We have a look at each fire, how big it is, the communities impacted, and who should be evacuating, or who should be ready to evacuate.
The Brady Fire, which started on Aug. 6, is burning 11 miles north of Payson near the Mogollon Rim.
The Kane Fire was sparked by lightning on Aug. 4 and is burning in the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona.
Bowl Creek Fire
The Bowl Creek Fire is 100% contained after burning northwest of Oracle Junction near south State Route 79 and west State Route 77.
The Grapevine Fire sparked July 22 and is burning 10 miles east of Prescott Valley.
Adams Robles Complex Fire
This is a combination of the Robles and Adams Peak wildfires burning in Cochise County. Thousands of acres have been burned so far.
The Guzzler Fire sparked in Coconino County on July 19 and is moving towards Navajo County in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.
Flying V Fire
A wildfire burning north of Globe has shut down US 60 and has scorched hundreds of acres so far.
Firefighters are battling the Pilot Fire, which is burning in northwestern Yavapai County.
Stockton Hill Fire
The Stockton Hill Fire sparked the afternoon of July 4 and has scorched at least 195 acres.
The Beehive Fire sparked on June 30 in Beehive Canyon within the Nogales Ranger District. It is 42% contained. (Coronado NF)
The Beehive Fire has scorched over 10,000 acres in the Coronado National Forest near Nogales. Arivaca Lake and nearby campgrounds have been closed due to the fire.
West Main Fire
West Main Fire
A wildfire has scorched hundreds of acres north of Yuma. Firefighters say the "West Main Fire" is pushing west into California along the Colorado River.
The Diamond Fire forced over 1,000 evacuations in north Scottsdale. Fire officials say the fire started with a construction crew at a new build cutting rebar. One secondary structure was lost in the fire. No injuries were reported.
Western Hemp Fire
The Western Hemp Fire burned on Fort Huachuca in Cochise County, according to the U.S. Army. The Forest Service is providing air support with two tankers and four helicopters.
Two Sides Fire
The Two Sides Fire sparked along State Route 74 near Lake Pleasant. The fire burned on both sides of the highway in Morristown, between 235th Avenue and New River Road.
The Post Fire temporarily caused evacuations south of Benson in Cochise County. Hundreds of firefighters were called in to battle the human-caused fire, which also causes road closures and power outages.
(Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management)
The Wildhorse Fire sparked in the Palominas area in Cochise County and forced evacuations and road closures. The fire burned almost 750 acres before being fully contained.
The Ventana Fire sparked in the Catalina Mountains in Tucson and closed several hiking trails. The fire burned two miles north of the Craycroft and Placita Alta Reposa areas.
The Oak Fire burned thousands of acres in the Coronado National Forest. Strong winds fanned the fire, which temporarily shut down Highway 83 near Sonoita.
The Kelvin Fire sparked near Kearny in Pinal County and burned about 250 acres. The fire temporarily shut down State Route 177.
A wildfire that burned about a half-mile from the Biosphere 2 science facility in southern Arizona is fully contained. The Biosphere Fire sparked northwest of Oracle Junction and north of metro Tucson.
The Bullet Fire burned over 3,000 acres near State Route 87 in the Lower Sycamore area. The fire temporarily forced evacuations and road closures before being fully contained.
Red Mountain Fire
The Red Mountain Fire burned north of Fountain Hills along the Beeline Highway. The fire burned about 12 acres near Ballentine Trailhead.
Cloud Fire near Wickenburg
The Cloud Fire burned over 800 acres outside of Wickenburg. The wildfire sparked near Vulture Mine Road and Whispering Ranch Road.
The Rolls Fire sparked near Fountain Hills and burned nearly 250 acres.
The Williams Fire burned over 1,300 acres and temporarily forced evacuations in Cochise County. At least five buildings, including two homes, were lost in the fire. The fire sparked along the San Pedro River, south of Hereford Road.
The River Fire burned about 125 acres on both sides of the Arizona-California border near Yuma. The wildfire is believed to be human-caused.