To provide for the public’s health and safety during management activities associated with the Juniper Fire.
All National Forest System Lands, roads, and trails to the east of State Highway 288 and to the west of Forest Road 203 (commonly referred to as the Cherry Creek Road) contained with the boundary lines as depicted on the attached map and hereby incorporated in this order. State Highway 288 and Cherry Creek Road will remain open for the duration of this order.
The purpose of this Order is the protection of National Forest visitors and employees, the prevention of user conflicts, the conservation of natural resources, and the protection of property belonging to the United States.
The purpose of this order is to protect National Forest visitors, employees and contractors due to unsafe road conditions caused by heavy rainfall and major erosion on the roadways.
The prohibition contained in this order become effective when signed and remain effective through June 1, 2016 or until rescinded whichever occurs first. This order supersedes and rescinds special order 12-14-058R.
Violations of these prohibitions are punishable as a class B Misdemeanor by a fine of not more than $5,000 for an individual or $10,000 for an organization, or imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or both (16 USC 551 and 18 USC 3559 and 3571).
These restrictions are in addition to the general prohibitions found at 36 CFR 261, Subpart A.
The purpose of this Order is the protection of National Forest visitors and employees in areas of high recreation use and forest-urban interface, where the indiscriminate discharge of a firearm is likely to pose a substantial risk to public safety.
To provide protection from disturbance caused by human activity in a high-intensity recreation area, for Bald Eagle nesting, incubation, nestlings, and fledglings during the critical reproductive period.
Prohibitions: Going into or being upon the restricted area between the dates of December 1 and June 30 of each year that this order is in effect. 36 CFR 261.53(a)
Prohibitions contained in this Order become effective March 12, 2014 and will remain in effect until March 31, 2017, unless terminated sooner. If by March 31 of any year, the breeding pair is not occupying the breeding area (BA) or the specific nest this closure protects, or the pair in an occupied BA does not lay eggs in a nest within the closure, then the closure may be terminated by the Forest Supervisor and the area opened to the public.