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Schultz/Pipeline Flood Area

Posted on: June 14, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Community meeting for evacuees of Pipeline and Haywire Fires

This meeting is to provide an update regarding the fire conditions and evacuation status to those residents who have already been evacuated. We ask that those who are not evacuated or in SET status to please attend virtually. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Coconino County Facebook page (www.facebook.com/coconinocounty). 

Representatives from Coconino County, Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Forest Service, the National Weather Service, and the Type 2 Incident Management Team will provide information on these topics and be available to answer questions. American Sign Language interpretation will be available at the meeting and closed-captioning will be available via the County’s live stream. 

Attendees are advised to park behind the school (on the west side of Sinagua Middle School). From N. 4th street, turn onto Sparrow Avenue, then enter the parking lot off Mustang Way, adjacent to the ball field. ADA parking is available. Signage will be displayed. Overflow parking will be available in the school’s east parking lot, which is accessible from East Butler Avenue, 3950 East Butler Avenue. we request that in-person attendance be reserved for evacuees. All others, please join us at the link provided. 

Media may contact Public Affairs Director Trey Williams at 928-614-4766 or by email at twilliams@coconino.az.gov with questions. Space for cameras may be limited.

For ongoing updates, visit https://www.coconino.az.gov/2926/Pipeline-FireHaywire-Fire
 
 Follow Coconino County on social media: @coconinocounty on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. 

Sign up for Emergency Notifications here: https://www.coconino.az.gov/207/Emergency-Management.

The Coconino County Call Center is open and accepting calls. The phone number is (928) 679-8525. 

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