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All evacuation orders have been lifted.
All road closures have been lifted.
41 residences destroyed and 3 damaged; 57 other strucutres destroyed or damaged..
Firefighters continue to hold and improve fire lines and mop up hot spots. Current weather conditions continue to provide the opportunity for firefighters to make significant progress in containment. All evacuation orders, warnings, and road closures have been lifted. Currently, no structures are threatened. Damage inspection has been completed. Butte County has opened a Local Assistance Center at the Oroville Municipal Auditorium, 1200 Myers Street, for residents whose homes were damaged by the Wall Fire. For tips on returning home after a fire visit: visit www.buttecounty.net/pathtorecovery
CAL FIRE Butte County Fire
California Highway Patrol - Chico, Butte County Sheriff’s Office, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, California State Parks, Cal OES, California Conservation Corps, Cal OES - Law, North Valley Animal Disaster Group, Butte County EOC, American Red Cross, Butte County Animal Control, Pacific Gas and Electric, Oroville Police Department, Oroville Fire Department, California Department of Transportation - Oroville, Salvation Army, California Department of Water Resources.