FIRE UPDATE 10/02/2020 9:30AM FROM CAL FIRE

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Repopulation of Fire Zones begins in Shasta County

Zogg Fire, Shasta & Tehama Counties

Southwest of Redding 

*56,018 acres, 46% contained

*4 Fatalities

*Evacuation orders in place 

*159 structures destroyed

 

Evacuation orders are lifted for the areas below: The repopulation will include all roadways and residences along the corridor of Placer Rd west from Texas Springs Rd to the intersection of Cloverdale Rd. This will include Cloverdale Rd south of Placer Rd to Clear Creek Rd. 

 

An evacuation order and roadway closure will remain in effect for west bound traffic on Placer Rd west of Cloverdale Rd. Cloverdale Rd is open. 

 

Traffic Control Point: Placer Rd @ Cloverdale Rd 

 

The repopulation of residences and roadways as follows: Repopulation of all residences along the Clear Creek Rd corridor west of Cloverdale Rd to the intersection of Placer Rd and Gas Point Rd. Repopulation of Gas Point Rd and the Lower Gas Point Rd area. This will include all roadways and residences along the corridors of Gas Point Rd and Lower Gas Point Rd north of Foster Rd and south of Clear Creek Rd. 

 

Evacuation orders and roadway closures will remain in effect on Foster Rd west of Gas Point Rd, Placer Rd north of Platina Rd and Platina Rd west of Placer Rd. An evacuation order and roadway closure will remain in effect for west bound traffic on Platina Rd. An evacuation order and roadway closure will remain in effect for north bound traffic on Placer Rd 

 

Traffic Control Point: The intersection of Gas Point Rd @ Platina Rd @ Clear Creek Rd @ Placer

 

Shasta County: To register for emergency alerts: bit.ly/shastacodered


Tehama County: To register for emergency alerts: https://tehamaso.org/tehama-alert/ 

Evacuation Order: 

  • Zone H – All areas north of HWY 36 to the Shasta County Linefrom Vassar Road/Luce Griswald Road and West to Beegum 



Tehama County road closure:

  • Highway 36 west of Tedoc Gap Rd 



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North Complex, Butte & Plumas counties 

Northeast of Oroville to southwest of Quincy (Plumas National Forest)

*316,685 acres, 79% contained

*15 fatalities

*2,342 structures destroyed

*Evacuations in place

 

August Complex, Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Mendocino, Tehama and Trinity Counties

*970,563 acres, 51% contained

*West Zone 123,328 acres, 55% contained

*1 fatality

*86 structures destroyed



Glass Fire, Napa and Sonoma County 

4 miles east of Calistoga

*60,148 acres, 6% contained 

*Evacuation orders in effect and additional evacuations in progress



Slater Fire, Siskiyou County 

5 miles North of Happy Camp (Klamath National Forest)

*154,445 acres, 50% contained

*2 fatalities

*Evacuation orders in place

 

Devil Fire, Siskiyou County 

5 miles north of Upper Devil’s Peak (Klamath National Forest)

*8,506 acres, 20% contained



Red Salmon Complex – Humboldt County 

14 miles northeast of Willow Creek (Shasta-Trinity National Forest)

*129,191 acres, 31% contained 

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