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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Loma Fire: more info... Updated: October 01, 2016 6:15 am
County: Santa Clara County  
Location: off Loma Prieta Rd and Loma Chiquita Rd 10 miles NW of Morgan Hill  
Acres Burned - Containment: 4,345 acres - 56% contained  
Evacuation Info: Santa Clara County: Mandatory evacuation orders for the Loma Prieta ridgeline area including all tributary roads along Summit Road from Soquel San Jose Road to Ormsby Fire Station. This includes Uvas Canyon County Park, Loma Chiquita, Casa Loma, and Loma Prieta Way. Portions of Croy Road are under an evacuation warning

Evacuation alerts in Santa Clara County can be received by signing up for AlertSCC, visit:

Evacuation Centers:
Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church, 16970 De Witt Avenue, Morgan Hill

Marshes Fire: more info... Updated: October 01, 2016 6:15 am
County: Tuolumne County  
Location: off Hwy. 49 and Marshes Flat Road north of Don Pedro Reservoir  
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,080 acres - 75% contained  
Evacuation Info: None at this time
Sawmill Fire: more info... Updated: September 29, 2016 5:00 pm
County: Sonoma County  
Location: off Big Geysers Road and Geysers Resort Road, 10 miles east of Cloverdale  
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,547 acres - 100% contained  
Evacuation Info: none
Tobin Fire: more info... Updated: September 26, 2016 2:07 pm
County: Plumas County  
Location: north of Hwy 70 and west of Jackass Creek Road  
Acres Burned - Containment: **This is not a CAL FIRE incident. Please click the link above for more information.  
Soberanes Fire: more info... Updated: August 26, 2016 7:15 pm
County: Monterey County  
Location: Soberanes Creek, Garrapata State Park, Palo Colorado, north of Big Sur  
Acres Burned - Containment: *** CAL FIRE is no longer in Unified Command of the Soberanes Fire. Click the link above for the latest information from the Los Padres National Forest.  


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