CalFire Fire Summary - Updated 10/12/17

Oct 12, 2017

California Statewide Fire Summary

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Fire conditions remained active overnight as over 8,000 firefighters braced for gusty North winds as they battle 21 wildfires that have burned 191,437 acres. Red Flag Warnings for gusty winds and low humidity remain in effect across the fire area and much of Northern California. These winds will continue to challenge firefighters in their efforts towards containment and will increase the risk for new fires. With high fire danger across California yesterday, a new large wildfire broke out in Fresno County. The death toll has risen to 23 across 4 fires as estimates remain that 3,500 homes and other structures were destroyed. Hundreds of additional fire engines and firefighters have been requested from other states, not only to help relieve crews on the frontlines, but to be ready for the possibility of new wildfires that may ignite during the Red Flag Warnings.


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Fires of Interest:

**CAL FIRE Incidents**


  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Atlas Fire, Napa & Solano Counties (more info…)

South of Lake Berryessa and northeast of Napa

  • 43,762 acres, 3% contained
  • Significant structures destroyed

Partrick Fire, Napa County (more info…)

west of Napa

  • 10,817 acres, 2% contained

Nuns / Norrbom Fire, Sonoma County (more info…)

north of Glen Ellen and east of Boyes Hot Springs

  • 14,698 acres, 3% contained
  • The Nuns Fire and Norrbom Fire have merged


Pressley Fire, Sonoma County

East of Rohnert Park

  • 473 acres, 1% contained


Adobe Fire, Sonoma County

Near Kenwood

  • 7,955 acres, 1% contained



  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Redwood Valley, Mendocino County (more info…)

North of Hwy 20 in Potter Valley and Redwood Valley

·         32,100 acres, 5% contained

  • Significant structures destroyed


Sulphur Fire, Lake County (more info…)

Clearlake Oaks

  • 2,500 acres, 45% contained


WIND COMPLEX (4 fires)

  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Cascade Fire, Yuba County (more info…)

Loma Rica area

  • 10,171 acres, 45% contained  
  • Significant structure destroyed 

Lobo Fire, Nevada County (more info…)

Rough and Ready area

  • 829 acres, 52% contained
  • Multiple structures destroyed


McCourtney Fire, Nevada County (more info…)

southwest of Grass Valley

  • 76 acres, 89% contained

LaPorte Fire, Butte County (more info…)

Bangor area

  • 6,059 acres, 25% contained



Point Fire, Calaveras County (more info…)

Hwy 26 & Higdon Rd., West Point

  • 130 acres, 90% contained


Cherokee Fire, Butte County (more info…)

North of Oroville

  • 8,360 acres, 60% contained


Honey Fire, Butte County

Southwest of Paradise

  • 150 acres, 40% contained


37 Fire, Sonoma County

Hwy 37 & Lakeville Highway near Skaggs Island

·         1,660 acres, 90% contained


Silver Fire, Fresno County NEW

Northwest of Squaw Valley

  • 50 acres, 40% contained


Ridge Fire, Lake County FINAL

west of Indian Valley Reservoir

  • 87 acres, 100% contained


**Unified Command Incidents**


  • In unified command with Santa Rosa Fire Department
  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Tubbs Fire, Sonoma and Napa Counties (more info…)

Between Calistoga and Santa Rosa

  • 34,270 acres, 10% contained
  • Significant number of structures destroyed

Pocket Fire, Sonoma County

Pocket Ranch Rd and Ridge Ranch Rd, Geyserville

  • 8,130 acres



Canyon 2 Fire, Orange County (more info…)

Hwy 91 & Gypsum Canyon Rd, Anaheim City

  • 9,217 acres, 60% contained
  • Unified command with CAL FIRE, Orange County, Anaheim and City of Orange


**Federal Incidents**

Ice FireEl Dorado County (more info…)

13 miles east of Camino

US Forest Service – El Dorado National Forest

  • 30 acres, 75% contained
  • CAL FIRE is assisting