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Before a Wildfire - During a Wildfire - After a Wildfire
Wildfire News and Info - Fire Weather - Maps - Wildland Fire Data in Google Earth
Arizona Fire Ecology - Wildland Fire - Fire Addapted Community Resources - Smoke and Air Quality
Fire Prevention and Education - Resources for the Media - PIO Resources - State Fire Sites
Current Arizona Restrictions and Closures Information
Arizona Wildland Fire Info Updates on Twitter
Southwest Area Morning Intelligence Briefing
National Fire Situation Report
National Interagency Fire Center
County Emergency Management Information (Select Local Information)
AZ511 Travel Information
Large Fires in the Southwest
Enterprise Geospatial Portal (Interactive map)
Wildfires Near Me(beta test)
ESRI Interactive Wildfire Public Information Map (zoom in to see your area)
Interior Geospatial Emergency Management System (IGEMS) (zoom in to see your area)
Interactive Active Fires Mapper (Includes Firewise Community Locations)
GeoMAC Wildfire Mapping Viewer (zoom in to see your area)
National Fire Maps
NOAA Fire Detection and Smoke
USDA Active Fire Mapping
You need to have Google Earth open on your computer before opening these layers. To install Google Earth visit: http://google.com/earth
To View Wildfire Data in Google Earth on an iPhone or iPad: Use the Safari Browser to go to one of links below, click on the KML file you want, then Open in Google Earth.
Register for Emergency Alert Notifications in your County/Community:
Please confirm needs by contacting the organization of your choice before taking action.
Helping Others After a Disaster
Help keep firefighters safe by creating defensible space around your home.
Creating defensible space around your home is absolutely the BEST thing you can do to help firefighters.
Learn how at http://firewise.org.
Post thank you banners / signs in the community and on social media.
This is a great morale booster for firefighters after a long shift!
Write thank you notes to firefighters.
Drop them off at the incident command post so they can be posted or shared.
Write thank you letters to firefighters families.
Put them in blank, stamped envelopes. After briefings or after shifts, firefighters can address letters to parents, kids, spouses, etc.
Consider a Donation to Your Local Fire Department
American Red Cross
National Donations Management Network
National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
Wildland Firefighter Foundation
100 Club of Arizona
Public Service Announcements
Photos and Videos