Orange County Silverado Fire All Evacuation Orders Lifted Thursday October 29 2020
Orange County Silverado Fire Updates for Thursday October 29 2020.
Orange County will experience unhealthy air quality due to the #SilveradoFire.
All Silverado Fire Evacuation Orders and Warnings Are Lifted
Most Evacuation Orders and Warnings Lifted on October 29 2020 at 11:00am
Cal Fire reports that Firefighters worked thru the night (Wednesday October 28 2020) mopping-up and bolstering lines.
Crews will take advantage of favorable conditions today (Thursday October 29 2020) to build additional line, mop-up and patrol the perimeter.
All Orange County Residents that were Evacuated or Warned to Evacuate are allowed to return home.
The Fire has affected Orange County Residents in Santiago Canyon/Irvine/Foothill Ranch/Irvine/Lake Forest.
130,000 Orange County Residents were evacuated during the Silverado Fire. (OCSD)
Aerial shots of the #SilveradoFire showing the burn scars and how close some of the flames came to Orange County homes. Great work done by air and ground crews keeping this fire from damaging any structures. pic.twitter.com/6F1lO8olgD
— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) October 28, 2020
Silverado Fire Updates on Thursday October 29 2020
Last Updated at 12:00pm Thursday October 29 2020
11:00am: Cal Fire Reports that All Evacuation Orders and Warnings Are Lifted
7:00am: Cal Fire Silverado Fire Update
Current containment is at 40% and 13,390 acres have burned and currently 1553 Structures are threatened in Orange County Silverado Area.
Firefighters worked thru the night mopping-up and bolstering lines.
Crews will take advantage of favorable conditions today to build additional line, mop-up and patrol the perimeter.
Silverado Fire Origin
The Silverado Fire started at the break of dawn (6:47am) on Monday October 26 2020.
Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) is the lead agency on the #Silveradofire.
The Fire started in the area of Santiago Canyon Road and Silverado Canyon Road that is Southwest of Silverado.
#SilveradoFire Time Line Wednesday October 28 2020
7:00pm: Cal Fire Silverado Fire Incident Update
13,390 Acres have burned with 32% containment. 1,557 Structures are threatened.
Fire Spread has slowed due to the decrease in winds and humidity over the fire area.
Firefighters continue to make progress constructing direct handling and working perimeter control.
Crews will maintain active patrol through the evening mopping-up and securing additional line.
1:00pm: OC Parks Update
Parks now OPEN: O’Neill, Aliso & Wood, Laguna Coast, Mason, Laguna Niguel, Craig, Tri-City.
Parks that remain CLOSED: Irvine Ranch Historic, Carbon Canyon, Irvine Regional, Peters Canyon, Santiago Oaks, Yorba, Whiting Ranch, Heritage Hill.
CHP Road Closures Updated at 11:00am Thursday October 29 2020
Alton Parkway to 261
133 Southbound to 241 to Irvine Blvd
133 Northbound From 5 Fwy to 241
Santiago Canyon Road to Silverado Canyon Road to Ridgeline Road
(Residents Only with ID)
#SilveradoFire Planned Actions
Water Tender 12
Hand Crews 30
Total Personel 1,241
Full Containment Expected on November 10 2020.
Distance Learning for the following schools on Thursday October 29 2020.
Foothill Ranch Elementary
•Melinda Heights Elementary
•Portola Hills Elementary
California Wildfire Relief Donations
Call 800-RED CROSS, visit https://redcross.org or text CAWILDFIRES to 90999 to make a $10.00 donation
#SilveradoFire Weather Thursday October 29 2020
Silverado expects temperatures as high as 81 Degrees with 30% Humidity and Northwest winds at 5 to 10mph.
South Coast Air Quality Management District Smoke Advisory For Thursday October 29 2020 is Online
If you smell smoke or see ash due to a wildfire, limit your exposure by remaining indoors with windows and doors closed or seeking alternate shelter, and avoiding vigorous physical activity.
#SilveradoFire Information Center
This is a Fast Moving Story. Please contact Orange County Authorities for the lastest information.
Unified Command Agencies
Media staging at the entrance of Irvine Regional Park at 1 Irvine Park Road in Irvine
Orange County Alert System
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City of Lake Forest Is On Twitter
City of Lake Forest Resident Hotline: Call (949) 461-3536
Mission Viejo Evacuation Map Is Online
Call the Community center at 949-470-3062 or the Animal Services Center at 949-470-3045 for more information.
Southern California Edison Wildfire Power Shut Off Map is Online
When there is a high risk for a wildfire SCE may temporarily shut off power to your neighborhood to prevent our electric system from becoming the source of an ignition.
See the interactive map to search impacted areas as well as locations of SCE Community Crew Vehicles and Community Resource Centers.
Orange County Silverado Fire Public Information Number is: (714) 628-7085.
South OC Beaches will do their best to update information as it becomes available