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Haywire Fire

Unit Information

Coconino National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
1824 S. Thompson St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

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The Haywire Fire was reported at 5:30 a.m. June 13, 2022. It originated 7.5 miles northeast of Doney Park.

Information regarding fire restrictions and forest closures can be found online at https://www.fs.usda.gov/coconino

Monsoonal storms will continue to develop and pass through the area into next week, bringing the possibility of lightning and isolated heavy precipitation around the fire area. Showers and thunderstorms with the potential to produce flash flooding and debris flows off the Pipeline Fire scar, as well as the Tunnel and Museum fire scars, may occur. Cloud cover, high relative humidity, and precipitation will continue minimize fire behavior. Heat and smoke will still be present within the fire perimeter as interior pockets continue to burn unconsumed fuels. 

The Coconino County Sheriff's Office has lifted all evacuations. Evacuation information can be found at bit.ly/Pipeline-Haywire-Evacs.

Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseUndetermined
Date of OriginMonday June 13th, 2022 approx. 12:00 AM
Location7.5 miles northeast of Doney Park. Cinder Hills, Haywire crater east of Sunset Crater
Incident CommanderCoconino National Forest
Coordinates35.37 latitude, -111.436 longitude

Current Situation

Size5,575 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained100%
Fuels Involved

Pine, grass and brush. Several years of persistent drought has much of northern Arizona in severe or extreme drought. The drought combined with the time of year, has both the live and dead fuels at critically dry levels.