El Paso County will hold a meeting on Monday for those affected by last month's 117 fire.
The meeting will be 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the cafeteria of Hanover Junior-Senior High School, 17050 S. Peyton Highway.
County Assessor Steve Schleiker will answer questions about the fire's impact on property values and damage assessments his office conducted after the blaze, which broke out April 17 and grew to more than 42,000 acres.
"We will discuss the damage assessment process, the proration process for the destroyed and damaged properties, along with the portability of the senior homestead exemption," Schleiker said in a statement.
Commissioner Longinos Gonzalez Jr. also will be in attendance.
According to the assessment, the fire caused about $1.3 million in property damage, burning 18 homes and more than 20 other buildings.