Active Advisories & Alerts In Effect

The following information is provided to help visitors plan and prepare for their next adventure on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Kanab Field Office.

SW Utah, N Arizona to implement fire restrictions

ST. GEORGE, Utah (June 1, 2022) - Due to another year of on-going drought and record low precipitation levels, Color Country Interagency Fire Managers are implementing fire restrictions beginning June 2 at 12:01 a.m. on the Arizona Strip and all unincorporated county, state and federally administered public lands in the following Utah counties: Washington, Kane, Garfield, and Iron. For more details, visit Southwest Utah, Northern Arizona to implement fire restrictions | Bureau of Land Management (blm.gov)

Fire restriction information can also be found at BLM Utah Fire Restrictions. For more information on preventing unwanted human-caused wildfires and updates on fire related information throughout the state of Utah, visit www.UtahFireInfo.gov. You can also visit www.UtahFireSense.org for more ways to enhance your “Fire Sense” and help prevent human-caused wildfires.

PRD_CCD Stage 1 Fire Restrictions
Stage 1 Fire Restrictions poster for the Paria River District and Color Country District.

GSENM Road Report

The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Road Report is updated weekly, sooner if changing conditions warrant. For the most current road condition report, visit GSENM-Road-Condition-Report | Bureau of Land Management (blm.gov). Several roads are impassable due to winter conditions. When venturing within the  Monument, we recommend always being prepared with extra fuel, food, blankets, water, etc. Thank you. We hope you enjoy your visit to GSENM!

GSENM/KFO Weather Kiosk

https://www.weather.gov/source/slc/kiosk/GSENM-KFO/ 

Changed

Wed, 06/15/2022 - 7:37 am MDT

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Fri, 06/11/2021 - 1:12 pm MDT

Region

Paria River DO