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  • Stump Fire (Wildfire)
    The Stump Fire started August 1, 2020 at 1:55 PM on Doe Mountain above Child's Meadow HWY 36 and HWY 172. The cause was a lightning struck tree from a storm system that passed through several days prior. Today the acreage has decreased to 684 due to more accurate
  • Apple Fire (Wildfire)
    Current Situation: The fire was active last night on the east and west flanks. Ground crews continued to build line in the area of Pine Bench and made good progress on the western perimeter east of Oak Glen. Line building will continue today up to Yucaipa Ridge and is a high priority to protect the Forest Falls and Oak Glen communities. An additional base camp is being established at Yucaipa Ridge Park to support firefighters working in this area.The fire was also very active overnight in Millard Canyon. Crews built direct line with supplement night air drops in this area. Firefighters will continue line construction today in Millard Canyon and continue north to Whitewater Canyon to limit fire growth to east.Evacuations / Closures: Evacuation Orders for Riverside County have been lifted. Evacuation Warnings are still current. Residents: please visit for an interactive map that will allow you to enter your address to determine if you are in an...
  • Red Salmon Complex (Wildfire)
    Red Salmon Complex  CLICK HERE for OPERATIONAL UPDATE VIDEO CLICK HERE  for Red Salmon Complex 8-5-2020 AM UPDATE   The Salmon Red Complex is being managed by the California Incident Management Team 14 (CIIMT14), under the command of Mike Strawhun and Steve Watkins.  The complex is comprised of the Salmon and the Red fires.  Both fires were started by a lightning storm on the evening of July 26 and are burning in rugged and remote portions of the Trinity Alps Wilderness. The Salmon Fire portion of the complex is on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest near Salmon Mountain; the Red Fire is in the Red Cap drainage east of Black Mountain on the Six Rivers National Forest. Firefighter and public safety is top priority and we are implementing best practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in all fire management practices.  Fire suppression objectives reflect  protecting and understanding the cultural values and natural resources in the fire area.  Minimum impact...