Kincade, Sonoma County

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  • Incident Name: Kincade, Sonoma County
  • State: CA
  • Lead Agency: LNU
  • Size (acres): 77,758
  • Percent Contained: 100%
  • Estimate of Containment: November 7, 2019
  • Personnel: 55
  • Structures Destroyed: 374

Kincade, Sonoma-Lake Napa Unit, Cal Fire. IMT 1 (Cal Fire Team 6). Ten miles northeast of Geyserville, CA. Timber, chaparral and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Several communities and energy infrastructure threatened. Area and road closures in effect.

November 6, 2019 at 7:28 AM

Mop up and patrol will continue to reinforce control lines. Unified Command in place with CAL FIRE, Sonoma County SO & FD, Santa Rosa FD, Healdsburg FD & PD and Forestville FD.

November 5, 2019 at 7:18 AM

All evacuations have been lifted at this time; however, the Sonoma County Public Health Order is still in place. For any inquiries about this health order, please visit https://tinyurl.com/sonomacountypublichealthorder.

The County of Sonoma is also working to establish processes for safe debris removal. For more information on the recovery process: Call 211

November 4, 2019 at 6:14 PM

Sonoma County: All evacuation warnings have been lifted and all checkpoints removed.

November 3, 2019 at 6:55 PM

Road closures continue for the fire area. Evacuation orders have been lifted, with repopulation of residents complete. Threat remains to private residences, commercial properties, critical water and power infrastructure as well as communication infrastructure on Mount St. Helena. Unified Command in place with CAL FIRE, Sonoma County SO & FD, Santa Rosa FD, Healdsburg FD & PD and Forestville FD.

November 3, 2019 at 9:38 AM

No acreage growth overnight as personnel continue to make good headway in their fire fighting efforts. Because of this progress, repopulation planning efforts are ongoing and the field damage inspection process is 100% complete. Crews will continue their progress as they mop up and construct more control lines.

November 2, 2019 at 3:08 PM

NO RESTRICTIONS
The evacuation warning is lifted in Zone 1B:
Area north of but not including Pine Flat Road, Dillingham Road, Socrates Mine Road, to the northern boundary of Zone 1B and East of Highway 128 to the Lake County Line.

The evacuation order is lifted in the NEW Zone 5C:
Zone 5C: Areas to the south and east of Shiloh Meadow Road, including Mark West
Springs Road, Porter Creek Road, and Loch Haven Drive and east of Calistoga Road. Shiloh Ridge Road, Leslie Road, and Franz Valley Road are not included and are still under evacuation order.

INSTRUCTIONS
More burn areas are open today. Read these instructions carefully.
Before returning home or checking on your burned property, you must check in with County staff. Check in at the Geyserville Park & Ride on Remmel Road at Bosch Road, at Medlock Ames Tasting Room at 3487 Alexander Valley Road, or at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park at 5750 Faught Road. Only residents and business workers are allowed for at least the first 24 hours.
At these check in locations, County staff will verify you’re a resident or business worker and give you a pass to get through the checkpoints. If your property is in the burn area, you’ll receive personal protective equipment that’s required to enter the burn area. The burn area is under a Public Health Order due to health hazards created by the fire.

November 2, 2019 at 8:17 AM

No acreage growth overnight as fire personnel made good headway in their fire fighting efforts. Because of this progress, repopulation planning efforts are ongoing. Access to the northern part of the fire remains challenging due to steep terrain and narrow roads. Crews will continue their progress as they mop up and construct more control lines.

Demobilization of excess resources will continue. Threat remains to private residences, commercial properties, critical water and power infrastructure as well as communication infrastructure on Mount St. Helena. Unified Command in place with CAL FIRE, Sonoma County SO & FD, Santa Rosa FD, Healdsburg FD & PD and Forestville FD.

November 1, 2019 at 7:55 AM

First Responder Injuries: 4
Structures Threatened: 1,630
Structures Destroyed: 352
Structures Damaged: 55

Fire personnel made good headway in their fire fighting efforts overnight. Because of this progress, repopulation planning efforts are still underway. Access to the northern part of the fire remains challenging because of steep terrain and narrow roads, but firefighters will continue to build on the headway they have been making with even more control lines being established.

