FOR CURRENT EVACUATION INFORMATION, residents are advised to monitor Facebook pages for Pinal County Sheriff’s Office: https://www.facebook.com/PinalCountySO and Gila County Health and Emergency Management: https://www.facebook.com/gilacohealthem and San Carlos Apache Tribe Emergency Response Commission: San Carlos Apache Tribe Emergency Response Commission - Home | Facebook. Notifications can change rapidly. Residents in areas affected by the fire should remain vigilant and be prepared to evacuate. Evacuation notifications are issued when danger is imminent and life threatening.
Temporary shelters have been set up at the High Desert Middle School, and the Gilson Wash Activity Center. Small animals can be taken to the Gila County Animal Care and Control center. The Apache Gold Casino RV Park is accepting evacuees with camp trailers, and livestock may be held at the Apache Gold Pavilion. Pet and livestock owners are responsible for their animals. The San Carlos Apache Tribe Emergency Response Commission have information on evacuations at: 928-475-2008. Gila County Emergency Management has activated a call center for information on sheltering if you evacuate due to the wildfire: 928-910-4009 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
READY, SET, GO! INFORMATION: https://ein.az.gov/ready-set-go
Evacuation status for the communities of El Capitan (east and west), Dripping Springs, and Beverly Hills are now “Go.”
Evacuation status for Top-Of-The-World, Bellevue, Oak Flat, Six Ice and Skill Set are now “Set.”
Evacuation status for Superior, Globe, Pinto/Carlotta, Miami, Central Heights, Claypool and the Battle Axe area are now “Ready.”
CLOSURE AREAS: Tonto National Forest has revised its Closure Order and Map: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/tonto/alerts-notices
Bureau of Land Management Emergency Fire Closure Order and Map: https://www.facebook.com/BLMArizona/. The Bureau of Land Management has closed all public lands under its jurisdiction in Gila County in the vicinity of the Telegraph fire. See: https://blm.gov/arizona/fire-restrictions
ROAD CLOSURES: Arizona Department of Transportation Interactive Map: https://az511.gov/
The Tonto National Forest has initiated Stage 2 Fire Restrictions for the entire forest, effective 8 a.m. on June 11.
All State Land is under Stage 2 restrictions effective 8:00 AM on June 11.
All Bureau of Land Management lands in Arizona are under Stage 2 fire restrictions effective June 11, 2021. See: https://blm.gov/arizona/fire-restrictions
For information on evacuation status, road closures, and fire activity, there will be a virtual community meeting every day at 6 pm until further notice, on the Incident Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Telegraphfireinformation/
Fire Information Public Phone Line: 480-608-2054
Fire Information Media Phone Line: 949-573-5408
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