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BLM Arizona Fire Restrictions

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The BLM, a leader in the nation’s management of wildland fire, carries out a broad range of actions to protect the public, natural landscapes, wildlife habitat, recreational areas, and other values and resources. 

Year-Round Restrictions

  • Using exploding targets, fireworks, tracer ammunition and other incendiary devices is prohibited on BLM-managed public land in Arizona. Fire Prevention Order [PDF]

Open the tabs below for local contact information, fire restrictions, and closures for the area(s) you are planning to visit.

Arizona Strip District

Arizona Strip District 

Office: 435-688-3200
Dispatch: 435-865-4600 or
Report a Wildfire: 435-865-4611
Dispatch Website: Color Country Interagency Fire Center


Fire Restrictions 

Effective on Nov. 11, 2020, at 8:00 a.m., fire restrictions for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands administered by the Arizona Strip District will be lifted. 

Exploding targets, fireworks, and paper/sky lanterns are prohibited year-round on BLM-managed public lands in Arizona. Fire Prevention Order [PDF]


Pine Hollow Fire, August 11, 2020

Due to decreased fire conditions and activities in the area, the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip District (BLM) is partially rescinding Fire Closure Order Number: AZ-ASD-03-20.

The Arizona Scenic Trail, from Stateline campground south to the Kaibab National Forest boundary, will remain closed.

Closures were on all lands managed by the Arizona Strip District and the partial rescission of this order is effective at 12:01 MDT August 11, 2020.

Colorado River District

Colorado River District

Dispatch: 928-777-5700 (24 hours)
Dispatch Website: Prescott Interagency Fire Center


Fire Restrictions

On Nov. 11, 2020 at 6:00 a.m., MST fire restrictions for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands administered by the Kingman, Lake Havasu, and Yuma field offices will be rescinded.

Exploding targets, fireworks, and paper/sky lanterns are prohibited year-round on BLM-managed public lands in Arizona. Fire Prevention Order [PDF]


Ridge Fire Update, October 16, 2020

The prohibition listed in Fire Closure Order Number AZCRD-2020-01 dated August 28, 2020, and signed by Amanda Dodson, Field Manager for the Kingman Field Office is terminated. Read the fire closure rescission order [PDF]

Phoenix District

Phoenix District

Office: 623-580-5500
Dispatch: 928-777-5700 (24 hours)
Dispatch Website: Prescott Interagency Fire Center


Fire Restrictions 

At 8:00 A.M., Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020, fire restrictions for public lands administered by the BLM Hassayampa and Lower Sonoran field offices will be lifted.

Exploding targets, fireworks, and paper/sky lanterns are prohibited year-round on BLM-managed public lands in Arizona. Fire Prevention Order [PDF]

Gila District

Gila District 

Office: 520-258-7200
Dispatch: 520-202-2710 (24 hours)
Dispatch Website: Tucson Interagency Fire Center

  • Safford Field Office phone: 928-348-4400
    • Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area
    • Aravaipa Canyon Wildernes
  • Tucson Field Office phone: 520-258-7200
    • Ironwood Forest National Monument
    • Las Cienegas National Conservation Area
    • San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

Fire Restrictions

On July 30 at 8 am, fire restrictions were lifted for BLM lands administered by the Gila District. Read the news release.

Exploding targets, fireworks, and paper/sky lanterns are prohibited year-round on BLM-managed lands in Arizona. Fire Prevention Order [PDF]

a map showing district and field offices in Arizona

Reporting a Wildfire

Each fire management zone has one interagency dispatch office. Contact the appropriate fire dispatch office when possible.

When in doubt call 911.