October 31, 2019 at 9:25 PM

Fire personnel made good headway in their fire fighting efforts today due to lighter winds. Because of this progress, repopulation planning efforts are still underway. Access to the northern part of the fire remains challenging because of steep terrain and narrow roads, but firefighters will continue to build on the progress they made today with even more control lines being established.

Activity has diminished to isolated areas of heavy and downed fuels. Road closures continue for the fire area. There are approximately 3,000 people that remain evacuated. Many areas adjacent to the fire still continue to be at risk. Threat remains to Mount St. Helena communication site, multiple geothermal power generation units and power transmission lines. Unified Command in place with CAL FIRE, Sonoma County SO & FD, Santa Rosa FD, Healdsburg FD & PD and Forestville FD.

October 31, 2019 at 7:44 AM

Fire personnel made good progress in their fire fighting efforts overnight due to favorable weather conditions. Access to the northern part of the fire remains challenging because of steep terrain and narrow roads, but firefighters will continue to build on the progress they made today with even more control lines being established.

First Responder Injuries: 4

Structures Threatened: 90,015

October 30, 2019 at 6:49 PM

Fire behavior remained active today with fuel moistures at critically low levels. Road closure continues for Hwy 128 and heavy restriction on Hwy 101. Significant re-population for the city of Santa Rosa,Windsor and Healdsburg occurred today. Many areas remain under evacuations orders and warnings. There are currently 59,980 people evacuated.

This is an update on evacuation orders and warnings from the Kincade Fire.

NO RESTRICTIONS
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office is lifting the evacuation orders and warnings in the following areas.

  • Zone 7 (west county and the coast)
  • Zone 4A (northern Dry Creek Valley)
  • Zone 8B (Sebastopol and south). The boundaries are everything north of Occidental Road, south of River Road, east of Highway 116, and the unincorporated properties west of Fulton Road. This includes the Santa Rosa Country Club and Olivet/Piner areas.
  • All City of Santa Rosa warning areas: Zone 9, Zone 10, and the portion of Zone 6 that is within Santa Rosa city limits. Santa Rosa residents, read the Santa Rosa Police Department’s Nixle at: https://local.nixle.com/santa-rosa-police-department.

DOWNGRADED TO EVACUATION WARNING
The following areas are downgraded from evacuation order to evacuation warning.  This means you can return home now at your own risk.  These areas are still at risk from the Kincade Fire. We recommend you stay home for the day once you arrive.  There’s going to be a lot of traffic and our priority is getting everyone home safely.

Residents of properties that are close to the burn area will need to show ID at a checkpoint so we can keep the burn area closed.  Only residents will be allowed through checkpoints, which are listed near the end of this Nixle. If you don’t pass a checkpoint, you don’t need to check in with anyone or need an escort.

The entire Town of Windsor, the entire City of Healdsburg, and the remainder of City of Santa Rosa are downgraded to an evacuation warning.
Windsor residents – read the instructions in this Nixle.
Healdsburg residents – read the City of Healdsburg’s Nixle at https://local.nixle.com/city-of-healdsburg/.

All of the burn area is still closed.

AREAS DOWNGRADED TO EVACUATION WARNING
PORTION OF ZONE 1
The portion of Zone 1 that is south of Canyon Road, north of Alexander Valley Road, west of Highway 128, east of Highway 101. This includes the portion of Geyserville that is west of Highway 128.

ZONE 3 – WINDSOR AND HEALDSBURG
Everything south of Alexander Valley Road, east of Highway 101, west of Highway 128, north of Windsor’s southern limits, and northwest of the burn area. This includes:

  • City of Healdsburg
  • Town of Windsor
  • Limerick Lane neighborhood
  • Bailhache

REMAINDER OF ZONE 4
This is everything west of Highway 101, south of Westside Road at Mill Creek Road, north of River Road, and west of Zone 7. It includes the airport.

PORTION OF ZONE 5
The portion of Zone 6 in the County (unincorporated) and the southern portion of Zone 5. The boundaries are everything east of Highway 101 and Fulton Road, west of Redwood Hill Road at Mark West Springs Road, north of Wood Road and Dennis Lane, and south of East Shiloh Road and the burn area.

ZONE 6
The portion of Zone 6 in the County (unincorporated). This is property west of the Sonoma/Napa County line, north of Santa Rosa city limits, and south of Zone 5.  This includes:

  • Larkfield/Wikiup
  • Riebli
  • Los Alamos area
  • Alpine Club

CHECKPOINTS
Checkpoints are located at the following locations.  Only residents are allowed past checkpoints. You must show ID.

