UTAH COUNTY (News4Utah)- After days of rain, fire crews say both wildfires in Utah County are fully contained Monday.
Combined the fires burned nearly 121,000 acres.
Fire crews say they are working to restore the roads and land to pre-fire conditions.
“This work is specifically designed to minimize sediment delivery into streams and rivers and minimize gully and surface erosion,” a press release said.
Closures: The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache and Manti-La Sal National Forests implemented an area closure for the fire areas,
until further notice. The full closure order and map can be found under the closure tab on the Pole Creek Fire InciWeb page.
The area closure includes areas currently in the Bald Mountain Fire and the Coal Hollow area.
Evacuations: Right Fork Hobble Creek and Diamond Fork areas remain in effect.
PHOTOS: Pole Creek & Bald Mountain Fires
This is a developing story. Updates will be posted as they become available.