has burned 28,445 acres and is 80 percent contained.
Full containment is expected November 4. The fire
continues to threaten structures within the Silverado
area. Mandatory evacuation orders remain in place for
the canyon areas of Santiago Canyon Road between
Silverado Canyon Road and Live Oak Canyon Road,
including the Santiago Estates area and Jackson Ranch
Road. Mandatory evacuations have been lifted for
Modjeska, Trabuco, and Live Oak Canyons along with Glen
Ranch. The following road closures are in place: Live
Oak Canyon Road, all of Trabuco Canyon Road, Plano
Trabuco road north of Robinson Ranch Road (northbound
only). Santiago Canyon Road has been re-opened.
15 homes and
nine outbuildings have been destroyed, and 8 residential
structures and 12 outbuildings were damaged. 1,948
people are assigned to this incident and 10 firefighter
injuries have been reported. The estimated cost of this
fire to date is $11.1 million.
Fire has been determined to be arson-caused. Santiago
Fire Information Line (714) 573-6200.
Santiago Fire Map 10/26/07
has burned 1,247 acres and is 100 percent contained. The
fire is northwest of Lake Arrowhead. 174 structures and
2 outbuildings have been destroyed. Although the fire is
contained, 200 homes within the fire area remain
threatened and evacuations are still in place.
order remains in effect for the San Bernardino National
Forest. The mandatory evacuation order for the
communities of Twin Peaks, Rim Forest, Blue Jay, Agua
Fria, Deer Lodge Park, Sky Forest, Cedar Glen and the
majority of Lake Arrowhead have been reduced to
voluntary evacuations effective 12:00 p.m. on October
28, 2007. The area will be open to residents and
re-entry passes will not be issued and are not required.
Mandatory evacuations east of Heaps Peak have been
lifted. Voluntary evacuations for Crestline, Lake
Gregory, Cedar Pines Park, and Valley of Enchantment
remain in effect. Evacuation Centers have been
established at the National Orange Show in San
Bernardino and Victorville Fairgrounds in Victorville.
Hwy 330 remains closed. Hwy 18 is open to residents of
Crestline, and Arrowheads areas with proof of a street
address. Access to Big Bear is available from Hwy 38 via
the I-10 as well as via Hwy 18 through the Hi-Desert in
firefighters are assigned to this incident. The
estimated cost of this fire to date is $5.8 million.
Grass Valley Fire Information Line (909) 383-5688.
Grass Valley Fire Map 10/26/07
GVL / RS
has burned 12,759 acres at Green Valley Lake near
Running Springs in San Bernardino County and is 97
percent contained. Full containment is expected on
October 31. The communities of Crab Flats, Running
Springs, Smiley Park, Green Valley, and Arrowbear Lake
are threatened. 272 homes have been destroyed and 43
have been damaged.
firefighters are currently assigned to this fire. Eight
firefighter injuries have been reported. The estimated
cost of this fire to date is $15.5 million. Slide Fire
Information Line (909) 383-5688.
Slide Fire Map 10/26/07
Martin Ranch Road at Meyers Road
San Bernardino County
This fire in
the San Bernardino National Forest began at 9 a.m.
October 23 and has burned 123 acres. It is 100 percent
contained. 77 firefighters are assigned to this incident
under unified command and one firefighter injury has
been reported. One home has been damaged. No structures
are threatened at this time. All evacuation notices have
Rosa Fire -
has burned 411 acres and is 100 percent contained. Two
outbuildings were destroyed by this fire. Evacuations
have been lifted and residents are allowed to return to
their homes. All roads are open. 223 firefighters are
assigned to this incident under CAL FIRE command. The
cause of this fire is arson. Rosa Fire Information Line
Roca Fire -
East of Temecula
Fire burned 270 acres since October 21 and is 100
percent contained. All evacuation orders have been
lifted.One home was destroyed and one injury was
reported. Roca Fire Information Line (951) 940-6985.
NW of Arrowhead
burned 160 acres northwest of Lake Arrowhead in San
Bernardino County and is now 100% contained. The
evacuation center is now closed. Four engines remain on
scene. Walker Fire Information line (909) 383-5688.
Lil Mountain- San
the Lytle Creek area.