The Fuller Fire is approximately 42 percent completed and is estimated to be 14,541 acres. Parts of the Fuller Fire received as much as 4 inches of rain throughout the week with minimal fire behavior because of heavy rains. Crews worked to clean flood debris from the roads leading to Cape Royal and Point Imperial Thursday morning and will continue to do so today.
Fire personnel also continue to build fuel breaks along forest roads 219, 610 and 611. Visitors are asked to use caution while driving in the rain and be mindful of fire equipment on the roads. Fuels mitigation and road clean up will continue today.
There is a closure order is in place for the Kaibab National Forest. The boundary of this area closure starts east of Highway 67 at the junction of FR 610 and FR 611, heading northeast where the junction of FR611 and the North Canyon Trail intersect, continuing on the North Canyon Trail to the Trailhead on FR 631, then south on FR 631 to the junction with FR 445A, then northeast along FR 445A to the junction with FR 8910, then southeast along FR8910 to the Forest boundary with Grand Canyon National Park and following this boundary south and west to FR 610 “This Order only affects National Forest System Lands.” For a map of the new closure, click here.
Text Message: text “follow GrandCanyonNPS” to 40404
Fire Information Center: 844-684-5411; Recorded Information: 928-638-7688 http://wildlandfire.az.gov/links.asp#Smoke