Published Friday, September 9, 2022


A wildfire named the SEVEN BAYS FIRE is burning in Hawk Creek (Lincoln County), about 42 miles northwest of Spokane at Lake Roosevelt NRA, 12 miles north of Davenport, and near Seven Bays in Washington State.

Credit: LCSO


The fire ignited yesterday September 4, 2022, around 1535 hours PT from an unknown cause, which is under investigation.


The fire has burned at least 1,175 acres of timber and understory.

There is a 40% containment status.

Fire behavior has been reduced to minimum fire behavior with creeping and smoldering of unburned fire fuels.

Fire personnel will continue to mop up hot spots on the fire perimeter and begin repair work on the interior dozer lines. They will be completed with their fire objectives and be back in service this weekend.


Resources originally assigned on this wildfire are listed as AA 4WA AR 40 AR 41 AR 42 E Upland 10 FB 212 NC 25 NE 06 NE 25 NWS 5103 OLS 1103 OLS 1301 PCS 1202 PCS 2201.


Today, the wildfire is staffed with Capt 691 E Upland 10 NE 25 NWS 5103 OLS 1103 OLS 1301 PCS 1202 PCS 2201.

The Fire command is under IC Shawn Soliday and Trainee, Clint Desautel.


Davenport Fire

Egypt Fire

Deer Meadows Fire

Seven Bays Fire

Creston Fire

Wilbur Fire

Reardan Fire

Northwest Coordination Center

WA State DNR Wildfire

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office

Stevens County Emergency Management Agency

NWS Spokane

NW Interagency Coordination Center (NWCC Info)

National Interagency Fire Center

WA State Fire Marshal’s Office (WSP)

Local farmers

Local businesses

Local citizens

NPS Park Rangers

WSP Troopers

Fish & Wildlife


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