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Looks like the AZ Daily Sun got press releases from Coconino and Kaibab National Forests. Will probably show up on InciWeb and twitter soon. Nothing is faster than HAZ.It's funny they haven't posted this on their website yet.
Fire restrictions have already been lifted on the A-S.Fire Restrictions on the Coconino National Forest will be lifted at 8:00 am on Wednesday, July 18, 2016. You will be able to use your chainsaw anytime during the day after Wednesday.
well said. thank youTough_Boots wrote:How about we just take it upon ourselves to realize its a bad idea to have fires right now instead of searching for the last place in Arizona where it might be legal? I'm backpacking this weekend and wouldn't be having a fire even if there weren't restrictions.
I believe the only closure areas were on the Tonto, and nothing has been rescinded there yet. Camp fires are allowed everywhere else.nonot wrote:So are campfires allowed now, or just opened for visitation?
I'm pretty sure that means that most public lands in Arizona are now free of seasonal fire restrictions.PHOENIX (July 24, 2011) – All campfire, smoking, and target shooting restrictions affecting the Tonto National Forest are being lifted, effective 8 a.m., Wednesday, July 25.