Pawnee Fire

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for the entire community of Spring Valley in Lake County and have expanded to include all areas north of Highway 20 and east of Old Long Valley Rd to Round Ball Rd, including Mule Skinner, Long Branch, Watertrough Rd, Flintlock, Muzzleloader, No Guns, Antelope, Cougar, Marianne, Ramrod, and Moccasin.

Lower Lake High School near Highway 53 has opened as an evacuation shelter, and animal staging is available at the Social Service Center on Anderson Ranch Parkway. For additional animal needs, call animal control at (707) 263-0278.

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Lane Fire: The evacuation order issued near the Lane Fire in Tehama County is for the communities of Ponderosa Sky Ranch and Paynes Creek was downgraded to an evacuation warning, according to Cal Fire. All road closures have been lifted and residents are being allowed to return to their homes.

Though the evacuation orders have been downgraded, residents should still be prepared to leave again if the fire takes a turn for the worst, according to Dave Doughty, spokesperson for Tehama County Fire.

Stoll Fire: All roads have been reopened and residents and businesses are allowed to return to the area.

Creek Fire: Evacuation orders have been lifted for Placer Road. Placer Road at Platina is also now open Gas Point at Placer Rd. Cloverdale at Placer and Clear Creek at Placer remain closed.

A full list of closures and evacuations can be found here.

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