Wallow Fire History

 

The Wallow Fire started on May 29, 2011 and was declared 100% contained on July 8, 2011.  The size of the fire was reported as 538,049, the largest in recorded Arizona history.  A number of fire teams from across America assisted with suppression efforts side-by-side with local, county, state, federal, and volunteer efforts.  This webpage is here to provide information about the Wallow Fire.

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