Evacuation Information (Including Map) for the Redwood Complex in Mendocino
The areas under mandatory evacuation include Pine Mountain to Berry Creek to Camp Wente down to Eastside Creek. The Mendocino County Sheriff said that
Howard Hospital is under EVACUATION WARNING–they should be prepared to leave but are not yet asked to leave.
Press release from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office:
As of 10-09-2017 at 4:00 PM public safety efforts continue in response to the Redwood Complex Fire impacting the areas of Potter Valley, Redwood Valley and Willits in Mendocino County.
In an effort to provide the most comprehensive and accurate information as to the incident, Mendocino County Sheriff Thomas D. Allman will be facilitating a press conference on 10-10-2017 at 8:00 AM in front of the Mendocino County Administrative Building (501 Low Gap Road in Ukiah, California).
Representatives from city, county and state agencies will present and there will be no response to media inquires until the time of the press conference.
Real time updates of the incident will continue to be made on the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/
MendocinoSheriff/) and Twitter feed (https://twitter.com/ mendosheriff).
The County Emergency Operation Center (EOC) remains open at this time.
Evacuation Center/Shelter Information
Twin Pines Casino 22223 CA-29, Middletown (CURRENTLY FULL)
More Information on Major Fire Incident Stories From Oct 9:
- Hwy 20 Closed Due to Fire
- Major Fire in Mendocino Joins Others Whipping Across Northern California; 101 Closing
- Major Fires Breaking Out in Northern California: Structures and Vehicles Burning, Evacuations Ongoing, Victims Injured, Roads Closed
- Redwood Valley North of Ukiah on Fire: Evacuations, Multiple Structures Burned, Serious Injuries
- Potter Fire: 1500 Acres, 11 Structures Confirmed Destroyed
- TV and Phone Services Down on the West Coast
- Fire Hits Just Above the Belt: Overview of the Fires Burning From Mendocino to Sonoma
- One Dead, Multiple Structures Burned, Numerous Injuries, One Looter Arrested in Redwood Complex Fire
- Mendocino Sheriff Declares State of Emergency, Approximately 10,000 Acres Burned, 0% Containment, Approximately 80 Structures Gone