CAL FIRE Incidents

List of current minor and major CAL FIRE incidents, last updated today at 03:30:27

07/15/2018 03:27 PM
3_10 Fire (Lassen County) Started 7/15/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 03:27 PM
3-2 Fire (Lassen County) Started 7/14/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 02:52 PM
Steamboat Fire (Siskiyou County) Started 7/15/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 07:30 AM
Idria Fire (San Benito County) Started 7/12/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 07:30 AM
Panoche Fire (San Benito County) Started 7/11/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 07:29 AM
Lariat Fire (Tehama County) Started 7/14/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 07:14 AM
Klamathon Fire (Siskiyou County) Started 7/05/2018, updated 7/15/2018
Fire is holding to the current perimeter and no additional fire spread is anticipated. Demobilization of excess resources will take place. Demobilization of excess resources will take place. Fire suppression repair efforts will continue.

07/15/2018 07:08 AM
Stoney Fire (Butte County) Started 7/12/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/15/2018 07:02 AM
Gray Fire (San Bernardino County) Started 7/13/2018, updated 7/15/2018

07/14/2018 08:56 PM
Kelley Fire (Modoc County) Started 7/14/2018, updated 7/14/2018

07/14/2018 07:15 PM
County Fire (Napa County,Yolo County) Started 6/30/2018, updated 7/14/2018
Fire Suppression Repair Teams continue working around the fire perimeter and affected areas. This will be the final update

07/14/2018 10:50 AM
Ferguson Fire (Mariposa County) Started 7/13/2018, updated 7/14/2018

07/14/2018 07:08 AM
Eagle Fire (Modoc County) Started 7/13/2018, updated 7/14/2018

07/13/2018 07:53 PM
Georges Fire (Inyo County) Started 7/08/2018, updated 7/13/2018
The incident transitioned out of Unified Command. The fire is being managed by SoCal Team 3, a Type 2 incident management team (assigned to the Inyo National Forest). Tomorrow, management of the fire will transition to a local Type 4 team, comprised of your local firefighters from the Inyo National Forest. Much of the fireline of the Georges Fire is in steep, inaccessible terrain. Firefighters cannot safely gauge if these areas are contained or if pockets of heat still remain. However, the monsoonal moisture has substantially diminished the fire activity. Crews will continue suppression repair, mop up, and collecting remaining backhaul. Firefighters will continue to patrol in the fire area. No structures have been destroyed, and no reportable injuries occurred. Precipitation is likely today with some potential for erratic downdraft winds likely. Thunderstorms remain in the forecast and will decrease over the weekend. The area burned is 82% U. S. Forest Service (2,364 acres), 12% Bureau of Land Management (345 acres), and 5% Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (154 acres). Visit Inciweb for future updates on this fire.

07/13/2018 10:51 AM
Euclid Fire (Riverside County) Started 6/12/2018, updated 7/13/2018