Description: The layer displays ICS209 situation report point data for wildland fire incidents retrieved from the IRWIN (Integrated Reporting of Wildland-Fire Information) system. The layer includes information such as fire name, incident number, percent contained, latitude and longitude coordinates, size (in acres), discovery date, report date, cause, GACC, state and responsible unit. An ICS-209 is required for any fire under a full suppression management strategy that exceeds 100 acres in timber (fuel models 8-13), 300 acres in grass and brush (fuel models 1-7), or has a Type 1 or 2 incident management team assigned. (Geographic Areas and agencies may have more stringent reporting requirements.) Wildland fires being managed under multiple strategies may, or may not, require an ICS-209 to be submitted daily, depending on the size and complexity of the incident. Click here for more information. Updated 12/11/2015, jlr.