Updated: 9:11 am, July 16, 2021
211 NorCal is no longer updating this webpage. The most current incident information and operation maps are available at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7587/.
Previous Evacuation Orders and Warnings have been lifted.
RESOURCES FOR FIRE SURVIVORS:
- To find resources, please visit: 211norcal.org/salt-fire-resources.
GENERAL FIRE INFORMATION:
- On June 30th at approximately 2pm, firefighters responded to the #Salt Fire burning off Gilman Road and Coal Creek Road in Lakehead area, North of Shasta Lake City in Shasta County.
- CA Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is assisting the Shasta Trinity National Forest with this incident.
- The most current incident information and daily operation maps are available at: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7587/.
- Check local air quality at www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/drm/air-quality/wildfire-smoke and AirNow.Gov.
- Smoke map: Fire.AirNow.Gov
- Reminder to not fly drones: 211norcal.org/do-not-fly-drones-near-wildfires
#SaltFire EVACUATION UPDATE: As of 4 pm all Evacuation WARNINGS and road closures are being lifted. There are no longer any active Evacuation orders or warnings.
- Previous closures due to the Salt Fire have been lifted.
Residents are urged to review information from Shasta County’s Environmental Health Division regarding health and safety notices relevant to the Salt Fire. https://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/drm/ehd…
Upon returning, to get your power restored, call PG&E at 800-743-5000 Option 3, then option 4, so PG&E can connect you with power or provide you with a generator.
Please watch for damage and workers on roadways.
- The American Red Cross shelter at Central Valley High School closed on July 8, 2021, at 5 pm.
EVACUATED ANIMAL SHELTER:
- Pawz for a Cause can shelter small dogs, cats, parrots and reptiles. They may be able find placements for large animals but it may take some time. Please call Janie at (530) 524-2327
OFFICIAL INFORMATION SOURCES FOR UPDATES:
- Twitter: @CalFireSHU
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/ShastaSheriff/
SIGN UP FOR ALERTS:
- CodeRED Emergency Alert System: Public safety agencies encourage Shasta County residents to register your cell phone with CodeRED so that you can be notified of an emergency situation, such as for evacuations during a fire. (Landlines are automatically notified, but cell phones are not – until you register.) Visit website for information and to register: public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/BFBDCA5E730B
What to bring with you when you evacuate (time permitting):
- Your identification
- Your medications/prescriptions
- Any important documents you might have or need (birth certificates, marriage certificates, insurance policies etc.)
- Any emergency supplies you need, including food and water for a minimum of three days
- Clothes and toiletries
- Pets and pet supplies
For more information, please visit: 211norcal.org/emergency-preparedness or www.readyforwildfire.org
FIRE SURVIVOR ASSISTANCE:
- People who find themselves displaced or evacuated from their homes due to the fire should first contact the Red Cross. The Red Cross will help set up a claim and direct to programs that can help in this time of need. Call 855-755-7711.
- Evacuees are also encouraged to register at: safeandwell.org. The American Red Cross Safe and Well Website is a way for people affected by a disaster to enter information regarding their welfare so that family and friends can check their status.