23 Dead, 3,500 Structures Destroyed, 20,000+People Evacuated: Maps of Mendocino, Lake, Sonoma, and Napa County Fires

Hwy 101 fire

Fire burning along Hwy 101 during the Redwood Complex Fires.[Photo from Caltrans]

The wildfires that are burning across Northern California killed 23 people, destroyed 3,500 homes and structures and forced 20,000+ people to flee their homes–many in the dead of night wearing only their pajamas.

Through last night, the fires continued to rage forcing more evacuations and burning more acreage. (See below for the latest detailed Cal Fire maps of most of the incidents.)

In Mendocino and Lake Counties, the fire continues to push outwards in most directions threatening approximately 1000 structures. According to Cal Fire, “32,100 acres have burned in the Redwood Fire, 5% contained. 2500 acres have burned in the Sulphur Fire, 45% contained. There have been 6 fatalities and approximately 8000 people have evacuated throughout the incident.”

Cal Fire is reminding people close to the incident to be prepared to evacuate when asked. Click here for information on how to prepare.
If you click on the Cal Fire image above, you will go to Cal Fire’s information sheet for the Mendocino/Lake Complex which includes the evacuation orders, Evacuation Centers, Road Closures, etc. as of Thursday, October 12.

MAPS:

[Photo by Michael Godinez]

Below are the most recent maps available as of 7:30 a.m. Thursday morning. (Timestamps of when the information was collected that was used to create the maps can usually be found in the corners of the PDF’s).

Click on the thumbnail images of each map to be taken to a pdf. Usually, in the lower right-hand corner of each expanded map, you can see the time and date that the information to create each map was collected.

The Mendocino/Lake Complex:

Mendocino/Lake Complex

Mendocino/Lake Complex map

We also have a KMZ file that can be viewed in Google Earth if you have access: 20171012_MendocinoLakeComplex_IR In addition, here is a pdf map of the Sulfur Fire (Please allow time for it to load):

Here is a pdf map of the Redwood Complex Fire. (Please allow time for it to load):

 

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The Central LNU Complex in Sonoma:

Tubbs Fire

Tubbs Fire map

We also have a KMZ file of the entire Central LNU Complex which includes the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa that can be viewed in Google Earth if you have access: 20171012_CentralLNUComplex_IR

The Southern LNU Complex in Napa County:

Southern LNU Complex

Southern LNU Complex

We also have a KMZ file of the entire Southern LNU Complex which includes the Atlas Fire that can be viewed in Google Earth if you have access: 20171012_SouthLNU_IR

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