Information about Fires

At the NFLA Business Meeting last evening, it was suggested that we publish a list of fire information sites. Here’s a list that we’ve put together. This list has also been published on the Fire Mitigation Committee page.

If you have another information site that you use, please let us know via the contact page.

An interagency fire information line has been established in order to streamline calls, share facts and serve the public during fire season. The Office of Emergency Services Information Line is 406-758-2111, and the Interagency Fire Fact Sheet can be found at:  Fact sheets will be updated as needed during the fire season.

DNCR Interactive Wildland Fire Map – Great summary of the fires that are going on everywhere.

Fire Imagery – Remote Sensing Applications Center – Tap on MODIS Satellite Imagery to get information about where our smoke is coming from.

WildCAD – Kalispell Interagency Dispatch Center – Dispatches from our area. It can be a little difficult to interpret, but useful.

InciWeb – A national website showing the big fires under active management. This page is for Montana.

Northern Rockies Geographic Area Current Wildfire Activity – Great overview map for our area

Active Fire Map Program – Nice map of large fires.

Northern Rockies Coordination Center – More good incident information.

Montana DEQ (Air Quality) – Some information about the air quality and suggestions on what to do.

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