Fire Restriction Stages

The city of Flagstaff has lifted all fire restrictions within city limits effective Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. The restrictions were lifted due to the increased moisture received in the greater Flagstaff area. While restrictions are lifted, residents and visitors are asked to use caution while using ignition sources for barbecue, charcoal, and propane stoves. No open burning is allowed in the city of Flagstaff.

  1. Stage One
  2. Stage Two
  3. Stage Three
  4. Stage Four
  • No permits are issued for open burning within the City of Flagstaff.
  • Use of charcoal barbecue grills is prohibited at Thorpe Park, McMillan Mesa Park, McPherson Park and Buffalo Park, Observatory Mesa, Picture Canyon Natural Area and private campgrounds. (Private residence may use charcoal barbecue grills).
  • 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.