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SIX RIVERS FIRES: Saturday Morning Update From Humboldt OES | Lost Coast Outpost

Evacuation warnings and orders remain in effect for areas east and
south of Willow Creek as fire crews work to contain the Six Rivers
Lightning Complex Fire.

CURRENT SITUATION

The Six Rivers
Lightning Complex Fire is made up of 11 fires around the Willow Creek
area. The fires are burning in areas of steep terrain and dry
conditions. The incident response is being managed by the United
States Forest Service – Six Rivers National Forest. Today resources
from CAL FIRE have been deployed to assist in the firefighting
efforts.

Humboldt County
Sheriff’s deputies continue to patrol the areas under evacuation
order to notify residents of the order and conduct looting
prevention.

EVACUATION
INFORMATION

An EVACUATION ORDER
remains in effect for zones: HUM-E077-C, HUM-E058, HUM-E061

ZONE DESCRIPTIONS:

HUM-E077-C:

  • NORTH OF Forest
    Route 5n32

  • SOUTH OF Friday
    Ridge Road, South Fork Road

  • EAST OF Forest
    Route 5n37

  • WEST OF South
    Fork Road, Carpenter Road

HUM-E061:

  • NORTH OF Forest
    Route 7n15

  • SOUTH OF Seeley
    Mc Intosh Road

  • EAST OF Seeley
    Mc Intosh Road, Campbell Ridge Road

  • WEST OF Forest
    Route 7n15

HUM-E058:

  • NORTH OF Forest
    Route 7n15

  • SOUTH OF Horse
    Linto Creek Road

  • EAST OF Peach
    Tree Lane

  • WEST OF Coon
    Creek Rd, Forest Route 7n15

An EVACUATION
WARNING
remains in effect for zones: HUM-E063, HUM-E064, HUM-E077-B.

ZONE DESCRIPTIONS

HUM-E063:

  • NORTH OF Forest
    Route 6n39, Friday Ridge Road

  • SOUTH OF Forest
    Rt 6n33

  • EAST OF Friday
    Ridge Road

  • WEST OF Friday
    Ridge Road, Riteway Lane

HUM-E064:

  • NORTH OF
    Trinity Highway, Wood Lane, Friday Ridge Road

  • SOUTH OF
    Campbell Ridge Road, Triple R Lane, Butterfly Creek Road, Kimberly
    Drive, Trinity Highway

  • EAST OF Trinity
    Highway

  • WEST OF Wood
    Lane, Campbell Ridge Road

HUM-E077-B:

  • NORTH OF Friday
    Ridge Road, Forest Route 5n01

  • SOUTH OF Friday
    Ridge Road

  • EAST OF 5n10,
    5n09, 5n27

  • WEST OF South
    Fork Road, Forest Route 5n42

WILDFIRE ADVISORIES
remain in effect for the following zones in the Willow Creek area:
HUM-E031, HUM-E032, HUM-E054, HUM-E055, HUM-E056, HUM-E057, HUM-E059,
HUM-E060, HUM-E062

Maps of evacuation
zones and routes are available at community.zonehaven.com.

CURRENT ROAD
CONDITIONS

State Route 299
remains open to through traffic. Residents are encouraged to visit
http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/
to check for state highway closures.

The following roads
into evacuation zones have been closed. Residents may still use these
roads to travel out of evacuation order zones:

  • Horse Linto
    Creek Road at Saddle Lane

  • Seeley McIntosh
    Road at Country Club Road

  • Friday Ridge
    Road at Sandy Bar

RESOURCES FOR THE
COMMUNITY

A Red Cross
Overnight Evacuation Shelter has been established at Trinity Valley
Elementary School, located
at 730 Highway 96, Willow Creek, for evacuees displaced by the
Six Rivers Lightning Complex Fire.

The Humboldt County
Office of Emergency Services is not currently accepting donations. To
volunteer or donate to assist our community, please contact:

Pay it Forward
Humboldt
Phone: 707-499-2364

Email:
[email protected]

RESTRICTED AREA
ACCESS PASS

The registration
period for an Ag or CannAg Restricted Area Access Pass has closed.
Pass holders will be contacted by the Office of Emergency Services
when it is deemed safe enough to enter evacuation zones to conduct
operations as authorized by the program.

SIGN UP FOR
EMERGENCY ALERTS

Humboldt County
residents are encouraged to sign up for Humboldt Alert to receive
local emergency notifications, including information regarding
evacuations and emergency sheltering in the event of a wildfire or
other emergency incident. Residents can sign up by going to:
humboldtgov.org/alerts.

FOR MORE
INFORMATION

For more information
regarding the Six Rivers Lightning Complex Fire, current impact and
evacuation areas, please go to humboldtsheriff.org/emergency
or visit @HumCoOES on Facebook and Twitter.

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