Help and resources for those evacuated from Goodwin Fire in Arizona

Authorities addressed the media Wednesday morning and provided details on the Goodwin fire that has burned over 20,000 acres.

Arizonans helping Arizonans.

If you need help because you are being evacuated from the Goodwin Fire, here are some resources for you.

BIG STORY: Goodwin Fire burns structures near Mayer, Arizona

Get the latest information

Public Information Line: 928-442-5103

Register for "Code Red" Emergency Notification System with Yavapai County Sheriff's Office

Yavapai County Public Works - Emergency Management

Yavapai County Emergency Management Alert Information

Road Conditions: or 511 on cell for Arizona Road Alerts

Shelter and transportation

Bradshaw Mountain High School in Prescott Valley is the shelter for displaced people.

Address: 6000 E. Long Look Drive, Prescott Valley, AZ

Goodwin Fire Help Resource List: A Facebook group where people are offering to help others with storage space, transportation, wheelchair accessible transportation, and more.

Livestock and pets

People who had to evacuate with small pets can take them to Bradshaw Mountain High School in Prescott Valley.

Livestock can go to the Coors Event Center at the Prescott Valley Fairgrounds.

Lost and Found Pets of the Goodwin Fire: Here is a Facebook group for reuniting lost pets with their owners. People are also offering places to keep livestock safe.

Lost and Found Pets of Northern Arizona: Another Facebook group where people are offering help to others affected by the Goodwin Fire.

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