safety reasons.

At this time (11:27), all fires have been extinguished and La Plata Electric is attempting to get the downed power lines de-activated. Those living nearby may experience power outages for a period of time.
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 5:29am
Sheriff Valdez and the High School CSI Team practicing for their State competition on Wednesday (but taking a break to enjoy some much deserved pizza).

This is the 6th year the Sheriff's Office has participated in teaching Crime Scene Investigation and the students have been very successful at their competitions to date. Good Luck CSI's!! We know you're gonna do great!!
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 12:32am
Message from LPEA.

LPEA implements seasonal fire prevention measures
With dry conditions arriving early in the region, co-op enhancing safety procedures.

With current and pending future dry conditions, as well as high temperatures and blustery winds present in the region, La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) has implemented enhanced safety measures, helping ensure that electrical equipment damage or repair efforts don’t contribute to fire danger.
“Safety is a number one priority for LPEA and our crews,” said Justin Talbot, manager of operations. “This is two months earlier than we typically start enforcing fire safety measures, but we are being pro-active. What this may mean is that, with our safety steps and checks, in the event of an outage, it will take us a little longer to restore power, and we hope our members will understand.”
At a location where line/equipment damage has prompted an outage, linemen will do extra patrols of the affected section of line to make certain no other flammable objects are touching the electrical equipment. Only then will the all-clear be given and the line re-energized. The linemen will then remain at the location to ensure no embers are smoldering.
“These steps will lengthen our response time just a little, for precautionary purposes, which could be very important if a fire has been sparked,” said Talbot. “Also, all our vehicles are equipped with watering systems to douse any sparked fires.”
LPEA has line personnel on stand-by throughout the night – one Journeyman Lineman each in Durango, Bayfield/Ignacio and Pagosa Springs. In the event of more serious conditions, additional line personnel will be called to an outage location.
“We coordinate closely with county emergency personnel so we can be ready and in place if a fire approaches our electrical system, such as a distribution line, transmission line or substation,” said Talbot.
“We’re also asking our customers to be aware – be our eyes,” said Curt Marlatt, line superintendent. “If you’ve got an outage, go outside and survey your property, as well as your neighbors’, for downed power lines, smoke or a visible fire. If you see anything, call 9-1-1 immediately – then call LPEA at 970.247.5786, and please stay away from all downed powerlines.”
In an associated effort, LPEA’s contracted tree trimming crews, which are currently working in La Plata County and moving to Archuleta County in coming weeks, have been asked to remain in their work areas following the last use of a chain saw to make sure no fires have been sparked.
“And customers living in wooded areas, please look up – look at the trees that are near the electrical lines,” said Marlatt. “If you notice large branches that could potentially fall through the lines on a windy day, or a dead tree in the right-of-way, give us a call. We will come check it out and if it is a potential hazard, we can take care of it.”
LPEA, a Touchstone Energy Cooperative established in 1939, provides to its more than 30,000 members, with in excess of 42,000 meters, safe, reliable electricity at the lowest reasonable cost, while being environmentally responsible. For additional information, visit www.lpea.coop.
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office
Archuleta County, CO Sheriff's Office shared Pagosa Weather's post.Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 12:13am
Good morning all.

Another Red Flag Warning scheduled for later today. Please be mindful of the conditions and try to limit any activity that may start a fire. Crews are still mopping up and monitoring two fires started last week from downed power lines.
Thank you to everyone so far for your diligence in reporting smoke. Early warning is key for fire crews to suppress the threat.