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Coronado National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
300 W. Congress St.
Tucson, AZ 85701

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Pima County Reduces Set-Be Alert Status to Return to READY, July 4, 10:02am

Bighorn Fire Wildfire
Announcements – 7/4/2020

Pima County Reduces Set-Be Alert Status to Return to READY, July 4, 10:02 a.m.

This is a combined message from the Pima County Office of Emergency Management and the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.

The areas of the eastern Catalinas, east of Mt. Lemmon highway at mile post 3, north of Redington Road, bounded on the north and east by the county lines to include the community of Redington, formerly set to SET - Be Alert” have been downgraded to "READY”.  The interactive map at http://bit.ly/PCBigHornFire will be updated shortly. All residents who self-evacuated from these areas may return to their residences.  Maintain vigilance and be aware of the hazards that can threaten your community.

The Mt. Lemmon/Mt. Bigelow areas remain under a "GO! - Evacuate" alert.

Stay aware of the latest news and information from public safety and public health officials.

Questions from residents in the area should be directed to 351-FIRE (3473)

Bighorn Fire information can be found here: http://www.pima.gov/Bighorn 

Fire specific Facebook page located here:   facebook.com/bighornfireinfo

Pima County Emergency Alert information can be found here:  https://emergencyalerts.pima.gov/

READY – Prepare Now

SET – Be Alert!

GO! – Evacuate

Find out more about the Ready, Set, Go program here:  https://ein.az.gov/ready-set-go

Sign up for emergency alerts at myalerts.pima.gov and tell your neighbors about the program.

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