Updated: 12:41 pm, July 16, 2021
211 NorCal is no longer updating this webpage.
Evacuation Orders and Warnings have been lifted.
The most current incident information and operation maps are available at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7584/
GENERAL FIRE INFORMATION:
- A joint command of CalFire and the US Forrest service is responding to a fire in The Klamath National Forest near Macdoel in Siskiyou County.
- Check local air quality at AirNow.Gov
- Smoke map: Fire.AirNow.Gov
- Klamath National Forest Alerts & Notices
- Access the interactive map for the most up to date evacuation and road closure information here: https://arcg.is/1CrfH40
TEMPORARY EVACUATION SITE
Has been closed.
ROAD CLOSURES IN SISKIYOU COUNTY:
7/16/21: RE-OPENED – Everitt Memorial Highway is closed at McBride Springs.
- Use this link to access a map with the latest official evacuations and road closures: https://arcg.is/1CrfH40
For the most up-to-date information from Caltrans, visit:
FOREST CLOSURES IN SISKIYOU COUNTY:
OFFICIAL INFORMATION SOURCE FOR UPDATES:
- Twitter: @Klamath_NF
- Facebook: @KlamathNF
- Facebook: @SiskiyouCountyOES
- Incident Information System: Inciweb
SIGN UP FOR ALERTS:
- CodeRED Emergency Alert System: Public safety agencies encourage Siskiyou 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: www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/emergencyservices/page/codered-emergency-alert
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
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.