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Wildfire/Emergency Response Situation Report

Careless debris burning is the leading cause of wildfires in North Carolina. Don't be careless. Be ready. For prevention tips, visit our Fire Safety Outdoors page.

See the North Carolina Forest Service Fire Response page for the latest information on fires across the state. Please note the map displays a snapshot of fire activity in North Carolina. The map is not designed to display fire activity in real time.

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Daily Fire Occurance map

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Current Wildfire Information

The North Carolina Forest Service tracks daily fire activity using a database known as the "Signal 14". The data from the Signal 14 is a rapid approximation of wildfire occurrence. It's not an exact count. This information does not include uncontained fires or fires that occur on federal property. The information below comes from Signal 14 reports.

Statewide Wildfire Summary
Period # Fires # Acres
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Additional data: Daily Fire Occurrence Summary (PDF)

Monthly Fire Summary Graph

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In-state incidents


 

Out-of-state incidents

The North Carolina Forest Service is dispatching employees to assist with suppressing U.S. wildfires in other states. A dispatch normally lasts for 14 days, plus 2 days for travel at each end of the assignment. Jobs filled by NCFS personnel include everything from the command staff on a fire to members of hand crews digging fire lines.

For more information about out-of-state incidents, visit https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/.

    Incident Name

    2022 BOD National Severity (ID)

    2022 IPNF Aviation Support (ID)

    2022 RSF Regional Aviation Support

    2022 WADNR PREPO (WA)

    Boulder Mountain (WA)

    Bull Gin Complex (MT)

    Calf Canyon (NM)

    Chilliwack Complex (WA)

    Double Creek (OR)

    McKinney (CA)

    Moose

    Ross Fork (ID)

    Rum Creek

    Williams Creek (ID)
    Number of Personnel Assigned to Out-of-State Incidents

    22


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