Emergency Management Announcements

Shovel Creek Fire Community Meeting - June 26 at 6pm
​     Shovel Creek Fire Community Meeting - June 26 at 6pm
The Alaska Incident Management Team will host a community meeting for the Shovel Creek Fire on Wednesday, June 26 beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Ken Kunkel Community Center pavilion (2645 Goldstream Road, Fairbanks AK). 

The incident management team will provide an update on the current fire situation and be available to answer questions from the community. Additionally, Fairbanks North Star Borough Emergency Operations will share resources and recommendations for the public.​
6/25/2019 8:05 PM
 

Last updated 6/25 4:30 pm

For wildfire updates text fnsbwildlandfire2019 to 78015 


Current Fires in the FNSB 


Shovel Creek Fire​

            Fire activity information (907) 347-6801


Nugget Creek Fire​

FNSB Emergency Evacuation Status Guide Book

  • Neighborhood​s at Level 1: Ready
  • -Martin subdivision
  • -McCloud subdivision
  • -Murphy subdivision
  • -Perfect Perch
  • -Lincoln subdivision
  • -Chatanika River corridor

 

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Related Links

FNSB Emergency Management Twitter
Shovel Creek Fire
Nugget Creek Fire
Alaska Wildland Fire Info
Ready, Set, Go Program
BLM Alaska Fire Service
Fairbanks Area Burn Status​
GeoMAC Wildland Fire Support
Alaska Wildland Fire Information
Alaska Division of For​estry on Facebook
Alaska Firewise Communities / USA​
Wildfire Smoke Prediction for Alaska
Alaska DEC Air Quality Advisory

Resources

My Emergency Plan​
Firewise Alaska

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