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Sitgreaves Complex

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INCIDENT UPDATED 9/30/2014

Approximate Location

35.325 latitude, -111.985 longitude

Incident Overview

The Sitgreaves Complex on the Williams Ranger District near Parks, Ariz., reached its final size of 11,080 acres, improving overall forest health, wildlife habitat and community safety in an area that hadn’t seen significant fire in close to a century. Over the coming weeks, months and years, forest managers will continue monitoring the area and assessing the effects of the Sitgreaves Complex on the landscape.

Including the Sitgreaves Complex, the Kaibab National Forest treated almost 29,000 acres with wildland fire managed for resource benefit during the monsoon season.

There will be no further updates on the Sitgreaves Complex.


Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseLightning
Date of OriginSunday July 13th, 2014 approx. 07:00 PM
Location5 miles north, northwest of Parks, Ariz.
Incident DescriptionResource Benefit Fire For Multiple Objectives

Current Situation

Size11,080 Acres
Significant Events

The Sitgreaves Complex on the Williams Ranger District near Parks, Ariz., reached its final size of 11,080 acres, improving overall forest health, wildlife habitat and community safety in an area that hadn’t seen significant fire in close to a century.

Outlook

Remarks

There will be no further updates on the Sitgreaves Complex.

Unit Information

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Kaibab National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
800 South 6th Street
Williams, AZ 86046

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