Southern California Chaparral Fire Updates for Tuesday August 31 2021.
Multiple Fire Fighting agencies are fighting the Chaparral Fire in Cleveland National Forest.
Tuesday August 31 2021 Cal Fire San Diego 7:00pm Update
“The Chaparral Fire remains 1,427 acres and is 50% contained.
Firefighters will work through the evening to patrol the fireline and mop-up any hot spots.
Repopulation efforts this afternoon have been successful, as residents return home to areas that were previously evacuated.
Big thanks to our law enforcement partners, who are a critical part of the evacuation and repopulation process”.
Cal Fire in San Diego County reports on Monday August 30 2021, “Firefighting efforts will continue throughout the week as firefighters work to cool hot spots and build containment line.”
Chaparral Fire Containment Level
Updated at 8:00pm Tuesday August 31 2021
All Evacuation Warnings and Orders have been lifted. (12:00pm on Tuesday August 31 2021)
1427 Acres Burned with 50 Percent Containment
Cal Fire San Diego County Chaparral Fire Operational Update Tuesday August 31 2021 at 8:30am
Chaparral Fire Video Posted on Monday August 30 2021 at 7:35pm Courtesy of Cal Fire San Diego
Last Updated at 8:00pm on Tuesday August 31 2021
Effective at Noon on Tuesday August 31 2021: All Evacuation Warnings and Orders have been lifted.
Residents are reminded that Firefighters are still in the area conducting mop-up operations and patrolling .
Please drive with due regard for safety on the area’s narrow roads.
Non Residents Should Stay Away From The Area Until The Cleveland National Forest Orders Have Been Removed.
The Public is reminded to stay vigilant on current Fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures and future evacuation orders and evacuation warnings. Please remember to to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area. There may still be smoke in the respective areas as firefighters continue mop-up operations.
The Chaparral Fire is not a current threat to Orange County.
The Chaparral Fire started at 12:38pm on Saturday August 28 2021.
Cleveland Forest Road and Tenaja Road southwest of Murrieta in Cleveland National Forest.
The Fire is burning west of the foothill communities of La Cresta and De Luz.
The fire is not in OC nor is it a threat to OC at this time. pic.twitter.com/wtzlBXyaOB
— OCFA PIO (@OCFireAuthority) August 29, 2021
— 564FIRE (@564FIREPhoto) August 29, 2021
Areas of direct impacts and poor air quality may include portions of:
Orange County: Saddleback Valley and Capistrano Valley
Riverside County: Perris Valley/Lake Elsinore/Temecula Valley/Anza Valley/Hemet-San Jacinto Valley/San Gorgonio Pass/Coachella Valley
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.
Chaparral Fire Agencies
This is a Fast Moving Story. Please contact Cal Fire for the latest information.
South OC Beaches will do their best to update information as it becomes available