Office: 435-688-3200Dispatch: 435-865-4600 orReport a Wildfire: 435-865-4611Dispatch Website: Color Country Interagency Fire Center. Once the bans kick in, igniting, building, maintaining, attending or using a fire will be prohibited on all six national forests in Arizona until June 30, 2020, or until the ban is rescinded. Fire Restrictions Campfire and smoking restrictions are in place at many recreational areas on public lands statewide, including all six national forests in Arizona. I have heard of an open range down near Casa Grande that doesn't have a range officer if that is what you are trying to avoid. Current Restrictions = None. Public gatherings are capped at 25 percent capacity or 50 people, whichever is smaller. Contact the appropriate fire dispatch office when possible. Home » Fire restrictions. The city of Flagstaff has lifted all fire restrictions within city limits effective Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire, campfire, charcoal, coal, or wood stove other than in a developed campsite or picnic area is prohibited. WHY: The local area has received a significant amount of rain over the past week which will allow the Prescott Fire Department and Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority to lift the current fire restrictions for the residents in our communities. Private gatherings cannot exceed more than 10 people and cannot include members from more than two households. Interested persons can view all current fire restrictions in Arizona at: (not available yet) The Forest Service will be conducting some pile burning up at Baker Butte and the 300 Rd. The agency and incident management team for the incident is responsible for initiating and maintaining information on InciWeb. Remember, only you can prevent Wildfires! Discharging a firearm except while engaged in a lawful hunt pursuant to state, federal, or tribal laws and regulations is prohibited. Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest- Stage 2 CA Termination Order OFFERS. COVID-19 Updates for Arizona Travelers When you’re ready to explore the wonder of Arizona again , we'll be here to welcome you back. See current wildfires and wildfire perimeters in Arizona on the Fire, Weather & Avalanche Center Wildfire Map. As of Friday, May 25th, state-owned and managed lands in Arizona are either under Stage I or Stage II Fire Restrictions or closures. Under these lower-level restrictions, campfires are allowed, but they must be within a developed site. Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire, campfire or stove fire is prohibited. Industrial operations where specific operations and exemptions are identified and mitigation measures are implemented as outlined in an agency plan. No fires along shoreline or wildlife areas. [CDATA[// >