Stanislaus National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
Sonora, CA 95370
Creek Fire Info
Hours: daily 8-430p
For Immediate Release
Location: The Creek Fire is located in the Clear Lake/Bourland Mountain Area on the Mi-Wok Ranger District, Stanislaus National Forest. The fire is in a remote area with no structures threatened. The Creek fire is burning to the south and west of the Mountain Complex which burned in 2003.
Start Date: 09/03/2017
Acres burned: 1,675
Total personnel: 18
The Creek Fire has not received any precipitation in the past week. A cooling trend is forecast for early next week, with possible precipitation around Nov. 3. The fire is exhibiting minimal creeping, smoldering and backing behavior. As conditions dry more smoke may be visible.
Firefighter and public safety.
Use minimum impact suppression tactics (MIST) by utilizing trails, ridges and natural barriers for firelines.
Protect California Spotted Owl Protected Activity Center (PAC) in the fire area.
Planned activity: The fire will continue to be monitored and patrolled as fuels become more available to burn. Heavier fuels, such as downed trees and logs, may produce visible smoke at times.
Weather Outlook: A cooling trend is forecast for early next week, with possible precipitation around November 3.
Road intersections: 3N17 at the intersection of 3N29/3N17
Rock Creek Trail (19E12)