Wildfire burning north of Flagstaff


Not far from where the Tunnel Fire burned in April and May north of Flagstaff, the Pipeline Fire is burning.

The fire, first reported on June 12, has grown rapidly, partially due to hot and windy conditions. Nearby, the Haywire Fire is also burning.

Where is the Pipeline Fire burning? The fire was burning 6 miles north of Flagstaff and just west of Schultz Pass.

What caused the fire? The cause of the fire remained under investigation. The U.S. Forest Service arrested a man in connection with the fire and charged him with federal natural resource violations.

Latest Pipeline Fire information: Acreage, containmentSmoke forecast | Evacuations | Who is in ‘set’ status | Shelters and aid information | Road and other closures

What other fires are burning? There are at least two other wildfires burning in the state right now: The Haywire Fire and the Tonto Canyon Fire. Find the latest information on other wildfires in Arizona.