The Hilltop Fire started on August 8, 2018, 15 miles north of Mount Pleasant. The cause is unknown at this time. The fire burned primarily in timber, brush, and short grass. Approximately 150 homes were threatened by the fire. Evacuations have been lifted as of August 10. The fire is 100% contained as of August 11. There will be no additional updates to this page unless conditions change.
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Monday August 06th, 2018 approx. 03:45 PM|
|Location||6 miles north of Fairview, Utah|
|Incident Commander||Tim Roide, Great Basin Team 4|
|Coordinates||39.751 latitude, -111.451 longitude|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||100%|
Dormant Brush, Hardwood Slash, Chaparral
Some interior islands and heavy areas of fuel continue to burn. No perimeter growth today.
Continue to hold and improve control lines, mop-up, and assess and start suppression repair in secure areas.
|Projected Incident Activity|
Minimal spread anticipated. Continued burnout of interior islands.
Resources still assigned include 1 crew and 7 engines.
Isolated thunderstorms developed over the area but produced no more than a little gusty wind. The hot and dry weather pattern continues. A morning weather balloon was launched and recorded very unstable atmosphere conditions which could have led to erratic winds. On Monday, the increase in moisture will lead to a higher chance of thunderstorms and possibly a wetting rain over the fire.