Quail Fire


Where: Alpine, near Lambert Park

Size: 1,200-1,500 acres

Containment: 0 percent

Structures: 1 barn burned and 2 homes with minor damage 

Evacuations: 80 homes in Alpine Cove and Box Elder subdivisions were ordered to evacuate.

Started: 2 p.m. July 3 

Cause: Under investigation


Church Camp Fire


Where: Argyle and Indian canyons, 22 miles south of Duchesne in Duchesne County

Size: 6,100 acres

Containment: 70 percent; full containment expected about July 15

Structures:  An estimated 15 cabins or other residences and 78 additional structures have been destroyed.

Evacuations: All residences/cabins on Argyle Canyon Road have been evacuated; U.S. Highway 191 over Indian Canyon remained open, but visibility is low due to heavy smoke and fire personnel frequently crossing.

Started: Midnight, June 24

Cause: Under investigation, likely human caused


Clay Springs Fire


Where: Oak City, Millard County

Size: 104,681 acres

Containment: 51 percent

Structures: 1 cabin and 2 maintenance sheds in Oak City destroyed; none currently threatened.

Evacuations: None

Started: 2:15 p.m. on June 27 

Injuries: 2 firefighters burned, but now released from hospital.

Cause: Human caused, under investigation


Millville Canyon Fire


Where: Cache County, Millville Canyon 

Size: 109 acres 

Containment: 90 percent, full containment by Wednesday night

Structures: None threatened 

Evacuations: None 

Started: July 1 

Injuries: None 

Cause: Target shooting 


Pole Creek Fire


Where: Neola, Duchesne County

Size: 2,028 acres

Containment: 100 percent

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: None

Started: 3:35 p.m. June 27

Injuries: none 

Cause: Human caused, fireworks found in area


Seeley Fire


Where: Huntington Canyon and Gentry Mountain, Sanpete County

Size: 33,410 acres

Containment: 15 percent

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: Miller's Flat was evacuated Monday; evacuations in Hiawatha, Wattis and Clear Creek remain in effect; the Boy Scout camp, all boat camps and state park campgrounds are still evacuated; state Route 31 is closed from Fairview to Huntington; U.S. Highway 96 from state Route 6 to state Route 284 and Millers Flat Road from Scad Valley to state Route 31 are also closed; the evacuation of Scofield has been lifted to permanent residents, by permit only.

Started: 5:30 a.m. June 26

Injuries: None

Cause: Dry lightning


Shingle Fire


Where: Six miles south of Duck Creek Village in Shingle Mill Canyon in Kane County 

Size: 8,284 acres

Containment: 0 percent  

Structures:  Crews are working to secure the fire where 550 residences, 1 commercial property and 300 outbuildings are threatened.   

Evacuations: Swains Creek and Stout Canyons subdivisions in the Dixie National Forest evacuated; subdivisions of Harris Flat and Elk Ridge evacuated; campers in Uinta Flat encouraged to relocate and told to expect evacuation; state Route 14 closed from Mammoth Junction to U.S. 89 as well as numerous Forest Service road closures in the fire area.

Started: Sunday 

Injuries: None 

Cause: Human caused, spark arrester malfunction from ATV


Wolf Den Fire

Where:  Uintah County, 4 miles north of Big Park

Size: 22,000 acres

Containment: 40 percent

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: None

Started: 1:30 p.m. Friday

Injuries: none 

Cause: Under investigation, possible dry lighting