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POLICE DEPARTMENT

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WMAT Dept. of Corrections    928-338-1120

WMAT Prosecution Unit          928-338-2254  

WMA DPS Rangers                928-369-7067

WMAT Social Services            928-338-4164

WMAT Tribal Court                 928-338-4720

WMAT EMS                            928-338-3095

WMAT Fire & Rescue             928-338-4311

Cibecue Fire Station              928-332-2401

WMA Housing Security           928-338-1181

BIA Law Enforcement             928-338-5355 

DPS - Highway Patrol             928-537-5545      

 

San Carlos Police Department                 928-475-2311

San Carlos Dept of Corrections               928-475-4060

Show Low Police Department                   928-537-5091

Pinetop Police Department                       928-368-8800

Navajo County Sheriff's Office                  928-536-7460

BIA Forestry                                             928-338-5429

Pinetop Fire Department                          928-367-2199

Show Low Fire Department                      928-537-5100

Apache County Sheriffs Office                 928-337-4321

Native Air - Show Low                               909-915-2303

 

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Background photo by Elmer Lamson

Cedar Fire 2016

POTENTIAL FLOODING FOR

CEDAR CREEK & CARRIZO COMMUNITY

 

As the focus on fire abates, the probability of flooding increases. The Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team is assessing post-fire threats to life and property and effects to critical cultural and natural resources, which include soils and threatened and endangered species. The Cedar Creek Fire has a high potential to affect the Cedar Creek and Carrizo Communities with post-fire flooding. Values at risk include homes in Cedar Creek, churches, a cemetery, school, sewer lagoon, and more.

As part of the post-fire assessment, field surveys of the burn area are being conducted and flood mitigation measures are being implemented as soon as possible.

The BAER team is working in conjunction with the White Mountain Apache Tribe and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Ft. Apache Agency.

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CEDAR CREEK RESIDENTS:


1. Please make sure your phone numbers are provided to your zone leaders per the Cedar Creek Community Evacuation Plan.

2. During a Flash Flood Warning, BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO A SAFE LOCATION. Let your zone leaders know when you leave your home and where you're going during a flash flood. In addition, Hang a white towel or sheet near your door to indicate you left. The Cedar Creek Assembly of God church is the designated meeting place.

3. STAY AWAY FROM THE FLOOD ZONE (Do not go near the Cedar Creek or the Cedar Creek Bridge or any other areas near the wash.) Go to the designated meeting place to be accounted for.

4. If you live outside the potential flood zone, STAY HOME! There is no need for you to be driving around or entering the potential flood areas for photo opps or sightseeing.

5. Follow the Cedar Creek Community Evacuation plan that was adopted by the Community and the WMAT Emergency Operations Team.

6. KNNB APACHE RADIO will provide Alerts and update during a flash flood. This includes road closures and other public information.

7. STAY OUT OF THE CEDAR FIRE AREAS!!!!!! Roads are closed for your safety.

5 East Sycamore Street           Whiteriver, Arizona  85941         Phone (928) 338-4942        FAX (928) 338-4565

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