Command of the Woodbury Fire has been transferred to the Arizona Central West Zone Type 3 Incident
Management Team from the Type 1 Incident Management Team, continuing the goals and objectives as fire
crews continue their work. As complexity of the incident decreases, the organization continues to right size the
workforce with the gradual demobilization of resources.
Containment of the Woodbury fire has reached 68 percent. Fire crews continue to put out any hotspots along the fire’s edge. Pockets of vegetation continue to burn inside the fire perimeter posing no threat to the fireline.
Suppression repair efforts resume along the perimeters of the fire where crews are repairing dozer lines,
chipping downed trees and hauling out equipment and debris. The repair is intended to help the area recover
quicker and minimize the effects caused by the fire suppression effort.
State Highway 88 is closed from Tortilla Flat to the junction of State Highway 188 as crews continue to monitor
the fireline. Apache Lake, Apache Campgrounds, picnic sites and trailheads remain closed. Tortilla Flat
businesses are still open.
Closed Campsites: Burnt Coral, Crabtree Wash, Davis Wash, Lower Burnt Coral Shoreline Area, Three-Mile
Wash, Upper Burnt Coral Shoreline Area.
Open Lakes: Roosevelt Lake Marina & RV Park, Canyon Lake, Saguaro Lake, Bartlett Lake, Horseshoe Lake
and the Lower Salt River.
Open Campsites: Windy Hill, Grapevine, School House, Frazier, Frazier Group Site and Frazier Horse Camp.
Tonto National Forest Fire Area Closure information: https://bit.ly/31O2Ih4
Tonto National Forest Stage 1 Fire Restrictions remain in place.
Tonto National Monument is closed.
For current Arizona Department of Transportation information visit: https://az511.gov/