A new wildfire is burning across 250 acres of grasslands north of Flagstaff. Coconino National Forest (CNF) officials say the Kendrick fire is spreading across an area 15 miles north of Flagstaff. The human caused fire is just east of Kendrick Park and south of Saddle Mountain, officials said. There are approximately 20 firefighters, four engine trucks and one water tender on scene. No structures are threatened at this time. The Kendrick Fire, a human-caused wildfire reported at approximately 2:30 p.m. today is estimated to be 75-100 acres in size and multiple resources are on scene. The fire is located 15 miles north of Flagstaff, just east of Kendrick Park and south of Saddle Mountain. Resources on scene from the Forest Service and Summit Fire Department include four engines, one water tender and approximately 20 firefighters. No structures are threatened at this time.