NorCal Fire Updates

CDF Incidents

List of current minor and major CDF incidents, last updated today at 10:50:58

The King Fire is burning in steep terrain in the South Fork of the American River Canyon, Silver Creek Canyon, and the Rubicon Canyon, north of the community of Pollock Pines. The fire crossed into Placer County yesterday and is approaching the Tahoe National Forest boundary. The fire spread moderately today with most of the activity in the north end between French Meadows and Hell Hole Reservoir. Evacuations were lifted on the southern end of the fire in the Pollock Pines area. To improve operational efficiencies and to reduce travel time for the fire crews to reach their assignments, the management of the fire will be splitting into two zones. CalFire IMT 5 (Kevin Smith) will take over management of the southern zone of the fire Saturday morning. The current team CIIMT 5 (Jim Giachino) will be coordinating firefighting operations on the north portion of the fire from a new camp location in the Foresthill area. A Damage Assessment Team is working in the White Meadows area to assess the extent of loss or damage to structures. The King Fire is being managed in Unified Command with CAL FIRE, Eldorado National Forest, and the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office.
Posted: September 19, 2014, 9:25 pm
Firefighters will continue to mop up and perform overhaul work within the fire perimeter. Damage Assessment Teams have concluded their inspections and are working with the City and County to produce a final damage inspection report. Excess resources are being released and made available for other incidents as necessary. Utility crews are continuing to assess and repair damaged equipment and infrastructure. If you feel you have information regarding the Boles Fire, please contact 1-800-468-4408. A reward will be offered up to $10,000 leading to the cause of the fire.
Posted: September 19, 2014, 8:45 pm
Areas outside the control lines will be closely monitored for any new spot fires. The crews will continue mopping up and looking for hot spots within containment lines. Interior portions of the fire may produce smoke.
Posted: September 19, 2014, 6:00 pm
The fire is 100% contained. Firefighters continue patrol operations. Continuing demobilization of resources.
Posted: September 17, 2014, 4:10 pm
Firefighters continue to strengthen and improve containment lines as well as mop up and patrol. Fire suppression repair proceeds. Exercise caution while driving in the fire affected area due to presence of fire equipment.
Posted: September 16, 2014, 9:30 am
Areas outside the control lines will be closely monitored for any new spot fires and the crew will continue mopping up and looking for hot spots within containment lines, as well.Interior portions of the fire will continue to burn and may produce smoke for an extended period of time in the Laytonville & South Leggett area.
Posted: September 9, 2014, 7:30 pm