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Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Place Lynne LaMaster

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Place Beginning Friday, May 14

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  • Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are in place across much of Northern Arizona
  • Yavapai County, Prescott, CAFMA, Prescott National Forest are all coordinating in these restrictions
  • State lands within all but five southeastern AZ counties are also under Stage 1 restrictions
  • National Forests are likely under some sort of Stage 1 restrictions
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Stage 1 Fire Restrictions go into place for much of Arizona

You’re safest if you assume your Arizona location is under Stage 1 fire restrictions. If it’s not the fire district, it might be your city or town. It could be in the forest, or on state lands. But, nobody wants a fire in their jurisdiction.

 

National Forest Fire Restrictions: 

State Lands Restrictions, Effective May 14:

Stage I Fire Restrictions: State lands within: Apache, Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai, and Yuma Counties, along with Coconino - south of the Grand Canyon. https://dffm.az.gov/current-state-fire-restrictions-information

 

County and Fire District Restrictions, Effective May 14: 

Apache County

Coconino County

Mohave County

Navajo County

Yavapai County

 

Sedona Fire District

Chino Valley

Cottonwood

Prescott

Prescott Valley

Verde Valley

 

Bureau of Land Management (BLM):

Effective 8 a.m. Friday, May 14, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Phoenix and Colorado River Districts, the Prescott National Forest, the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, the Tonto National Forest and the Tonto National Monument will implement campfire and smoking restrictions in central and western Arizona. Campfires are never permitted on Imperial, Cibola, Bill Williams River, and Havasu National Wildlife Refuges (NWR); however, campfires are permitted on Kofa NWR unless otherwise restricted. Visitors should check with refuge visitor center for up-to-date information. Residents and visitors should check with respective county governments for information on implementation of fire bans across unincorporated county lands. 

 

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Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Editor and Publisher of CopperState News. In her past life, she was the founder of a successful local news media publication in the Prescott area. She started CopperState News with the idea that local news deserves a statewide platform.

Besides prowling around for community news - especially good news! - Lynne and her husband Lewis enjoy their eight children and six grandchildren (although more are always welcome!). Lynne is connected non-stop to her camera and loves creating unique gifts with her Cricut!

One of her favorite sayings is, "It's not about me!"

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