Fire and Aviation Resources


Fire Information

Fire History on the Apache-Sitgreaves

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Change: Fire information Line for Apache, Greenlee and Navajo counties is “311” on any cell phone, 928.333-3412 on your landline or check Coordination Center

The Southwest Coordination Center is located in Albuquerque, NM. It is designed to provide general fire information for the public and to serve as a source of fire intelligence for the wildland fire community.... Read more»

National Interagency Fire Center

Located in Boise, Idaho, NIFC is the nationwide clearinghouse for information on current wildland fire status and national situation reports... Read more»

National Incident Information Center

Located in Washington, D.C., staffed durning fire season, NIIC provides a daily executive summary to congressionals and agency ecexutives... Read more»

Fire Information

For all types of information regarding fire activity on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests visit the Fire Information webpage.

Fire Weather Information

The National Weather Service provides indepth analysis of burn conditions for areas across the United States. Information on burn conditions for Flagstaff area and northern Arizona... Read more »

Fire Management Planning Definitions and Acronyms

Definitions of common terms and acronyms used by fire management in news releases, planning documents, etc... Read more »

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)

NRCS provides conservation planning to farmers and ranchers who have been impacted or are in close proximity to areas that were affected by the wildfire. Conservation planning is a fundamental starting point for maintaining and improving the natural resources that support a productive and profitable agricultural operation. Following a natural disaster, such as a wildfire, conservation planning can help restore the production of the land.

Contact your local field office in Springerville at 928-333-4941 for more information in receiving technical assistance on your property or visit

Prescribed Fire Information

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Wildland Fire Use Information

Lightning strikes a tree in a remote area of the forest. The fire grows to more than 1000 acres, and you say the forest officials are doing what?! Monitoring the fire and watching it burn. What's happening here? That's a good question. Read more»


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Information and history about the Black Mesa Hotshots

Rodeo-Chediski and Wallow Fire History Pages