National Interagency Coordination Center

Located in Boise, Idaho, the National Interagency Coordination Center (NICC) serves as the focal point for coordinating the mobilization of resources to wildland fires and other incidents throughout the United States. The NICC also provides Predictive Services related products designed to be used by the internal wildland fire community for critical decision-making surrounding incident management and resource allocation.

Current Preparedness Level

Current National Statistics
15 Incidents
Total Number of Large Fires
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5 Total
New Large Fires
20,176 Incidents
Year-to-date Wildfires
190,798 Acres
Acres Burned on Large Fires
6,416
Personnel Assigned to Wildfires
2,223,801 Acres
Year-to-date Acres Burned
Last Updated:

GACC Preparedness Levels

Geographic AreaPreparedness Level
Alaska3
Eastern1
Great Basin2
Northern California2
Northern Rockies1
Northwest2
Rocky Mountain2
Southern1
Southern California2
Southwest3