Woodbury Fire: Fast facts for fire burning in east-central Arizona

Posted at 8:48 AM, Jun 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-06 17:47:24-04

The Woodbury Fire has been burning since the beginning of June, devastating tens of thousands of acres in the Superstition Mountains area.

INTERACTIVE MAP: See where the Woodbury Fire is burning, closure information

PHOTOS: Woodbury Fire burns tens of thousands of acres

Start date: June 8, 2019

Size: 123,875 Acres

Percent of containment: 90%

Where it started: 5 miles northwest of Superior

Cause: Human-caused, under investigation

Evacuation information: All evacuations in the Roosevelt Lake area have been lifted. The Gila County Call Center (928-402-8888) will remain open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for information about re-entry procedures. For fire related questions, call 505-399-2439.

Closures and restrictions:

  • State Highway 188 is now fully open from Globe to Payson with temporary reductions in speed.
  • SR 88 remains closed from milepost 213 at Tortilla Flat to SR 188 at Roosevelt.
  • The Tonto National Monument remains closed.

For more information on the fire and officials' efforts, click here.