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Coconino County continues to work on containing Pipeline Fire

First reported the morning of Sunday, June 12, the Pipeline Fire has since burned over 26,500 acres with 80% containment as of June 23. As residents return home from evacuation, locals fear a dry, hot and windy season. 57-year-old Matthew Riser is suspected of lighting the initial fire. Riser was...
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Pipeline Fire Soil burn severity map released

Coconino National Forest officials have released the soil burn severity map for the Pipeline Fire that scorched 26,500 acres on the San Francisco Peaks. It shows more than half of the area burned at a low severity and about a third at moderate severity. About 5% of the soil, or approximately 1,300 acres, burned at a high severity.
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Important Flooding Flooding Information for Schultz-Pipeline Area North of Flagstaff

After further flood risk modeling of the nine watersheds affected by the recent Pipeline Fire, the Coconino County Flood Control District (District) held a meeting last evening to make residents aware of the increased risk of post-wildfire flooding to the neighborhoods north of Flagstaff, including Timberline, Wupatki Trails, Fernwood, and Doney Park.
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Mayor Gives Updates on COVID and Possible Roundabout

Last night’s city council meeting had a full agenda and many topics were covered. During the Mayor’s update, Mayor Diak reported that our community is still in a ‘low-risk’ category in regards to COVID-19 cases. Coconino County overall is at a moderate level still, and is...
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Flooding Expected in Timberline, Wupatki Trails, and Fernwood

Flash Flooding Expected In Pipeline Fire Scar Flood Area, consisting of the Timberline, Wupatki Trails and Fernwood areas. People are advised to shelter in place, get to high ground if outside and do not enter drainages. Know where your children and pets are and do not let children play near...
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BAER team completes Soil Burn Severity map for Pipeline Fire

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., June 24, 2022 – Forest Service Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) specialists recently completed their field data evaluation to produce the Soil Burn Severity (SBS) map for the Pipeline Fire. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., June 24, 2022 – Forest Service Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) specialists recently completed their...
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Coconino County Now in Stage 3 Fire Restrictions

As of 3 p.m. on June 17, 2022, Coconino County entered Stage 3 Fire Restrictions. The restrictions apply for all of Coconino County. Fire restrictions are enacted to help protect public health and safety by reducing the number of human-caused wildfires. This ordinance applies to unincorporated areas, namely that part...
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New Ambulance Service Coming To Yavapai County

A northern Arizona community that has longed been plagued with emergency response issues and residents expressing concern about emergency response times and lack of resources, will soon be getting more ambulances. The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) has issued a Certificate of Necessity (CON) to Priority Ambulance Yavapai to...
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Burned Area Emergency Response team assessing Pipeline Fire damage

Burned Area Emergency Response team assessing Pipeline Fire damage. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., June 12, 2022 – A Forest Service Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team has started surveying the fire-affected areas located within the Pipeline Fire perimeter. BAER team assessments are rapid evaluations of post-fire conditions of the burned landscape....
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Northern Arizonans prepare for potential flooding, especially near burn scars

FLAGSTAFF, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — As the High Country continues to contain the Pipeline and Haywire fires, the beginning of the monsoon carries a new but familiar threat for residents in Northern Arizona: flooding. Many locals like Trent Williams aren’t taking any chances when it comes to flooding potentially occurring. “Just trying to get ready,” Williams said. “And hopefully nothing bad happens. But just being prepared, you know?” Williams loaded dozens of sandbags into his pickup truck just in case. And he’s far from the only one thinking of ways to reduce the risk of damage.
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Coconino County may raise primary property taxes

In compliance with section 48-254, Arizona Revised Statutes, the Coconino County. Public Health Services District is notifying its property taxpayers of Coconino County. Public Health Services District’s intention to raise its primary property taxes over last. year’s level. Coconino County is proposing an increase in primary property taxes of...
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