The Craig Interagency Dispatch website houses local fire and dispatch information for the Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit. The NWCFMU is located in the northwest corner of the state encompassing the counties of Rio Blanco, Moffat, Routt, Jackson and Grand. The agencies in partnership with the fire and dispatch center are; the counties mentioned above; CSFS; Bureau of Land Management; National Park Service; United States Forest Service and; Fish and Wildlife Service.
The Rocky Mountain Area Coordination Center web site covers the Rocky Mountain Region, also referred to as Region 2. This region is comprised of Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota. This website contains links to all the regional dispatch centers, including the Craig Interagency Dispatch website, as well as the National Interagency Dispatch Center located in Boise, ID. It also contains training, weather, new releases, fire restrictions, seasonal outlook, large fire, crew and incident management team information.
The Rocky Mountain Wildland Fire Information website was developed by the Colorado State Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and other partners to provide a "one-stop" fire education source for wildland fire communicators. This website also provides a searchable grants database, media tools, calendar of events, and links to other wildland websites.
National Fire News contains national fire information pertaining to large fires and is updated everyday. It also provides weather and fire danger ratings.