  • River Road and Highway 128
  • Highway 128 and Geysers Road
  • Highway 128 and Pine Flat Road
  • Highway 128 and Castelli Lane
  • Limerick Lane at Los Amigos Road
  • Chalk Hill Road at Pleasant Avenue
  • Faught Road at Shiloh Ridge Road
  • Mark West Springs Road at Cross Creek Road
  • Petrified Forest Road at Porter Creek Road
  • Petrified Forest Road at Franz Valley Road
  • Toyon Drive at Buckeye Trail
  • Highway 128 at Machado Road
  • Faught Road at Carriage Lane

October 30, 2019 at 7:05 AM

The eastern part of the fire was active overnight, but firefighters continued to make forward progress, as a whole. Access to the northern part of the fire remains challenging because of steep terrain and narrow roads. A Red Flag warning continues through this afternoon. Firefighters will continue to mitigate structure threats and find opportunities construct more control lines.

Structures Threatened: 90,015


October 29, 2019 at 8:46 AM

Favorable weather conditions will enhance firefighting efforts in the morning while narrow roads and steep terrain are still making access to the fire areas difficult. Weather predictions show Northeast wind gusts picking up this evening. Firefighters will continue to mitigate structure threats and find opportunities construct more control lines.

October 28, 2019 at 6:33 PM

The EVACUATION WARNING related to the Kincade Fire is being expanded to include all residents in the Middletown area south of Butts Canyon Road and Highway 175 to the Napa/Sonoma County lines. This includes all roads off Highway 175 between Middletown and McKinley Drive as well as all of Butts Canyon Road including side streets. The evacuation warning for the Cobb Mountain area remains in effect. We are asking everyone to take preparations in the event that a mandatory evacuation order is issued. Preparations should include gathering all medications, important documents, making plans for pets, and notifying family members where you may be going. Those requiring additional time to evacuate or those with pets or livestock should leave the area as soon as possible. During a mandatory evacuation, it will be extremely hectic and traffic conditions will be very congested. By evacuating early, you do yo ur part in keeping yourself, your neighbors, and our first responders safe. This is not an evacuation order and is only a warning

October 28, 2019 at 6:32 PM

Fire behavior remained active as a wind shift pushed the fire towards the Lake and Napa County Lines. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect through 1100 on 10/28. Evacuations orders and warnings remain in place for the cities of Geyserville, Healdsburg, Windsor, Guerneville, Jenner, Bodega Bay, Mark West Springs,Sebastopol, the City of Santa Rosa and numerous smaller communities. Approximately 189,980 people remain evacuated. Potential for the fire to impact densely populated areas remain. There is a threat to power-lines, geothermal power generation units,communication infrastructure,critical watershed and local community water delivery systems. Hwy 101 has restrictions and Hwy 128 is still closed. Unified Command with Cal Fire, Sonoma County SO & FD, Santa Rosa FD, Healdsburg FD & PD, and Forestville FD.

October 28, 2019 at 2:32 PM

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office is downgrading the following areas from evacuation order to evacuation warning. This means that you can return home now at your own risk. This area is still at risk from the Kincade Fire, and much of this area does not have power or natural gas due to the power shutoff. Remember, if you hear the hi-lo sirens, it’s time to evacuate. There will still be more peace officers in your neighborhood. You do not need to check in with anyone and you do not need a peace officer escort.

ZONE 7
Zone 7 is downgraded to evacuation warning. This is west county, including the following communities:

Jenner
Bodega Bay
Bodega
Occidental
Monte Rio
Rio Nido
Duncans Mills
Cazadero
Guerneville
Forestville
Graton (west of Highway 116 only)

The following road closure are in effect:

Occidental Road at Highway 116 – no eastbound traffic
Highway 116 at Frei Road – no eastbound traffic
Highway 116 at Mueller Road – no northbound traffic
Highway 116 at Guerneville Road – no eastbound traffic
River Road at Trenton Road – no eastbound traffic
Westside Road at Barnes Road – no northbound traffic
Trenton-Healdsburg Road at Eastside Road – no northbound or eastbound traffic
Guerneville Road at Frei Road – no eastbound traffic
Highway 116 at Green Valley Road – no eastbound traffic

PORTION OF ZONE 8
The portion of Zone 8 south of Occidental Road, which includes the following communities, is downgraded to evacuation warning.

