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Pine Hollow Fire

Unit Information

Arizona Strip District Office
Bureau of Land Management
345 East Riverside Drive
St. George , AZ 84790

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Incident Contacts

Rachel Carnahan
Email: rcarnahan@blm.gov
Phone: 435-688-3303

Cris Madrigal
Email: cmadriga@blm.gov
Phone: 4356883292

Highlighted Activity

08/07/2020 August 7 Update
  Pine Hollow Fire Facts For Immediate Release                                   August 7, 2020   Contact:               Cris Madrigal,...
News - 08/07/2020
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As of 09-09-20 the Pine Hollow Fire was called out. Crews continue to assess and complete post fire rehabilitation activities on the Arizona portion of the Arizona Trail, which remains closed to ensure public health and safety. See the details below.

Due to decreased fire conditions and activities in the area, the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip District (BLM) partially rescinded Fire Closure Order Number: AZ-ASD-03-20 Closures that were rescinded include: (1) South of UT/AZ state line (2) BLM Road 1026 to Hwy 89A (3) BLM Road 1024 to BLM Road 1025 (Winter Road)(4) BLM Road 1025 (Winter Road) from BLM Road 1026 East to BLM Road 1065(5) BLM Road 1065 (House Rock Valley) Stateline south to BLM Road 1079 (Lone Tree Rd)(6) Stateline Campground (7) North of Kaibab National Forest, North Kaibab Ranger District.
 
The Arizona Scenic Trail, from Stateline campground south to the Kaibab National Forest boundary, remains closed. 
Closures were on all lands managed by the Arizona Strip District and the partial rescission of this order is effective at 12:01 MDT August 11, 2020.

Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseNatural, Lightning
Date of OriginWednesday July 29th, 2020 approx. 04:30 PM
Location23 miles east of Fredonia, AZ
Incident CommanderArizona Strip District
Incident DescriptionWildland Fire
Coordinates36.983 latitude, -112.11 longitude

Current Situation

Size11,405 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained100%
Estimated Containment DateThursday August 13th, 2020 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved

Timber and tall grass. Fuels are dominated by heavy pinyon/ juniper with pockets of moderate loading grass in old fire scars and fuel treatments. Live and dead fuel moistures are at record low levels. Terrain is complex with numerous east-west running drainages that make access and egress difficult. There are natural barriers on the east flank and no barriers on the remaining flanks.

Significant Events

100% contained, controlled and out

Outlook

Planned Actions

Crews continue to assess and complete post fire rehabilitation activities on the Arizona portion of the Arizona Trail, which remains closed to ensure public health and safety.

Projected Incident Activity

100% Contained and Controlled. Out.

Remarks

Due to decreased fire conditions and activities in the area, the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip District (BLM) is partially rescinding Fire Closure Order Number: AZ-ASD-03-20 Closures that will be rescinded include:

(1) South of UT/AZ state line

(2) BLM Road 1026 to Hwy 89A

(3) BLM Road 1024 to BLM Road 1025 (Winter Road)

(4) BLM Road 1025 (Winter Road) from BLM Road 1026 East to BLM Road 1065

(5) BLM Road 1065 (House Rock Valley) Stateline south to BLM Road 1079 (Lone Tree Rd)

(6) Stateline Campground

(7) North of Kaibab National Forest, North Kaibab Ranger District

The Arizona Scenic Trail, from Stateline campground south to the Kaibab National Forest boundary, will remain closed.

These closures were on all lands managed by the Arizona Strip District and the partial rescission of this order is effective at 12:01 MDT August 11, 2020.