Acres: 56,626
Percent Containment: 0%
Date/Time Detected: Friday, June 4, 2021, 1:30 pm
Structures burned: 0
Cause: Human, under investigation
Origin/Location: South of Superior, Arizona

This morning a “GO!” Notification was issued for Miami Residents South of U.S Route 60 from Dairy Canyon to Mackey’s Camp. This does not include Claypool.

Dry grasses and manzanita brush are burning actively after dark due to night-time downslope winds. Last night, fire crews remained active, monitoring the fire, continuing burnout operations and securing the area where the fire crossed US 60 yesterday in the Devil’s Canyon area.

Today firefighters will continue work to keep the fire south of US 60, west of State Route 77 and protect local communities and other values at risk.

EVACUATION INFORMATION: This morning a “GO!” was issued for Miami residents South of US 60 from Dairy Canyon to Mackey’s Camp. Last night the Gila County Sheriff’s Office issued a “GO!” notification for Miami area residents west of Miami town limits and a “SET-Be Alert” notification for Miami, Claypool, parts of Central Heights and the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center. Top-of-the-World and Oak Flat Campground remain in “GO!” status. The Town of Superior is currently in “SET-Be Alert” status.

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office:
Gila County Sheriff’s Office:
Evacuation Shelters: High Desert Middle School in Miami and Skyline High School in Mesa.

PINAL COUNTY EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM: Sign up for emergency notifications here:
CLOSURE AREAS: Tonto National Forest Closure has revised its Closure Order and Map:
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