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Fire Restriction Stages

Stage One-

  • No permits are issued for open burning within the City of Flagstaff.
  • Use of charcoal barbeque grills is prohibited at Thorpe Park, McMillan Mesa Park, McPherson Park and Buffalo Park, Observatory Mesa, Picture Canyon Natural Area and private campgrounds.
  • No smoking at Thorpe Park, McMillan Mesa Park, McPherson Park, Buffalo Park, Disc Golf Courses, Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS), Observatory Mesa or Picture Canyon Natural Area.
  • Open fire pits and open flame devices (like chimineas) etc. are prohibited (even those with a spark arrestor screen) within the City of Flagstaff.
    • Gas grills and portable gas stoves that have an on/off switch are still allowed in City parks and private campgrounds.
Stage Two-
           
Previous restrictions remain in effect with the following additions:
  • Charcoal grills are prohibited throughout the City of Flagstaff, (including all City Parks and private residences).
  • No smoking at all remaining City parks and along the Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS).
    • Portable propane fire-ring type devices are Prohibited in City parks, but all other gas grills and portable gas stoves that have an on/off switch are still allowed in City parks and private campgrounds.

Stage Three-
            Previous restrictions remain in effect with the following additions: 

  • All open-flame devices even those with on/off switch are prohibited in all City parks and private campgrounds.
    • All gas grills and portable gas stoves that have an on/off switch are still allowed in private residences, although prohibited in City parks and private campgrounds.
 Stage Four-
            Previous restrictions remain in effect with the following addition:
  • ALL grills (including those with an on/off switch) are prohibited throughout the City of Flagstaff
  • Close the following trails (if they are in the closure area) - Mars Hill, Tunnel Springs, Little America, Arizona Trail, Sinclair Canyon, FUTS trail entrances going into the Forest Service Pipeline Trail, Switzer Wash.