Current wildfire conditions
The Government of Yukon's interactive fire map contains the most up-to-date information about wildfires and fire danger ratings.
Total hectares burned this year: 252,902 ha
Total fires this year: 110
Active fires: 43
Fire danger ratings
Moderate: Champagne, Drury Creek, Mayo, Ross River, Stewart Crossing
Low: Antimony Creek, Barlow, Beaver Creek Town, Braeburn, Burwash, Carcross, Carmacks, Dawson, Eagle Plains, Faro, Forty Mile, Haines Junction, Hasselberg, Henderson, Iron Creek, Jakes Corner, Nursery, Old Crow, Pelly Farm, Quiet Lake, Rainbow, Swift River, Teslin, Tom Creek, Tuchitua, Watson Lake Airport, Watson Lake Town, Whitehorse, Willow Creek
There are no fire bans in place for Yukon communities.
Yukoners are reminded to exercise caution when using fire; a wildfire can still catch and spread quickly. Do not build campfires larger than needed, and ensure all fires are completely out before leaving them. A burn permit is required from April 1 to September 30 in all areas of Yukon. You must also check with the local municipal authority for additional restrictions on burning within the municipality. All burn permits are automatically suspended when the local fire danger rating is moderate, high, or extreme.
Report wildfires: call 1-888-798-FIRE (3473)
Last updated: August 20, 2019 at 4:40 p.m. PT
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