Arizona Interagency Wildfire Prevention & Information
We are in this together, Arizona! Wildfire prevention takes Teamwork and we need YOU on our Team!
(Information is provided by agencies associated with the Southwest Coordinating Group)
Prevention Tips and ways you can help prevent wildfires
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Know Before You Go!
Before you head outdoors to explore, always check for...
Fires ignited under these conditions, even accidentally, would exhibit EXTREME fire behavior. Limit or restrict all activities that may generate a spark and start a fire.
Follow all fire restrictions that may be in effect and use caution when working or recreating outdoors.
WILDFIRE AREAS ARE
If You Fly, We Can't - It's Not Worth The View
Interagency UAS Program (nifc.gov)
Where Can I Fly? | Federal Aviation Administration (faa.gov)
The use of fireworks, exploding targets, and incendiary devices* is NOT ALLOWED on federally managed public lands YEAR-ROUND.
Fire & Incident Information:
Wildfire updates, recent reports, and map :
Southwest Area Coordination Center
[Southwest Area = Arizona, New Mexico, portions of West Texas and Oklahoma]
The Southwest Coordination Center (SWCC) is the interagency focal point for coordinating the mobilization of resources between the twelve Federal and State Dispatch Centers of the Southwest Area and, when necessary, the National Coordination Center in Boise, ID, for assignment throughout the nation.
Located in Albuquerque, NM, the SWCC mobilizes resources for wildland fire, prescribed fire, and other all-risk incidents. In addition, the Center provides Predictive Services and Intelligence related-products in support of incident management decision-making for wildland fire managers and on-the-ground wildland firefighters. The sites host an incredible ammount of information and data, including historical fire activity data.
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Wildfire Preparedness Resources:
Living with Wildfire - Homeowners' Firewise Guide for Arizona
American Red Cross - AZ, NM, El PasoGreater Phoenix | Southern AZ | Northern AZ
IS YOUR COMMUNITY FIRE ADAPTED?
“A human community consisting of informed and prepared citizens collaboratively planning and taking action to safely coexist with wildland fire.”