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Roseville Air Quality Impacted by County Fire

Roseville, CA- Smoke has moved into Roseville and South Placer County from what officials have dubbed the “County Fire”.  Evacuations orders and information is posted below.

The fire that is bringing smoke to our area is burning in parts of Yolo, Napa and Lake County. The blaze has expanded to over 82,000 acres as of this morning and firefighters currently have the fire at 25% containment.

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Cal Fire Incident Updates

(this will be updated regularly)

July 04, 2018 7:22 am
Date/Time Started: June 30, 2018 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Sonoma- Lake Napa Unit
County: Lake County,Napa County,Yolo County
Location: County Road 63 and Highway 16, Rumsey Canyon
Acres Burned – Containment: 82,700 acres – 25% contained

Evacuations: Mandatory evacuations:

Residences served by Highway 128, between Monticello Dam and Pleasants Valley Road.
West of State Highway 16 to Berryessa Knoxville Road.
South of Old County Road 40.
North of County Road 53

Evacuation Advisory:

North of Quail Canyon Road.
South of Highway 128.
East of the Blue Ridge mountains.
West of Pleasant Valley Road.
East of Capell Valley Road.
North of State Highway 128 from Capell Valley Road, East to the Napa County line.
For questions regarding Yolo County evacuations or advisories, please dial 2-1-1
Napa County residents can text their zip code to 888777 for updates.

Evacuation center

Guinda Grange Hall in the Community of Guinda 16487 Forest Ave. Guinda, CA 95637

Road Closures

Northbound County Road 87 from Highway 128. Berryessa Knoxville Road, from the Pope Creek Bridge to the Napa/Lake County line. Eastbound Highway 128 at Markley Resort. Westbound Highway 128 at Pleasants Valley Road.

Total Fire Personnel: 2,894
Total Fire Engines: 283
Total Fire Crews: 68
Total Helicopters: 18
Total Dozers: 73
Total Water Tenders: 32


Firefighters worked aggressively through the night to build containment lines around the County Fire. Steep and inaccessible terrain has created difficulty for ?firefighters on the Northern end of the fire. Winds and dry vegetation still have the potential to fuel fire growth. State Highway 128, between Markley Cove Resort an Pleasants Valley Road, will remain closed due to the threat of debris rolling into the roadway.

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