The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has established a Virtual Disaster Loan Outreach Center to help homeowners and renters. Here is the morning update for the #SoledadFire. #RT @CAL_FIRE: No longer in unified command: #SodaFire off Soda Lake Rd and Culver City Rd, California Valley in San Luis Obispo is 125 acres and 75% contained. This fire was first reported on June 12 in Fresno County and the cause is under investigation, Cal Fire reported. This map is designed to: Allow the user to browse current conditions This fire started July 7 on Brandon Road in El Dorado County. This is an active disaster. This fire started July 6 in Solano County. As of July 7, it was 67 acres and 80% contained, located in Fresno County east of Squaw Valley near King Canyon Road and Dunlap Road. The CALIFORNIA FIRE SAFE COUNCIL (CFSC) helps regional, state, and national organizations in order to help California residents acquire the education, resources, and tools they need to be better prepared for wildfire.
You may need to click “OK” before you can see the full map below, and you may need to click the “x” on the upper right to get rid of the legend. According to Cal Fire, the Crews Fire was 5,400 acres and 20% contained as of July …
Crews will work through the day scouting for any potential flare-ups, while performing mop-up of hot spots and holding containment lines.”. — Michael McGauley (@McGauley2) July 7, 2020. This map below is one of the more detailed fire maps for California.
As of July 5, Inciweb noted that the cause was under investigation and it was 65 acres and 50% contained. Translated into 27 languages, the "Help After a Disaster" brochure is a tool that can be shared in your community to help people understand the types of FEMA Individual Assistance support that may be available in disaster recovery.
This map is updated every weekday morning, so it’s not always the best for emergency planning but is still informative. This fire started July 7 in Colusa County near Fouts Springs, southwest of Stonyford. Story on @kcranews 10p/11p pic.twitter.com/kRCG1W6TKA, — Melanie Wingo | KCRA (@MelWingoKCRA) July 7, 2020. Visitors can register for FEMA assistance, check the status of their applications, find information about programs and agencies that can help speed their recovery, and receive answers to questions, review information within their determination letter from FEMA or finding out whether they can still receive assistance if they have insurance. Firewatch’s combo display, IR/Topo, shows one corner of the battle & steepness of the rugged terrain. The fire’s cause is under investigation. The cause is under investigation. All inspections will be conducted by phone due to COVID-19 and the need to protect the safety and health of our workforce and survivors. Fire behavior is minimal with scattered oak fuels burning down well into the interior of the burn area.”. Below is an auto-updated map of the Crew Fire provided by Mapping Support. Click links in upper left corner for more information.” See the full map. You may need to verify your identity or complete a home inspection. The fire’s in Los Angeles County, north of Santa Clarita, near Spring Canyon Road and Anthony Road. pic.twitter.com/I0jhUeGtiy, — CAL FIRE SCU (@calfireSCU) July 7, 2020. The map is here. The Hog Fire was last updated on Inciweb on June 15 when it was 533 acres and 95% contained. Fires have burned 1.3 million acres of California’s forests over the last month. In Shingles Springs. Click links in upper left corner for more information.” See the full map here. Many are out, and a 15-acre fire has been 100% contained and is almost out. Customer service representatives are available to assist business owners and individuals to answer questions about SBA’s disaster loan program, explain the application process and help each person complete their electronic loan application. More information will be provided as it becomes available. A number of interactive fire maps below can help you stay updated on the latest details about California fires. Burned grass on Nelson Hill off of Sierra Ct. in Fairfield.
It’s in Trinity County near Highway 299W and Mill Creek Road, southeast of Burnt Ranch. Full ground and air resources are assigned. Here are the latest updates on fires in California as of July 7. with MODIS and VIIRS satellite hotspots. The Crews Fire in California started on July 5 and grew rapidly. As of July 7, it’s 1,498 acres in size and 68% contained. Individual and Households Program: Remote Inspections, FEMA Assistance for Fire Damaged Septic Systems and Wells, Tips for Wildfire Survivors to Speed FEMA assistance, Mobile Registration Intake Center Open in Tulare County, Total Housing Assistance (HA) - Dollars Approved, Total Other Needs Assistance (ONA) - Dollars Approved, Individual Assistance Applications Approved, Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - Dollars Obligated. According to Cal Fire, the Crews Fire was 5,400 acres and 20% contained as of July 7. The public information line for the fire is 530-645-9663.
For future updates see lead agencies @Fairfieldfire and Cordelia Fire Protection District.
You can see the full map here. Another helpful interactive map is provided here from Ca.gov. The cause has not yet been determined. Evacuation orders lifted for families in The Ranch community, but, woah did it get close to their homes!Sound on for wind effects.
However, it’s still listed as active on CalFire’s map. ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. @24_7_News @NBCNewsRadio. It is still listed as active on Inciweb’s map. It’s in the Los Padres National Forest on Plaskett Ridge Road about 1 1/2 miles from Highway 1. It’s 15 acres and 10% contained. #KingsFire [Update] Firefighters continue to gain ground – 67 acres and 80% contained. Containment has grown to 68% overnight. The cause is unknown. Inciweb If you have uninsured or underinsured losses from the recent California wildfires and have registered with the FEMA, the next step is the home inspection. Satellite data is *always* several hours old and locations are approximate.
Remote Inspections. Outstanding work!
Satellite data is *always* several hours old and locations are approximate. Here’s a look at the latest wildfires in California on July 7. Evacuations are issued from Highway 152 north to Gilroy Hot Springs and southeast to Prunedale Ave. An Evacuation Center is at the Gilroy Senior Center, 7371 Hanna Street, Gilroy, CA 95020. You will receive notification letters from FEMA either by U.S. mail or by electronic correspondence.
It’s located southwest of Fairfield near Mountain Meadows Drive and Cedar Creek Court.
The fire had little forward progress last night however, gusty winds this afternoon will create the potential for significant runs. One firefighter suffered a minor injury while working on the fire line yesterday. This fire is 10 acres and 100% contained according to Inciweb as of June 19. It’s east of Rodeo in Contra Costa County near California Street and Springwood Street. No longer in unified command: #MountainMeadowFire off of Mountain Meadows Drive and Cedar Creek Court, Southwest of Fairfield in Solano County is 50 acres. 7,860 fires burned a total of 259,823 acres. #BrandonFire #CALFIREAEU #FireSeason2020 pic.twitter.com/4cB4CjOTqk, — CAL FIRE AEU (@CALFIREAEU) July 7, 2020. The fire’s in San Luis Obispo County in California Valley, near Soda Lake Road and Culver City Road. @MendocinoNF pic.twitter.com/XWcPElYgjz. It started on June 13 and was caused by human activity.