BLM Utah Fire Restrictions
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) implements fire restrictions to prevent losses from human-caused wildfires brought on by extreme drought, high fire danger conditions, and the increased use of public lands. The BLM asks the public to use their Fire Sense (common sense) to help prevent human-caused wildfires. 

Current Status: Stage 1 Fire Restrictions for Salt Lake Field Office 

Update: Sept. 8, 2021

As of Sept. 8, fire restrictions have been lifted for all Utah public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management except for the Salt Lake Field Office of the West Desert District. 

 

Campfire Safety

Campfire safety is essential to preventing human-caused wildfires. Visit the Smokey Bear website to learn more about safety procedures and tips to properly extinguish campfires

For more information on preventing unwanted human caused wildfires or the State-wide Fire Sense Campaign, visit www.utahfireinfo.gov or on Twitter @UtahWildfire.  

 

Fire Restrictions & Prevention Orders

State-wide Fire Prevention Order

All Inclusive County, State,  Federal Fire Restrictions and Prevention Orders

BLM Public Land Fire Prevention Order (May 2021)

Canyon Country

Fire restrictions have been lifted for the public lands managed by the Canyon Country District Grand and San Juan counties.

Color Country

Fire restrictions have been lifted for the public lands managed by the Color Country District in Washington, Iron, Beaver, Kane, and Garfield counties.

Green River

Fire restrictions have been lifted for the public lands managed by the Green River District Carbon, Daggett, Duchesne, Emery and Uintah counties. 

Paria River

Fire restrictions have been lifted for the public lands managed by the Paria River District in Kane and Garfield counties.

West Desert

Fire restrictions have been lifted for the public lands managed by the West Desert District in Cache, Morgan, Rich, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele, Utah, Wasatch, Weber, Juab and Millard counties.