The Alaska Incident Management Team on the #funnyriverfire has planned community meetings for this evening (May 22) to bring the most updated information and maps about the fire to the community and answer questions. Those meetings will be held at… Read More ›
AK Fire Info
The Information staff with the Alaska Incident Management Team on the #funnyriverfire has moved the Incident Command Post to Skyview High School and has a phone number now where the public can call to ask questions. That number is 714-2484.
5:30 p.m. As of 5:30 pm, the official acreage of the #funnyriverfire is 43,423 acres.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Office of Emergency Management has opened up an information line to refer questions about the wildfires, evacuations, etc. in cooperation with the Division of Forestry. Please call 714-2495. #funnyriverfire. Other places for information are the Borough Facebook… Read More ›
Port Alsworth, Alaska – Effective immediately, all open fires in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve are prohibited due to high fire danger. This order will be in effect until weather and fire conditions change. The period of this ban… Read More ›
Open Fires Prohibited in Katmai National Park & Preserve, Alagnak Wild River, Aniakchak National Monument & Preserve
All Open Fires Prohibited in Katmai National Park & Preserve, Alagnak Wild River, Aniakchak National Monument & Preserve For Immediate Release: May 15, 2014 Contact: Morgan Warthin, email@example.com, (907) 644-3512 KING SALMON, Alaska – Effective immediately, Katmai National Park and… Read More ›
Due to current and forecasted weather conditions, open burning is suspended on the Kenai Peninsula. This burn suspension includes the use of burn barrels. The area is currently under High Fire Danger. High winds and low relative humidities are forecasted… Read More ›
Welcome to AK Fire Info. This site was developed by the Education and Prevention Committee of the Alaska Wildland Fire Coordinating Group. It is intended to serve as a timely, accurate source for interagency information about wildland fires in Alaska. Information… Read More ›
Fire season 2014 is on the way and Alaska Fire Managers are well into the preparation for its arrival. Many in Alaska are old enough to remember that it was only ten years ago in 2004 that the state had… Read More ›