Sebastopol
Twin Hills
Western unincorporated Santa Rosa

The portion of Zone 8 north of Occidental Road is still under mandatory evacuation order; this includes the Santa Rosa Country Club and Olivet/Piner areas.

To see if your address is evacuated, use the online, up-to-date evacuation map for Sonoma County available at https://tinyurl.com/sonomacountymap. If you have any questions, call 2-1-1.

October 28, 2019 at 7:47 AM

A Red Flag warning will continue through Monday morning. 40-50 mph wind gusts are still a possibility throughout the evening while narrow roads and steep terrain are making access to the fire areas very difficult. These Northeast winds coupled with low humidity create critical fire weather conditions. Firefighters will continue to mitigate structure threats and find opportunities construct control lines.

EVACUATION ORDERS:
Zone 1: Ida Clayton Road, (which includes residents on Ida Clayton Road) North to
Highland Ranch Road at Campbell Road, East of the 101 between Asti Road &
Alexander Valley Road, to the Mendocino & Lake County Line, including Lakeview
Road & extending South along the Lake & Sonoma County Line to Ida Clayton Road.
Zone 2: Hwy 128 North Knights Valley Area to the Napa County Line
Zone3: Hwy 101 Corridor from Geyserville South through the town of Windsor,
including the entire city of Healdsburg and the town of Windsor & all areas East to
Chalk Hill Road area
Zone 4: The Dry Creek Valley West to Forestville
Zone 5: Larkfield and Mark West Drainage
Zone 6: Calistoga Road/Petrified Forest Road to the Sonoma & Napa County Line
Zone 7: All areas West of Healdsburg and Windsor. Throughout the Russian River
Valley to Bodega Bay
Zone 8: West of Fulton, Graton South to Hessel
Zone 9: The city of Santa Rosa, including all areas East of the Western City limit,
North of Guerneville Road, Steele Lane, Lewis Road, & Chanate Road to Montecito
Avenue to Montecito Boulevard to Calistoga Road, North to the city limit
Zone 10: All areas within in the city North of Highway 12 West of Highway 101

EVACUATION WARNINGS:
Zone 21: City of Calistoga and Napa County North of Diamond Mountain Road to
Dunaweal Lane. East of the Sonoma County/Napa County Line. South of the Lake
County/Napa County Line. West of Pickett Road
To view the interactive map for your country please visit the following sites:
Sonoma County
http://tinyurl.com/sonomacountymap
Napa County
http://tinyurl.com/napacountymap

October 27, 2019 at 7:30 PM

A Red Flag warning will continue through Monday morning. 40-50 mph wind gusts are still a possibility throughout the evening while narrow roads and steep terrain are making access to the fire areas very difficult. These Northeast winds coupled with low humidity create critical fire weather conditions. Firefighters will continue to mitigate structure threats and find opportunities construct control lines.

October 27, 2019 at 12:57 PM

An Evacuation Advisory has been issued for the City of Calistoga and surrounding areas per these coordinates:

North of Diamond Mountain Road to Dunaweal Lane

East of Sonoma County Line

South of Lake County Line

West of Pickett Road

Map: http://arcg.is/1mPSLi

This advisory includes Oat Hill Road and Livermore Road at the Napa and Lake County line

The California Highway Patrol has named this area “Zone 21.”

An evacuation advisory is a precautionary notice to give the public time to prepare for a possible evacuation. If you have special needs or livestock that needs transporting, you may want to consider leaving now.

October 27, 2019 at 11:45 AM

Alameda Fairgrounds: Now accepting animals of all sizes. No evacuees.

October 27, 2019 at 11:32 AM

Sonoma County Sheriff: If you are in the area between Windsor and Healdsburg near Milk Barn Rd and Limerick Ln EVACUATE NOW.
Firefighters are engaged in spot fires in the Milk Barn Rd area, Limerick Ln area, Hillview Ln. and Arata Ln area. Large If you have not evacuated, you NEED to do so now!

October 27, 2019 at 10:01 AM

The fire experienced extreme fire behavior overnight with wind driven runs and long range spotting. The fire is burning in a remote location with steep terrain that is hampering control efforts. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for dangerously strong off shore winds and low humidity within the fire area. Evacuations orders and warnings are in place and have recently been significantly expanded in size. Approximately 120,000 people live within the evacuation areas. Potential for the fire to impact densely populated areas remains. There is a threat to power-lines, geothermal power generation units,communication infrastructure,critical watershed and local community water delivery systems. Significant restrictions in place for Hwy. 101. Hwy. 128 remains closed with additional road closures anticipated. Damage inspections are approximately 40% complete.

