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The Pipeline Fire, located 6 miles north of Flagstaff, was reported June 12, 2022, at 10:15 a.m. by a fire lookout and is currently 1,500 acres and active on all sides. According to Coconino National Forest, the cause of the fire is currently unknown.
According to Coconino National Forest, the cause of the fire is currently unknown. Firefighting resources are onsite, and an Incident Management Team has been ordered and is scheduled to begin arriving over the next several days.
The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has issued GO evacuation orders for areas of Schultz Pass Road and Arizona Snowbowl and Timberline South of Brandis. GO means evacuate immediately.
Areas currently on SET status include Doney Park and Mount Elden Lookout Road/Mount Elden Estates. SET means danger is in the area; make preparations to evacuate immediately.
All residents are asked to be in READY status and should monitor the situation and be ready to prepare for evacuation.
To follow the current evacuation status for the Pipeline Fire, please visit http://ow.ly/2Nll50JvzE5
US 89 is closed north of Flagstaff due to the Pipeline Fire. The southbound side is closed at milepost 430; the northbound side is closed at milepost 427. There is no estimated time to reopen the road. Real-time highway conditions are available on ADOT’s Arizona Traveler Information site at az511.com.
Information about the status and activity of the Pipeline Fire and suppression efforts can be found on Inciweb at http://ow.ly/qnNM50JvAR5.
For more information visit www.Coconino.az.gov/PipelineFire or call the Pipeline Fire Call Center at 928-679-8525.