On Monday, the BLM Fairbanks District and Glennallen Field Office rescinded the fire prevention orders temporarily prohibited open fires on the BLM-managed public lands in eastern and central Alaska. Only one fire prevention order remains in place for BLM Alaska.
BLM Glennallen Field Office issues temporary prohibition on open fires and fireworks due to high fire danger
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Glennallen Field Office today issued a fire prevention order temporarily prohibiting open fires (except within fire rings in established campgrounds), fireworks, exploding targets, and explosives on the public lands it manages in east-central Alaska…. Read More ›
Campfire restrictions Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Kenai Fjords National Park, Kenai Peninsula State Parks, and Chugach National Forest lands on the Kenai Peninsula Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve Open campfires are restricted to designated campgrounds or cabins within enclosed… Read More ›
Fire restrictions vary across the state. The best way to get current fire restriction information is to contact the local office of the managing agency responsible for the area of interest. Below is contact information for federal agencies, Alaska State… Read More ›
Here is a list of burn restrictions and closures throughout the state as of 9 p.m., Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Federal lands- *Possessing or discharging any kind of fireworks or pyrotechnic devise are always prohibited on federal land Koyukuk,… Read More ›
Port Alsworth, Alaska: Very high fire danger exists in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve due to a lack of recent precipitation, high winds and hot, dry weather. Park officials have determined that it is necessary to prohibit the use… Read More ›
FAIRBANKS, Alaska – Effective immediately, Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve officials are prohibiting the use of open fires in the preserve due to the high fire danger. No open campfires will be allowed in the preserve, but the use of gas… Read More ›