LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – (Updated – 9:00 p.m.) All mandatory evacuations that were implemented as the result of this wildfire have been lifted and the evacuation center is now closed.

Officials with Larimer County Sheriff’s Office said that the fire had been contained to two structures on Lone Pine Court. The Feather Lakes Fire Department has taken over operations as of this post.

(Updated – 7:23 p.m.) “The mandatory evacuation borders are now County Road 179 (also known as County Road 67J or Prairie Divide Road) on the west, Pipsissawa Lane on the east, County Road 74E on the south, and approximately 1/4 mile north of Lone Pine Court,” officials with Larimer County Sheriff’s Office said in a NOCO alert sent out Sunday evening.

Residents that live outside of the areas on this updated list, may return home.

Volunteers with the American Red Cross of Colorado and Wyoming have reportedly been deployed to the evac center at Cache La Poudre Middle School, located at 3515 West County Road 54G Laporte.

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Officials with the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office have sent out a mandatory evacuation message in response to the breaking out of a wildfire on Lone Pine Court.

If you live in the Fox Acres area north of County Road 74E, east to include the Dowdy Lake area, and west to County Road 73C, you need to evacuate immediately.

You can find a map with the precise evacuation area outline at www.nocoalert.org. Immediate updates can be obtained by texting LCEVAS to 888777.

FOX31 will update you on the wildfire battling efforts as Larimer officials release them.