Fire and Aviation Management

“Wildfires  It is not a matter of if, it is a matter of when”. Prepare now. Ready, Set, Go program

Job Opportunities

Firefighter training - one with hose on road, three spraying down a tree, one instructor looking onCurrent Job Opportunities

The Tonto National Forest is looking for hardworking individuals to work in Recreation, Range, Wildlife or Fire for the 2019 season. Current Job Opportunities Available.


Current Fire Information

Find the latest fire information on current fire incidents including fire restrictions, closures, and media releases.

Fire Restrictions and Closures

For a current listing of fire restrictions in Arizona, visit either Arizona Interagency Wildfire Prevention or Fire Restrictions site.

Fireworks and other pyrotechnic devices prohibited. Explosives, Fireworks, Spark Arrestors Regional Closure Order  (R03-004)

Inciweb Fire Information

InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident web information management system provided by the United States Forest Service released in 2004. It was originally developed for wildland fire emergencies, but can be also used for other emergency incidents (natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.).

Arizona Interagency Wildfire Prevention

The Arizona Interagency Wildfire Prevention Team's mission is "to provide public land management agency support in fire prevention". You can get up to date information about wildfires and other emergencies anywhere in Arziona by visiting the site.

Southwest Area Wildfire Fire Operations

The Southwest Area Wildland Fire Operations Website is an interagency site maintained by the Southwest Coordination Center 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.

National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC)

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


About the Firewise Communities Program
Brush, grass and forest fires don’t have to be disasters. NFPA’s Firewise Communities Program encourages local solutions for safety by involving homeowners in taking individual responsibility for preparing their homes from the risk of wildfire. Firewise is a key component of Fire Adapted Communities – a collaborative approach that connects all those who play a role in wildfire education, planning and action with comprehensive resources to help reduce risk.

The program is co-sponsored by the USDA Forest Service, the US Department of the Interior, and the National Association of State Foresters.

National Fire Plan

A National Fire Plan has been developed through cooperation of all federal agencies. Check out the National Fire Plan webpage.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones)

Flying drones within or near wildfires without permission could cause injury or death to firefighters, and hamper their ability to protect lives, property, and natural cultural resources.

Drone Guidance

If You Fly, We Can't! - Drone's and wildfire