[Southwest Area = Arizona, New Mexico, portions of West Texas and Oklahoma]
The Southwest Coordination Center (SWCC) is the interagency focal point for coordinating the mobilization of resources between the twelve Federal and State Dispatch Centers of the Southwest Area and, when necessary, the National Coordination Center in Boise, ID, for assignment throughout the nation. Located in Albuquerque, NM, the SWCC mobilizes resources for wildland fire, prescribed fire, and other all-risk incidents. In addition, the Center provides Predictive Services and Intelligence related-products in support of incident management decision-making for wildland fire managers and on-the-ground wildland firefighters.
National Incident Management Situation Report
InciWeb (Arizona Incidents)
Interagency system tracks high-visability, high-complexity and/or long duration incidents. Includes photographs, maps, overviews, announcements and closures. The agency and/or incident management team assigned to the incident is responsible for initiating and maintaining information on InciWeb.
Not all ongoing fires in Arizona will appear here.
InciWeb Updates: Click on the fire name for more information (maps, photos, etc.)