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2022 Kaibab Williams Ranger District Pile Burning

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Unit Information

800 S. 6th St. 
Williams, 
86046 
800 S. 6th St. 
Williams, 
86046 

Incident Contacts

Josh Goldstein
Email: SM.FS.KaibabPAO@usda.gov
Phone: 928-554-5271
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm

Highlighted Activity

Williams, Arizona, November 4, 2022 — Prescribed fire pile burning will commence across the Williams and Tusayan districts of the Kaibab National Forest for the remainder of the fall season. Winter weather with forecasted snow present excellent opportunities nearly every year for fire crews to burn and consume piled slash and woody debris left over from previous forest restoration projects. For… Read more
News - 2022-11-04

Fire managers completed ignitions on piles of slash, needles and other woody debris for hazardous fuels reduction treatments to reduce fire danger on Bill Williams Mountain on November 4th.  Firefighter's have been patrolling the area since November 4th.  As of November 9th, the area is receiving significant rain showers and there should be little to no smoke present for the foreseeable future.

Basic Information
Current as of Wed, 11/09/2022 - 14:11
Incident Type Prescribed Fire
Date of Origin
Incident Commander Tyler Knight
Incident Description Prescribed Fire burning small piles of trees and forest debris that was removed to reduce hazardous fuel buildup.
Coordinates 35° 11' 01'' Latitude
-112° 12'
34
'' Longitude
Current Situation
Size 120 Acres