ESCALANTE — Road closures remained in effect Sunday, as fire crews continued to mop up the state's first wildfire of the season.

The Corn Creek fire charred 2,269 acres about 11 miles west of Escalante last week. Officials believe a car fire sparked the blaze June 15. The fire was contained Friday.

Forest Highway 17, also known as Main Canyon Road, and Forest Road 30144 from the junction of Allen Canyon Road to the junction of Main Canyon Road will remain closed temporarily, officials said.

In all, 11 state and federal agencies spent more than $1.9 million fighting the fire.