As of July 1, the Bureau of Land Management is implementing fire restrictions in Southern Nevada, in partnership with Bureau of Reclamation, Clark County, Mt. Charleston Fire Protection District, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service. Fire restrictions help communities reduce human-caused ignitions. Enjoy your public lands but do so responsibly. Maintaining awareness of fire danger level and current fire restrictions can help you and your community stay safe.

Last year, human caused fires accounted for 78 percent of wildland fire responses in Southern Nevada. Leading human fire causes in Southern Nevada include vehicle related fires (proper maintenance and care can prevent most vehicle fires), trash burning and bonfires and target shooting (areas with grass must be avoided as must steel core ammo and exploding targets.)

Interagency fire restrictions in Southern Nevada prohibit:
• building and/or using a campfire or charcoal stove (using portable stove using gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel OK providing it has an on/off switch)
• welding or operating an acetylene torch with open flames (except by permit)
• using any explosive (except by permit)
• using fireworks or firing a tracer
• operating an off-road vehicle without a spark arrestor

Agency specific exceptions and additional restrictions are also in place:
On public lands managed by Bureau of Land Management in Southern Nevada, steel core ammunition and explosive targets prohibited as they are known fire starters. Smoking is allowed in an enclosed vehicle only.

Learn more at nevadafireinfo.org

fire restrictions in effect, including no campfires, no open flames, and no charcoal barbecues. Gas stoves are permitted with an on/off switch

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