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BOULDER, Colo. (KDVR) — The Marshall Fire burning south of Boulder is forcing full evacuations of all residents in Louisville and Superior.

The Boulder Office of Emergency Management is telling people “if you see fire, evacuate.”

Shelters, overnight shelters

As of Saturday, emergency evacuation centers that remain open:

  • If you are COVID-positive and must evacuate: Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church (3485 Stanford Ct., Boulder)
  • YMCA of Nothern Colorado (2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette) Pets are allowed

Animal shelters

Update: According to FOX31’s Rachel Skytta, the Boulder County Fairgrounds is now full with 200 animals. People can take their larger animals to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds at 15200 W. Sixth Ave. Frontage Rd., Golden.

Riverdale Regional Park is no longer accepting livestock/large animals at this time. For assistance with displaced animals, please take animals to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds (15200 W. 6th Ave. Frontage Rd., Golden). JeffCo Fairgrounds is the lead in caring for displaced animals. We are still on standby should the need arise.

The Riverdale Animal Shelter is also assisting families with displaced pets and large animals. For questions, call 303-288 1535 or visit their website.

For overnight requests for companion animals (cats, dogs, etc.) at Riverdale Animal Shelter please contact Adcom at 303.288.1535.

Promise Ranch is accepting large animal evacuations at 873 Lake Gulch Rd., Castle Rock (near Interstate 25 and Plum Creek. Contact Kaity at 720-934-9658 to let them know you are going and how many animals you are bringing.

You can find the latest evacuation and pre-evacuation zones here.

This is a breaking and developing news story. Check back here for new updates on evacuation centers.