BLM Arizona COVID-19 Facility Updates

The Department of the Interior’s current COVID-19 policy incorporates CDC guidance. As CDC science-based guidance changes, our policy will adapt. 

BLM Arizona facilities are following updated guidance based on CDC's COVID-19 Community Level

For more information and to view the United States Department of Interior COVID-19 Workplace Safety Plan please visit

BLM Arizona public rooms are open for in-person visits. BLM Arizona public rooms are following updated guidance based on CDC's COVID-19 Community Level.

You can also continue to do business by phone or email. If you hope to meet with a specific BLM staff member, we recommend calling or emailing before visiting the office.

Reconnect with your local BLM Field Office

The BLM continues to work with local, state, and federal officials to support responsible recreation on public lands throughout Arizona. 

Despite some specific closures, millions of acres of BLM-managed public lands across Arizona remain open to enjoy, as long as you do so responsibly and safely. Click here to learn more about recreational opportunities on BLM land in Arizona.

Find a recreation site that matches with what you want to do. 

✅ Before you explore the outdoors, check for fire restrictions.

Remember to plan ahead, be responsible, be safe and above all, have fun!

Online Public Room

You can also find many resources at our online public room including:


Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness

Brandenburg Ranger Station closed—The BLM has temporarily closed the Brandenburg Ranger Station at the Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness Area. The Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness Area will remain open for camping, hiking and other back country recreation uses. You must have a permit to enter the Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness. Learn more about Aravaipa Canyon permits.