Most of Arizona Under Fire Restrictions This Week
Dry conditions have prompted public lands officials to declare limits on campfires, charcoal, smoking, and firearms.
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Public lands officials across Arizona have enacted or will soon enact fire restrictions to prevent wildfires in the state’s current dry conditions. These regulations put limits on campfires, charcoal grilling, smoking, and discharging a firearm. Affected areas include Bureau of Land Management lands in central and western Arizona, Prescott National Forest, Tonto National Forest and National Monument, and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.