October 27, 2019 at 3:56 AM

Evacuation Zone 8 is now a mandatory evacuation area.This area is generally described as all areas west of Fulton Road, Llano Road, Pepper Road to the Marin County Line. Zone 8 includes Sebastopol, Bloomfield and Valley Ford.

October 27, 2019 at 2:06 AM

October 27, 2019 at 1:48 AM

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital is evacuated. For emergency services, Sutter patients should go to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital.

Kaiser Santa Rosa is still accepting patients in need of emergency services.

October 27, 2019 at 1:42 AM

An evacuation Warning has been issued for the City of Santa Rosa. This includes all areas starting East of the western side of the City, North of Guerneville Road, Steele Lane, Lewis Road, and Chanate Road, to Montecito Avenue to Montecito Boulevard to Calistoga Road, North to the city limit.

Additionally, Evacuation Warning has been issued for all areas west of Fulton Road, Llano Road, and Pepper Road to the Marin County Line.

Evacuation Centers are located at the Santa Rosa Vets Hall, Finley Center and the Petaluma Fairgrounds
PG&E has shutoff power in most of Sonoma County. A prolonged outage may reduce our ability to warn you in the event of an emergency. This is an Evacuation warning, prepare to evacuate. If you feel in danger evacuate.

October 26, 2019 at 8:25 PM

This is the mandatory evacuation order announced at the press conference. Everyone west of Sebastopol, north of Bodega Highway, and south of Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Road must leave. This is a large area. See the map to confirm if you are under evacuation orders. It includes these communities:

Dry Creek Valley
Mark West/Larkfield area
Fulton
Forestville
Guerneville
Occidental
Jenner
Bodega Bay

If you can’t evacuate due to medical conditions or advanced age, call 911 for help. If you have questions, call 211 or visit socoemergency.org. Follow the Sheriff’s Office on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.

October 26, 2019 at 1:05 PM

EVACUATION WARNING
These areas are under an evacuation warning.  This means you need to be ready to evacuate.  This is a large area. See the map to confirm if you are under an evacuation warning. If you feel unsafe, evacuate.
Zone 4- The Dry Creek Valley west to Forestville.
Zone 5- Larkfield and Mark West Drainage.
NEW Zone 7 – West of Sebastopol to the coast, north of Bodega Highway, and south of Stewarts Point/Skaggs Springs Road.

October 26, 2019 at 12:53 PM Civil Emergency Message by Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office

An Evacuation Order has been issued for the City of Healdsburg, the Town of Windsor, and surrounding unincorporated areas. This includes Highway 128 from North Knights Valley area to the Napa County line. The Highway 101 corridor from Geyserville south through the Town of Windsor. The entire city of Healdsburg, the Town Of Windsor, and all areas east of Chalk Hill Road area. You must leave before 4 pm this afternoon October 26. Please drive south. Evacuation Centers are located at the Santa Rosa Vets Hall, the Petaluma Fairgrounds, and the Petaluma Vets Hall.

An Evacuation Warning has been issued for the following areas. Dry Creek Valley, Mark West, Larkfield Area, Fulton, Forestville, Guerneville, Occidental, Jenner, Bodega Bay. this includes all areas west of Sebastopol, north of bodega highway, and south of Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Road. Pacific Gas and Electric is expected to shutoff power in most of Sonoma County today. a prolonged outage may r educe our ability to warn you in the event of an emergency. Prepare to evacuate. If you feel in danger evacuate. For more information visit: www dot ess o c o emergency dot org

* AFFECTED AREAS: SONOMA, CA

October 26, 2019 at 11:57 AM

An evacuation order has been issued for the City of Healdsburg, the Town of Windsor, and surrounding unincorporated areas. You must leave before 4 pm this afternoon 10/26.

Please drive south. Evacuation Centers are located at the Santa Rosa Vets Hall, the Petaluma Fairgrounds, and the Petaluma Vets Hall. The closest evacuation center is located at the Santa Rosa Veterans Hall

Se emitió una orden de evacuación para la Ciudad de Healdsburg, el Pueblo de Windsor y sus áreas rurales cercanas. Debe salir antes de las 4PM de hoy 10/26.

