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Posted on: June 16, 2022

“READY, SET, GO” Status Changes for Elden Lookout Rd, Doney Park South, and Alpine Ranchos East


Flagstaff, AZ – After meeting with the Great Basin Type 1 team managing the Pipeline and Haywire Fires, it has been determined that it is safe to downgrade some areas on evacuation status.

The following changes will be effective immediately:

  • The neighborhoods that were put in “SET” along Mt. Elden Lookout Road will be downgraded to “READY” status.
  • The south portion of Doney Park (south of Silver Saddle Road to Townsend Winona Road) that are in “SET” will be downgraded to “READY” status. The north portion of Doney Park (north of Silver Saddle Road) will remain in “SET” status.
  • The eastern portion of Alpine Ranchos that is currently in “GO” status will be downgraded to “SET” status. That are is open to re-entry immediately. The western portion of Alpine Ranchos/Crater Estates, to include the private properties around Moon Crater will remain in “GO” status. This is due to the Haywire Fire’s continual active status. For details on the boundary between the east and west Alpine Ranchos visit the Coconino County Situational Awareness Viewer at Due to the rural nature of this area, it is difficult to establish and describe a clear boundary.

The area north of Wupatki Trails along Hwy 89 north to Sacred Mountain Trading Post will remain in “GO” status. The Pipeline Fire is still very active in this area and is in close proximity to private land and the Medicine Valley residences.

If you require assistance or have questions, contact the Fire Call Center at 928-679-8525 between the hours of 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM.

We want to remind the citizens in the “SET” areas that they are still required to be ready to evacuate at a moment’s notice. The best way to receive updates on evacuation status is to sign up for emergency notifications through Coconino County Emergency Management. To sign up for Emergency Notifications visit

To follow the current evacuation status for the Pipeline and Haywire Fire, please visit


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