Current Fire Information

This is the complete list of 2016 major incidents that have been posted to this site. You can see the location of Major Incidents on the Google Statewide Fire Map.

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Grade Fire: more info... Updated: August 25, 2016 8:00 am
County: Siskiyou County  
Location: off Hwy 263, 2 miles north of Yreka  
Acres Burned - Containment: 400 acres - 5% contained  
Evacuation Info: Evacuation warning for Yreka has been lifted.
Evacuations for the Hawkinsville area
Chimney Fire: more info... Updated: August 25, 2016 11:15 am
County: San Luis Obispo County  
Location: Running Deer Rd & Chimney Rock Rd south of Lake Nacimiento  
Acres Burned - Containment: 43,633 acres - 39% contained  
Evacuation Info: Chimney Fire Evacuations Lifted for Communities South of Lake Nacimiento
This news release is intended to notify residents that evacuation orders for the communities of Tri-County, Cal Shasta, Rancho Del Lago, and South Shore Village will be lifted on Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 12:00 PM.
The communities of Tri-County, Cal-Shasta, Rancho Del Lago and South Shore Village are private gated communities. As such, Running Deer road is not open to the general public. Property owners and residents of the Tri-County, Cal-Shasta, Rancho Del Lago and South Shore Village Ranch Communities are asked to carry a government issued identification card, current utility bill, or other similar evidence showing an address within Tri-County, Cal-Shasta, Rancho Del Lago, and South Shore Village.

Evacuation orders remain in place for Christmas Cove, Oak Shores, North Shore Boat and Ski, Laguna Vista, Lake San Antonio, Sapaqua Valley, and Bryson Hesperia in both San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties.

Members of the general public are asked to avoid the Tri-County, Cal-Shasta, Rancho Del Lago, and South Shore Village area due to large numbers of fire resources in the area and to respect private property rights of these communities. Click here for more information.

Evacuation Centers:
Flamson Middle School
2405 Spring Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446

  • Small Animals – Chimney Fire Animal Shelter can be contacted at (805)423-4934
  • Large Animals - Horse Emergency Evacuation Team (HEET) 805-466-7457
  • Large and Small Animials – Chimney Fire Animal Relief (805)423-4934
  • Rey Fire : more info... Updated: August 25, 2016 8:15 am
    County: Santa Barbara County  
    Location: off of Hwy 154 and Paradise Rd, north of Santa Barbara  
    Acres Burned - Containment: 31,505 acres - 39% contained  
    Tully Fire: more info... Updated: August 25, 2016 7:00 am
    County: Humboldt County  
    Location: off of Hwy 169 & Martin's Ferry Rd, northwest of Weitchpec  
    Acres Burned - Containment: 505 acres - 10% contained  
    Evacuation Info: Mandatory: Areas served by Highway 169 north of Cappell/Kep’el Road to End of the Road are under a mandatory evacuation.
    Advisory: The area of Highway 169 between Martin’s Ferry Bridge and Lower Cappell/Kep’el Road are under an evacuation advisory.

    Please exercise caution when travelling through the area. Emergency responders will be working throughout the evacuation and fire areas.

    The cancellation of additional evacuation orders are being evaluated based on a variety of factors, including potential fire behavior, and the re-establishment of crucial infrastructure.

    Livestock can be evacuated to the Hoopa Rodeo Grounds. Dog kennels are available for canine evacuations. Contact Serene Hayden of Hoopa OES at 530-739-2259 to arrange.

    The Evacuation Center is located at:
    Hoopa Neighborhood Facility
    11900 Hwy 96

    Red Cross contact: Cris Jones-Koczera at 1 866 272-2237
    Hoopa OES contact: Serene Hayden at 530 739-2259

    Cedar Fire: more info... Updated: August 16, 2016 7:15 pm
    County: Kern County  
    Location: off of Hwy 155 in the Greenhorn Mountains, west of Wofford Heights  
    Acres Burned - Containment: **This is NOT a CAL FIRE incident. For more information, click on the link above.  


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