Por favor maneje hacia el sur. Centros de evacuación incluyen el Edificio de Veteranos de Santa Rosa, Terrenos de la feria de Petaluma y edificio de Veteranos de Petaluma.

 

  • Evacuation Centers
    • Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building – 1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
    • Petaluma Veterans Building – 1094 Petaluma Blvd S, Petaluma, CA 94952
    • Petaluma Fairgrounds – 100 Fairgrounds Dr, Petaluma, CA 94952
    • Sonoma County Fairgrounds – 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa
      • This is currently open to large animals only.
  • Need Assistance?
    • Call 2-1-1 for non-emergency questions and resources, or text the keywords “SOCO DISASTER” to 898211 for updates on evacuation areas, shelter locations, power shutoffs, mental health resources and other disaster information.
    • Call 911 only if you need immediate assistance.

October 25, 2019 at 8:01 PM

An evacuation warning is being issued at this time for residents of Cobb Mountain and some surrounding communities. Those residents living in the Adams Springs, Hobergs, Cobb, Whispering Pines, Gifford Springs, Anderson Springs and those residents living on Ford Flat Road and Socrates Mine Road are under the evacuation warning.

October 25, 2019 at 6:45 PM

Evacuations orders and warnings remain in place. There is a threat to power-lines, geothermal power generation units,communication infrastructure,critical watershed and local community water delivery systems. Hwy 128 remains closed in the fire area. 21 residences and 28 minor structures are confirmed destroyed, damage inspections are approximately 25% complete. Cal Fire IMT #6 is in command of the incident.

October 25, 2019 at 9:37 AM

CAL FIRE along with multiple local government agencies continue to mitigate structure threat and construct control line. The fire is burning in remote steep terrain making access difficult and slow due to narrow roads.

Evacuations: Town of Geyserville, Cloverdale Geysers Rd, Geysers Rd, Red Winery Rd, Alexander Mountain Rd, Pine Flat Rd, All roads east of Hwy 128 to Geyserville.

Evacuation Center(s): Healdsburg Community Center, Sonoma County Fair Grounds

Road Closures: All roads east of Hwy 101 in the Geyserville area.

October 24, 2019 at 7:06 PM

The fire is in a remote location with steep terrain.. Evacuations orders and warnings remain in place. There is a threat to power-lines, communication infrastructure, and the Geyser Peak Communication Tower. Hwy 128 has been closed in the area. Cal Fire IMT #6 will assume command tomorrow morning at 0700.

October 24, 2019 at 5:59 PM

October 24, 2019 at 5:40 PM

Today, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) filed an Electric Incident Report with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) related to the Kincade Fire. Read the full release: https://yubanet.com/california/electric-incident-report-filed-by-pge-with-cpuc-in-response-to-kincade-fire/

October 24, 2019 at 11:19 AM

Per Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office – The community of Geyserville is now under evacuation order. The Kincade Fire has crossed Highway 128 near Moody Lane and is heading west. If you’re in Geyserville, leave now. Head south to evacuation centers at Healdsburg Community Center or Sonoma County Fairgrounds. All other evacuation orders and warnings remain in place.

Evacuations: Cloverdale Geysers Rd, Geysers Rd, Red Winery Rd, Alexander Mountain Rd, Pine Flat Rd, All roads east of Hwy 128 to Geyserville.

Evacuation Center: Healdsburg Community Center or Sonoma County Fairgrounds.

Road Closures:Cloverdale Geysers Rd, Geyser Rd, Red Winery Rd, Alexander Mountain Rd, Pine Flat Rd, All roads east of Hwy 128 to Geyserville.

October 24, 2019 at 6:22 AM

CAL FIRE and multiple local government agencies are on scene of a wind driven grass and brush fire with a north east wind in the area of the Geysers. Structures and powerlines threatened, long range spotting observed. Structure damage assessments will begin today.

Evacuations:
Cloverdale Geysers Rd, Geysers Rd, Red Winery Rd, Alexander Mountain Rd, Pine Flat Rd, All roads east of Hwy 128 to Geyserville.

Evacuation Center(s):
Windsor High School

Road Closures:
Cloverdale Geysers Rd, Geyser Rd, Red Winery Rd, Alexander Mountain Rd, Pine Flat Rd, All roads east of Hwy 128 to Geyserville.