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Woodbury Fire

Unit Information

Tonto National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
2324 E. McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85006

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Woodbury Fire Information
Phone: 505-399-2439
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. AZ Standard Time

Special Afternoon Woodbury Fire Update

Woodbury Fire Wildfire
News – 6/14/2019

Woodbury Fire Update - June 14, 2019, 1:00 p.m.


Location of Origin: 5 miles Northwest of Superior, AZ Tonto National Forest Start Date: June 8, 2019 Size: 12,965 acres Percent Contained: 0% Personnel: 603 Cause: Human Caused, Under Investigation Fire Information Line: 505-399-2439 Fire Information Hours: 7a.m. – 9:p.m. Email: 2019.woodbury@firenet.gov Website: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/6382/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/TontoNationalForest/ Twitter: @TontoForest

Woodbury Fire Burned Actively Through the Night

Yesterday: There was minimal growth on the southwest portion of the fire. The fire remains active and is within the Tonto National Forest boundary. At night the fire visually appears to be closer than it actually is. It is approximately 11 miles northeast of Gold Canyon. Today, crews continue to assess the area to identify and protect values-at-risk. There are currently no threats to the communities of Queen Valley Estates, Gold Canyon, Kings Ranch, Superior, and Apache Junction. On the northern portion of the fire, fire activity has increased resulting in growth towards State Highway 88. As a precautionary measure, road and area closures are in place (effective immediately) until further notice. Closures: State Highway 88 from Needle Vista east to the junction of State Highway 88 and State Highway 188.
The closures will also include: · Tortilla Flat · Canyon Lake · Apache Lake · Campsites along State Highway 88 within the road closure area The following areas remain open and accessible to the public: · Lower Salt River · Saguaro Lake · Roosevelt Lake · Bartlett Lake
Donations: Many members of surrounding communities have expressed interest in supporting firefighting efforts. The Incident Management Team and all assigned resources are self-sufficient and do not have needs for food, equipment or monetary donations. Any groups wishing to make donations are encouraged to contact your local fire departments or charities.