Crown King area in “Set” Status

    Tiger Fire

    Tiger Fire Update: This video of the Tiger fire was captured from Tower’s Mountain this afternoon. Working with the fire incident command, the decision was made to place the Crown King area in ”Set” status. There is NO IMMEDIATE THREAT to these areas but based on the fire’s location, fire behavior, and possible weather impacts on the fire you should follow the guidance below. The decision to change evacuation statuses and for which areas are made carefully and based on many factors with input from all partners. YCSO has assigned a liaison to the Crown King Fire Incident Management Team and should the need arise to move to a “go” status, notifications will be sent out via the Code Red system and on our Facebook page. New River School (48827 N. Black Canyon Highway, New River, AZ) will be available as a shelter if needed. Please make sure you sign up for Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Code Red at…/Emergency-Notification-System Just as a reminder: “Ready” status means-  you are aware of and monitoring fire activity in your area. You should have basic plans in place for yourselves, important documents, medications, pets, and livestock in the event that a “Go” message is received.“Set” status means- knowing there is significant danger in your area – residents should consider voluntarily relocating to a shelter or with family/friends outside the affected area. Residents should avoid close contact with those who are sick and should practice public health recommendations when relocating.  Grab your emergency go kit. Keep in mind unique needs for your family or special equipment for pets and livestock. Stay aware of the latest news and information from public safety and public health officials.  GO! – “Evacuate”  The danger in your area is current and life-threatening. Residents should evacuate immediately to a shelter or to family/friends outside of the affected area. If you choose to ignore this advisement, you must understand emergency services may not be able to assist you further. Follow instructions from emergency personnel, stay on assigned routes and avoid closed areas.  Learn more at

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