Updated at 9:15 p.m. April 17, 2022
Fire officials say a small blaze near Lyons is holding steady at 114 acres and crews reached full containment on Sunday afternoon.
No injuries have been reported from the 37E fire and crews have made "great progress," according to the Larimer County sheriff’s office.
Mandatory evacuations for areas near the fire were lifted Saturday evening, and voluntary orders were rescinded Sunday, with all residents allowed to return without restrictions.
The Poudre County electric co-op said the fire damaged power poles and left many customers without electricity. Crews restored power to many residents overnight, the provider said in a tweet. Crews are still working to replace four power poles damaged by the blaze.
An air quality alert that had been issued for parts of Boulder and Larimer counties Saturday has also expired.
CPR's Megan Verlee contributed to this story.
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