Looks like Mt. Lemmon is reopening tomorrow without any Burro Fire-related closures per a Coronado National Forest News Release, which states in part:
Tucson, Arizona (July 13, 2017) - For Immediate Release. With the reopening of the Mt. Lemmon Highway July 14 at 8:00 a.m. Coronado National Forest officials expect large numbers of visitors to the mountain’s campgrounds and picnic areas over hot summer weekend. Although some rain has fallen in isolated areas of the Forest, most areas are dry, and campfires are prohibited (see below). The following are tips for safe and enjoyable weekend outings.
The recent Burro Fire occurred on the east side of the mountain range. Caution is called for when entering burned areas. Visitors are encouraged to use situational awareness on and around trails by watching out for and avoiding weakened or downed trees, burned-out stump holes, and other debris which may be present. Care is also needed on trails which bear evidence of fire suppression activities, such as digging, trenching, and removal and dispersal of vegetation.
Stage 2 Fire Restrictions remain in place.