In collaboration with the Pipeline and Haywire Fire Incident Management Team, the
Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has placed all remaining private lands and neighborhoods that were in
“SET” status back into “READY” status. The ongoing efforts put forth by fire personnel as well as the
favorable weather we have experienced in the last few days have reduced the risk in the areas affected by
the Pipeline and Haywire Fires.
It is important to note that the Coconino National Forest in the area of the fires, including the Cinder Lakes
OHV Area, will remained closed due to a temporary closure order from the US Forest Service. For exact
location of this temporary closure order and its established boundaries please contact the US Forest Service
and/or visit the official Coconino National Forest website; https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/coconino/alerts-
To follow the current evacuation status and for an interactive map depicting closures and other information
for the Pipeline and Haywire Fires, please visit http://ow.ly/2Nll50JvzE5.
The best way to receive updates on evacuation status is to sign up for emergency notifications through
Coconino County Emergency Management. To sign up for Emergency Notifications visit
We would like to thank the communities affected by the fires for their patience and understanding during
this emergency. We would also like to thank all the firefighters and resources that came from all over the
United States to assist in fighting this fire.