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Snake Fire

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

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Coconino County: Evening Wildfire Fire Ready, Set, Go Update

Snake Fire Wildfire
News – 6/22/2021

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. —Several communities are in SET status because of the Rafael and Snake Fires.Coconino County uses a READY, SET, GO system during fire season. Residents should be in a READYstatus at all times, prepared and monitoring the situation. SET status means to be prepared to evacuateat a moment’s notice. SET status means there is danger in the area. GO means evacuate now.Due to the Rafael Fire, all areas south of 1-40, west of I-17, including Westwood Estates, Camp Navajo,Equestrian Estates, Flagstaff Ranch, Upper Oak Creek Canyon west of 89, University Heights, MountainDell, Kachina Village, Forest Highlands, Pine Del, Woody Mountain Road south of I-40, Garland Prairieand Pine Aire Estates and residents in between are in SET status.As a result of the Snake Fire, residents of Happy Jack Lodge, Clear Creek Pines 1 and 2, Mahan Park, PoorFarm, and Fisher Properties are in SET status.Residents in these areas are asked to begin preparing for a possible GO order to evacuate at a moment’snotice and are advised to locate their emergency go kit and be ready to evacuate. This is NOT anevacuation notification.Click here for an accompanying map: Users can zoom in and out tosee fires in the area, as well as READY, SET, GO status. Please click on the “i” in the top right corner forthe fire information and the map legend. Users can select a specific fire map by clicking on the left-handnavigation on their desktop computer or scrolling at the bottom of the screen on their mobile phone.Coconino County Emergency Management (CCEM) has activated an Emergency Operations Center inresponse to the fires. A Call Center has also been set up to answer questions. Residents may call928.679.8647 or email . Updated fire information is available at Sign up for Emergency Notifications