Evacuation Orders & Warnings
View current evacuation order and warning information on the interactive Camp Fire Evacuation/Repopulation Map. The latest updates are also available at the below links:
- 12/5/18: Evacuation Order for South Pines Zone Lifted
- 12/5/18: Town of Paradise Evacuation Orders Lifted for Zones 3, 8 and 14
- 12/4/18: Concow B Reduced to Evacuation Warning
- 12/2/18: Magalia and Concow Zone Changes
- 11/27/18: Stirling, North Coutolenc, Lovelock, North Firhaven, Nimshew C Zones Have Been Lifted
- 11/24/18: Evacuation Orders Have Been Lifted for Berry Creek Zone B and Cherokee Zone B
- 11/21/18: Morgan Ridge A and Lower Pentz Zones Lifted
- 11/20/18: Some Evacuation Zones and Zone Areas Have Been Lifted
- 11/20/18: Evacuation Orders Lifted for Little Chico Creek A & B, Butte Creek, and Lower and Upper Honey Run
- 11/21/18: AM Camp Fire Incident Update
- 11/19/18: Evacuation Update for Berry Creek Zone A
- 11/19/18: Portions of Evacuation Zones Lifted for Upper Magalia, Stirling City and Inskip
- 11/19/18: Evacuation Warning Areas Lifted
A PDF map of the Paradise and Upper Ridge Evacuation Zones is available on the Butte County OEM website.
Law Enforcement Escort Information
The Butte County Sheriff’s Office, Paradise Police Department, California Highway Patrol and Army National Guard have established a unified call center and online system to handle requests for escorts into the evacuated areas of Paradise, Magalia and Concow. Please review the program details before requesting access.
Request an escort the following ways:
- Call 530-897-8873
- Visit www.Buttecounty.net/Sheriffcoroner/
- Complete this form: https://goo.gl/forms/U0Gnhywb33ERqesj2
- Be familiar with your evacuation zone. Find your zone by address.
- Be familiar with routes in and out of your area. Practice driving these routes during the day and night.
- Follow instructions given by public safety officials. Sign up for Emergency Mass Notifications.
- Be ember aware.
- Prepare a go bag and put it in your vehicle and back into the driveway or garage with vehicle loaded and all doors and windows closed.
- Do you have animals? Be prepared to take them with you. (NVADG Brochure)
- Find your zone by address.
- Alert family and neighbors.
- Shut all windows and doors.
- Remove flammable window shades, lightweight curtains and close metal shutters.
- Move flammable furniture to the center of room.
- Shut off gas at the source (meter or tank), turn off pilot lights and propane tanks and move propane BBQs/appliances away from structures.
- Leave indoor/outdoor lights on so firefighters can see your house under smoky conditions.
- Shut off air conditioning.
- Connect garden hoses to outside water valves or spigots for use by firefighters. Fill water buckets and place them around the house.
- Don’t leave sprinklers on or water running. This can affect critical water pressure.
- Have a ladder available and place it at the corner of the house, so firefighters can quickly access the roof.
- Leave gates open for access.
- Monitor the fire situation. If you feel threatened, don’t wait for an evacuation order, leave.
- Subscribe to updates.