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    Fire restrictions

    Here's a link to fire restrictions in AZ. Man, this is only February. We're in for a bad one.

    http://gacc.nifc.gov/swcc/informatio...ictions_az.htm

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    Re: Fire restrictions

    Which area does Florence Junction fall under??? Out of these....

    FEDERAL AND TRIBAL LANDS
    Prescott National Forest

    Tonto National Forest
    (602) 225-5200
    Restrictions effective 2/23/06 | Map
    Pinal Mountains added to Restictions 2/23/06
    Bart, Cave Creek, and Edge Fire areas to remain closed. Canyon Creek Area closure (Rodeo-Chediski burn area) lifted 1/30/06.

    BLM--Phoenix Field Office
    (623) 580-5500
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    BLM--Lake Havasu Field Office
    (928) 505-1200
    No Restrictions
    No Closures
    BLM--Kingman Field Office
    (928) 692-4400
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    BLM--Yuma Field Office
    (928) 317-3200
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    Maricopa County
    (602) 506-2930
    No Restrictions
    No Closures
    Yavapai County
    (928) 771-3100
    No Restrictions
    No Closures
    Pima Agency
    (520) 562-3974
    No Restrictions
    No Closures
    Salt River Field Office
    (480) 850-8244
    No Restrictions
    No Closures
    Colorado River Tribal Lands
    (928) 669-4392
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge
    (928) 667-4144
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    Cibola National Wildlife Refuge
    (928) 857-3253
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    Havasu National Wildlife Refuge
    (760) 326-3853
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    Imperial National Wildlife Refuge
    (928) 783-3371
    No Restrictions
    No Closures

    Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
    (928) 783-7861
    No Restrictions
    No Closures


    Arizona State
    State Trust Lands:

    No Restrictions or Closures
    State Wildlife Areas:
    No Restrictions or Closures
    State Parks:
    No Restrictions

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    Re: Fire restrictions

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie469
    Which area does Florence Junction fall under??? Out of these....
    None.

    This is the BLM link: http://www.blm.gov/az/tfo/


    Barry

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    Re: Fire restrictions

    Thank you!

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    Re: Fire restrictions

    COCONINO COUNTY FIRE BAN IN EFFECT
    May 16, 2012

    Contact: Nathan Gonzalez, Public Information Officer

    Phone: 928-679-7172, Cell: 928-699-172

    Coconino County Imposes Fire Ban

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has approved a ban on open burning on public and private lands in the unincorporated areas of the County. The ban takes effect Wednesday, May 16 at 10 a.m. and will remain in effect until fire danger conditions subside.

    The ban includes all open fires, campfires, fireworks and other pyrotechnic displays on private and public lands in the unincorporated areas of the County. Excepted from the ban are petroleum-fueled stoves or lanterns, enclosed charcoal barbeque grills operated in residential yards and special events specifically approved by the Board of Supervisors.

    “The continued dry weather has made for dangerous fire conditions throughout the County and much of the state,” said County Supervisor Chairman Carl Taylor. “It’s our hope that imposing this ban will help to avoid additional devastating wildfires that threaten our communities.”

    The Board’s decision to impose the ban is in conjunction with fire restrictions placed on the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests, the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County Parks and Recreation.

    Citizens are reminded to use caution when smoking cigarettes outdoors and to completely extinguish them.

    The use of any machinery that may emit sparks, such as chainsaws and welding equipment should be used with caution during the extreme fire danger period. Be prepared and have fire extinguishing equipment readily available.

    ###

    http://www.coconino.az.gov/news.aspx?id=27956

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