Rocky Fire

Lake, Yolo and Colusa counties Last Update: Friday, August 14, 2015 6:15 p.m. PDT

100%
Contained
69,438
Acres burned
Jul 29
Started (2015)
Rocky Fire
Location of
Ear Morgan Valley Road And Rocky Creek Road, East Of Clear Lake
Structures Destroyed
43 residences, 53 outbuildings destroyed; 8 structures damaged.
Injuries
n/a

Recent KPCC Coverage

Updates Tracker

August 6, 2015 6:36 p.m. PDT

“RESIDENTS ARE URGED TO STAY VIGILANT AND ADHERE TO ANY CHANGES IN EVACUATIONS AND ROAD CLOSURES”. Fire activity and direction can change at any time, be prepared and stay informed. With the elevated fire danger, we are asking everyone to use extreme caution, “Ready, Set, Go”. For more information on how to prepare for wildfires, go to

August 3, 2015 6:56 p.m. PDT

Firefighters are working aggressively to build control lines and sustain perimeter control. The terrain is steep and rugged with limited access, fuels are at critical levels and there is little to no fire history in the area. In total, all evacuations impact over 13,118 citizens living in over 5,530 residences. Damage assessment teams continue to assess based on access through fire affected areas. Resources continue to respond from in and out of the state.

August 2, 2015 9:47 p.m. PDT

The fire activity has grown dramatically and firefighters are aggressively working to stop the progression. The terrain is steep and rugged with limited access, fuels are at critical levels and there is little to no fire history in the area. In total, all evacuations impact over 12,190 citizens living in over 5,201 residences. Damage assessment teams have begun initial assessments based on access through fire affected areas. Resources continue to respond from around the state.

More Details

Additional Details
Information from CalFire
Administrative Unit
CAL FIRE Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit
Cause
Under Investigatio
Damage Assessment
Structure loss assessment numbers may rise as damage assessment teams are able to access the previously burned areas.

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