“Where We Live, How We Live…"
COMMUNITY FIREWISE BLOCK PARTY - JULY 30th 9:30am to 2:30pm - at the Pinetop Fire Station #12 - 5976 Buck Springs Road, Pinetop AZ
Cedar Fire still remains active!
"Pre-Evacuation notice has been
has been lifted for Non-Tribal areas"
Stage I Fire Restrictions remain
in effect until futher notice!!!
Loaction: Southwest of Show Low, and Pinetop/Lakeside,
east of Hwy 60 on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation
Closures: Hwy 60 is closed between Carrizo to Show Low,
due to heavy smoke and firefighters activity along the road
Acreage: 45,918 +- acres at this time
Resources Assigned: Type 1 team with 979 personnel assigned to the fire.
NO EVACUATIONS at this time!
For more updates follow
Stage 1 Fire Restrictions start on June 15, 2016 in the
Apache Sitgreaves Forest, Town of Pinetop-Lakeside
and Navajo County.
For more information check here:
Working Smoke Alarms
"HERE THE BEEP, WHERE YOU SLEEP"
for more information see current events
under the News and Event Tab
Remember, all permits
expired December 31st. You must get a new one if you want to burn
leaves, pine needles and such.
All Permits are free!
International Fire Codes
The Pinetop Fire District has adopted the International Fire Code 2015, as of February 29, 2016 and amendments to the 2015 International Fire Code as of February 29, 2016. 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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