PRONOIA RESOURCES LIMITED Application What you need to know about wildfires in Colorado and Arizona

What you need to know about wildfires in Colorado and Arizona

After more than 20,000 people were evacuated from Colorado on Friday night, the Air Resources Board (ARB) issued a statement on Saturday saying it had begun a review of the wildfire situation in Colorado.

The statement from the ARB stated that the fires in the region have burned more than 2,200 square miles of the state and caused an estimated $3.5 billion in property damage.

Colorado has seen more than 80 wildfires in the past seven months, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.

The most recent was a wildfire in the central Colorado town of Fort Collins that burned for more than a week and cost more than $1 million.

The Fort Collins Fire was one of the largest in the state’s history, and was considered the largest fire in U.S. history at the time of its initial declaration.

The National Intermediafire Center reported the fires are burning in a “high, dry” and “high and dry” area, and are likely to become active in the coming weeks.

The agency said the fires may burn in “high-forested areas” and that it is “not yet clear” if the fires will affect the state.

The agency also said there is no immediate threat to public health, and that its “highly likely” that the smoke will remain in the air for the next several days.

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department (CPLWD) said the fire season has been declared, but they have not officially announced any closure for the state, nor have they made any decisions regarding the evacuation of residents.

The fires have forced the closure of some highways in the area, the agency said, but it said that it has not had to reroute people’s vehicles due to the fire.