July 9, 2021
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Grand Canyon National Park will remain in Stage 1 fire restrictions which requires that a campfire always be in a designated fire ring within a maintained campground.
Under Stage 2 restrictions, building or maintaining an outdoor fire and smoking are prohibited.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — With above-normal wildfire conditions present across much of Arizona, restrictions on campfires and other fire sources took effect May 5 in most of national forests in the state.
Beginning May 5, Stage 1 fire and smoking restrictions go into effect on the Williams and Tusayan Districts of Kaibab National Forest, the entirety of the Coconino National Forest, state lands and the town of Tusayan.
Beginning May 5 at 8 a.m., Stage 1 fire and smoking restrictions will be in effect on the Williams and Tusayan Districts (aka “South Zone”) of the Kaibab National Forest and the entirety of the Coconino National Forest.
While some fire restrictions have been lifted in parts of Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park remains under Stage 2 fire restrictions.
PHOENIX (AP) — The state is lifting closures of state trust land for public access for recreation now that recent precipitation has reduced the danger of severe wildfires.