Wildland Fire Suppression
Providing fire protection to 22-million acres of State Trust and private lands
Urban and Community Forestry
Provides many environmental benefits to Arizonans
Hazardous Fuel Reduction
Reducing the level of fuel to protect the forest
Office of the State Fire Marshal
To protect life and property through enforcement of Arizona Fire Codes
The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management implements three stages of fire restrictions on state lands: Stage I, Stage II, and closures.
So what's the difference?
An Arizona with safe people and communities, and a healthy, vibrant environment where natural resources are managed for multiple benefits.
Tucson, Arizona, September 15, 2015, a sycamore lace bug (Corythucha species) has been identified on the north side of Tucson infesting and discoloring leaves on plant
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 30, 2015
Phoenix, AZ (June 29, 2015)—Arizona State Forestry announced that it has reached agreement in a settlement of multiple claims and legal proceedings arising out of the