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Coconino County, in conjunction with the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests, will lift its fire restrictions at 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 8.United States Forest Service
Ample monsoonal rainfall throughout Northern Arizona over the weekend has brought much needed moisture to tinder-dry forests and area landscapes. The change in weather conditions prompted the County and U.S. Forest Service to end fire restrictions throughout the region.
Although much of the region received saturating rain, several areas may have received much less rainfall and fire conditions may still be high in some locations. Residents and visitors are asked to continue to use caution when using equipment or items that can spark a fire. They are also advised to thoroughly extinguish all campfires, operate ATVs and motorcycles with spark arrestors and to use caution when utilizing barbeque grills.
Yavapai County is still under a Stage 2 fire ban as of Wednesday, July 9. This includes Prescott National Forest.
The County Board of Supervisors enacted the ban May 23 on open burning in unincorporated areas of the County due to extreme fire danger.


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