Wildfire Season Is Upon Us...
Are you ready for the season?
For more information see the "Current Events" page under "News and Events"
WHAT IS A "RED FLAG WARNING"
A Red Flag Warning also known as a Fire Weather Warning is a forecast warning issued by the United States National Weather Service to inform area firefighting and land management agencies that conditions are ideal for wildland fire ignition, and rapid propagation.
After drought conditions, and when humidity is very low, and especially when high or erratic winds which may include lightning are a factor, the Red Flag Warning becomes a critical statement for firefighting agencies. These agencies often alter their staffing and equipment resources dramatically to accommodate the forecast risk. To the public, a Red Flag Warning means high fire danger with increased probability of a quickly spreading vegetation fire in the area within 24 hours.For more information see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_flag_warning
Remember, all permits
expired December 31st. You must get a new one if you want to burn debris,
leaves, pine needles and such.
All Permits are free and are still being issued!
International Fire Codes
The Pinetop Fire District has adopted the International Fire Code 2006, as of December 16th 2008 and amendments to the 2006 International Fire Code as of December 21, 2010. A fee schedule was also adopted along with the fire codes. Contractors and developers, please contact our inspection department at 928-367-2199 for a copy of the fee schedule and amendments.
Weather outlook for the Pinetop/Lakeside area a week-at-a-glance...
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