According to this update, you should be fine on BLM or National Forest Land, but it's worth calling the San Juan Public Lands Center - contact info below.
FIRE RESTRICTIONS for BLM and National Forest Lands in Southwest Colorado
On Wednesday, August 1st, the San Juan National Forest will lift all fire restrictions for its public lands in southwestern Colorado. This means that fire restrictions for lower elevations, known as Zone 1 in Montezuma, DOLORES, La Plata and Archuleta counties, are now lifted. Previously, restrictions had been lifted in higher-elevation Zone 2 areas.
On Wednesday, Aug. 1, the Bureau of Land Management will lift all fire restrictions on public lands within Delta, Gunnison, Montrose, Ouray, Saguache and San Miguel Counties. Previously, fire restrictions were also rescinded on public lands within San Juan and Hinsdale Counties.
The Forest Service reminds the public to be safe with campfires:
• Always have a shovel and container of water on hand to contain the fire, if needed.
• Clear flammable debris away from the site.
• Be especially cautious on windy days.
• Take the time to make sure your fire is dead out. Pour water on it and stir ashes until coals are cool to the touch and there is no smoke.
“We thank everyone for their cooperation with our fire restrictions this season,” said Mark Stiles, San Juan National Forest Supervisor.
For more information, go to www.fs.usda.gov/sanjuan
For more information, contact the San Juan Public Lands Center at 970 247-4874.
Updates for any current fires can be found on the News Page.
For burns on Private Lands - Residents in Fort Lewis Mesa, Durango Fire & Rescue and Upper Pine fire districts should call 385-2900 before burning. Residents in the southeast section of La Plata county and those in and around Ignacio should call 563-4401.