Last modified on Oct 15, 2015

Valley Fire

Valley Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: October 15, 2015 7:45 pm   FINAL
Date/Time Started: September 12, 2015 1:24 pm  
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit 
Location: southern Lake County  
Acres Burned - Containment: 76,067 acres - 100% contained  
Structures Destroyed:A total of 1,955 structures have been destroyed including; 1,281 homes, 27 multi-family structures, 66 commercial properties, and 581 other minor structures.  
Evacuations: Residents are being allowed back into all communities affected by the Valley Fire.

Evacuation Centers:
Red Cross Shelters:
Twin Pine Casino, 22223 SR 29 in Middletown.  

Injuries: 4 firefighters injured, 4 civilian fatalities  
Cause: Electrical 
Cooperating Agencies: Lake County, Sonoma County, Napa County, California Office of Emergency Services, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, CAL TRANS, California State Parks, Bureau of Land Management, CAL FIRE, CHP, Red Cross and PG&E  
Total Fire Personnel: 248  
Total Fire Engines: 15  
Total Fire crews: 10  
Total Helicopters: 3  
Total Dozers: 2  
Conditions: 1/11/2016 - Valley Fire Incident Damage Inspection Report - FINAL

10/15 - CAL FIRE continues to work with local, state, and federal agencies to address environmental concerns in the burned areas. See the State's Post Fire Watershed Emergency Response Report.

Rehabilitation is underway to restore the natural landscape that may have been altered during initial firefighting efforts.

Damage Inspection Teams have completed primary and secondary assessments of the structures destroyed by the Valley Fire. A total of 1958 structures have been destroyed including; 1280 homes, 27 multi-family structures, 66 commercial properties, and 585 other minor structures such as outbuildings and sheds.

93 structures have been damaged including; 41 homes, 7 commercial properties, and 45 other minor structures.

All traffic restrictions denying access into the community of Cobb and the surrounding areas have been lifted. Some utility services have not been restored. For information regarding utility services, please contact (800) PGE-5000.

With so many structures destroyed, the damage assessment continues. Click here for information on structures destroyed.

*** Damage Assessment teams continue to collect information in the affected fire areas***

If you are interested in signing up to become a volunteer please click here. Currently, the need is met, but you can pre-register if the need arises you already signed up.  

Phone Numbers  (707) 967-4207 (Fire Information Line) 
Phone Numbers  1 (888) 565-2787 (Lake County Information Line ) 

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