Smoke in Roseville

Roseville and Placer Region Impacted by Smoke

Roseville, CA-  Local residents in Roseville and surrounding communities stepped outside this morning to uncharacteristically smoke-filled skies. The Camp Fire in Butte County is the culprit. The town of Paradise has been destroyed with over 6,400 homes destroyed.

A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low relative humidity.

At one point, the blaze was estimated to be burning an estimated 1 square mile every 8 minutes. The fast moving blaze has plenty of fuel as Northern California is experiencing an above average dry start to the rainy season. Daytime temperatures have been hovering well above average.

Despite the poor conditions, Placer and Sacramento Air Quality Management Districts are still reporting good air quality. Use caution.

Cal Fire Updates

Camp Fire Incident Information

  • Last Updated: November 14, 2018
  • Date/Time Started: November 08, 2018
  • Butte County Location: Pulga Road at Camp Creek Road near Jarbo Gap
  • Acres Burned: 135,000 acres / 35% Contained
  • Homes Destroyed: 6,450+
  • Total Fire Personnel: 5,000+
  • Evacuations: Evacuation orders established for Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Canyon and Butte Valley

Follow Butte County Sheriff’s Office on Twitter for the latest evacuation information.

Road Closures: Multiple road closures to include Hwy 70, Skyway, Hwy 191 and Pentz Road Long/Lat: -121.434700/39.813400 Conditions:

A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low relative humidity.