Emergency Announcements

Emergency announcements impacting the Superior Notary Service coverage area are posted here.  Mobile professionals whose assignments will cause them to be affected by emergency conditions will be called directly to advise of the most current information available.



No Current Advisories

posted Oct 15, 2014, 9:45 AM by Superior Notary


Evacuations in Franktown (Douglas Co.)

posted Mar 24, 2011, 2:45 PM by Máia W

Thurs 24 March - 3:48pm 

The Douglas County Sherriff has issued reverse 911 calls and ordered evacuations of 8,500 homes due to a quick moving wildfire south of Parker.  The following roads are closed:
  • Bayou Gulch Road 
  • East Hilltop Road
  • North and South Pinery Parkway Road
As of this posting, Hwy 83 and Hwy 86 are both open.

Aurora Power Outage Affecting Traffic

posted Mar 23, 2011, 3:27 PM by Máia W

Wed 23 March - 4:38pm 

There is a large power outage in Aurora affecting Smith Road to 6th and Airport Road to Tower Road.  Several traffic lights have been affected.

Hwy 6 Closed Again

posted Mar 23, 2011, 3:08 PM by Máia W

Wed 23 March - 3:30 pm 

Highway 6
through Clear Creek Canyon is now closed.  A Denver news agency has reported that helicopters fighting the Indian Gulch Fire are causing rocks to fall to the highway.


Hwy 6 Reopened - 21 Mar 2011 8:45 am

posted Mar 22, 2011, 12:59 AM by Máia W


Jefferson County Declared Disaster Area

posted Mar 22, 2011, 12:20 AM by Máia W

Due to the development of three wildfires in (1) areas west of Hwy 6 near Golden, (2) the Soda Creek Subdivision in Evergreen, and (3) the Elk Creek/ Conifer & Spring Creek area, Jefferson County Commissioners officially declared the county a disaster area on Monday, March 21, 2011.

Conditions have been aggravated by high winds, so the direction and speed of the fire progress may change suddenly.  Please remain aware of current weather and road conditions for your local area as often as you are able.  Fire hazard conditions impacting travel areas for current assignments will be posted as soon as possible in addition to direct calls to affected mobile professionals from the SNS office. 

Remember, you can always check current road conditions throughout the state of Colorado by visiting www.cotrip.org/RoadConditions.htm

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