Current Regional Incident Information
Do you know which forest the fire is located? If so, click on the forest here and learn more about the fire. Keep in mind that some forests may not post their fire information directly to the webpage. Each forest will direct you to their method of fire information sharing.
- Ashley National Forest
- Boise National Forest
- Bridger-Teton National Forest
- Caribou-Targhee National Forest
- Dixie National Forest
- Fishlake National Forest
- Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
- Manti-LaSal National Forest
- Payette National Forest
- Salmon-Challis National Forest
- Sawtooth National Forest
- Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
If you don't know where the fire is burning, the most effective way to learn about incident information about a particular fire is to search by state (below), or for larger established incidents use Inciweb. The Great Basin Coordination Center website hosts a lot of great fire information such as incident information, preparedness levels, resources assigned, weather outlooks, incident command teams, specific to our region.
- Great Basin Coordination Center
- Idaho Wildfire Information
- Nevada Wildfire Information
- Utah Wildfire Information
- Wyoming Wildfire Information
Inciweb is great tool for researching large current incidents. Inciweb is an interagency all-risk incident information management system. Incidents on InciWeb are typically wildland fires, but the site will also host incidents when responding to natural disaster cleanup, search and rescue/recovery efforts, hurricane/tornado recovery or assisting other countries with manmade or natural disasters. This site serves as a single source of incident related information and is managed by Incident Management Teams or local public information officers.
Additional Fire Information
Incident Management Situation Report (IMSR) - a daily report, except in times of slow incident activity, of wildland fires and incident response. The report shows an overview of incidents, grouped by geographic area. Report details include fire names, sizes, percent contained, personnel assigned, estimated costs, etc.
Air Now is your one-stop source for air quality data. Our recently redesigned site highlights air quality in your local area first, while still providing air quality information at state, national, and world views. A new interactive map even lets you zoom out to get the big picture or drill down to see data for a single air quality monitor.
The National Wildfire Coordinating Group hosts on the National Fire Situational Awareness page, where users may access the map in a full browser view. Additional incident specific information can be accessed at InciWeb.