- Incident Name: Canyon 2, Orange County
- State: CA
- Lead Agency: ORC
- Size (acres): 9,217
- Percent Contained: 100%
- Estimate of Containment: October 17, 2017
- Personnel: 1,201
- Structures Destroyed: 25
Canyon 2, Orange County Fire Department. Eleven miles east of Anaheim, CA. Chaparral and short grass. Minimal fire behavior. Numerous residences threatened. Evacuations, road and area closures in effect.
October 13, 2017 at 8:44 AM
All evacuation orders lifted
SB 241 re-opened
October 10, 2017 at 9:14 AM
Focus overnight was on the fire’s east edge near the Cleveland National Forest.
All mandatory evacuations remain in place.
No new evacuations issued and no new immediate threats to neighborhoods.
Anaheim evacuation area remains unchanged: east of Serrano, north of Nohl Ranch, south of 91 freeway, west of 241 freeway. Residents south of Walnut Creek Reservoir should be ready to leave if the fire spreads.
City of Orange mandatory evacuations: Orange Park Acres, Santiago Canyon Road East of Cannon.
City of Tustin mandatory evacuations: Jamboree and Tustin Ranch Road (north of Pioneer).
City of Irvine: no current evacuations
1,100 firefighters are working fire. Number to grow this morning.
14 helicopters, six planes.
Watching for shift in winds this morning that could expand fire or push toward neighborhoods in Anaheim Hills, Orange and Tustin.
91 freeway open all but one eastbound lane.
241 closed entirely until further notice.
Best estimation: about a dozen east Anaheim homes have been destroyed and an additional seven have suffered fire damage.
In east Anaheim, we are watching for a shift in winds in the early morning hours, in a west to northwest direction.