Update l Meeting l Flooding Awareness l Fire Information l Resources
As we start to see showers come through the area over the Museum Fire, the incident management team is aware of the potential for flooding in the future and is taking action to help prevent the impacts where possible. Even with the showers we have received over the fire to date, the fire is not out yet.
City, County and State officials are leading the efforts in any flood situation. Tonight, July 24, 2019, at 6 pm, Coconino County and the City of Flagstaff are holding a meeting at Flagstaff High School (400 W Elm Ave, Flagstaff, AZ) on the potential for future flooding.
The Coconino County EOC website coconino.az.gov/978/Floods has information on floods that may be helpful for local residents. Their phone number is (928) 213-2990. The City of Flagstaff has flood warning and awareness information on their website as well as monsoon flooding preparedness. Their website information is at flagstaff.az.gov/4113/Flood-Warning-and-Awareness and flagstaff.az.gov/3992/MonsoonFlooding-Preparedness. Their phone number is (928) 213-2000.
For the most up to date fire information, visit Inciweb at inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/6450.
Origin: 1 mile north of Flagstaff, AZ
Jurisdiction: Coconino NF
Start Date: July 21, 2019
Size: Approximately 1,887 acres
Percent Contained: 10%
Personnel: Estimated 600
Cause: Under Investigation
Fire Info Line: 928-288-2484, 7am – 9pm
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: Museum Fire Information
Smoke Outlook: fires.airfire.org/outlooks
Evacuation Map: coconino.az.gov/207