Skip to main content


Unit Information

Truxton Canyon Agency
Bureau of Indian Affairs
13067 East Highway 66 Valentine Arizona 86437
Valentine, AZ , AZ 86437

BIA Shield

Incident Contact

Public Information
Phone: 928-275-4093
Hours: M-F 8-8 SS 8-8

C3 Fire Daily Update July 27, 2022

C3 Wildfire
News – 7/27/2022

Public Line: 928-275-4093 Hours: 8 am – 8 pm (MST) Email:

Rain limits fire suppression efforts

Daily Update July 27, 2022

Acres: 1378 acres                                                                                    Start Date: Thursday, July 21, 2022

Location: 25 Miles North of Peach Springs                                        Cause: Under Investigation

Containment: 48%                                                                                  Fuels: Timber, Brush, and Short Grass

Personnel: 197                                                          

 The C3 Fire area received abundant rain yesterday which significantly reduced the fire’s behavior and growth.  The fire is smoldering, consuming larger logs and roots. Given the significant amount of moisture received, firefighters do not anticipate the fire growing outside of its existing footprint. Fire managers continue to monitor the fire for any signs of increased activity or spread.  

Due to continued rains and to minimize impacts to roads in the fire area, firefighters will be accessing the fire on UTVs where feasible, with limited suppression activities during storms.

For safety and protection, the public is encouraged to stay out of the area for their safety and for the safety emergency responders.  There is increased fire traffic in the community of Peach Springs and along roadways as they travel to the fire, please be cautious if driving in these areas. 

Due to the abundant moisture received and the significant reduction in fire activity, Fire Updates will be released every other day.

Resources Assigned: 1 – Type 1 Crews, 1 – Type 2 Crew, 5 – Engines, 1 – Helicopters, 2 - Dozers 

Weather: Monsoon moisture will remain across the region through the week.  This will bring chances for thunderstorms with an increased potential for flash flooding and gusty winds with passing storms; daytime temperatures in the mid-70s. 

Fire Restrictions:  Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are in effect on the Hualapai Indian Reservations.  Prohibited during Stage 1:

•            Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire, campfire and warming fire; except in campgrounds or picnic ground where gas grills or fire rings are provided.

•            Outside trash burning.

•            Operating or using any internal or external combustion engine without a spark-arresting device properly installed, maintained and in effective working order.

•            Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building, developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area at least 3 feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable material.

•            Open burning, i.e., burning of cropland, fields, rangeland, debris, slash piles, wood chips, is prohibited.

•            Fireworks are banned within the Hualapai reservation.

For more information on prohibited activities or exemptions, please contact Hualapai Tribal Forestry and Wildland Fire Management at 928-769-2312 or visit:

 InciWeb C3 Fire Information visit:     

Related Information