Angeles National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
701 North Santa Anita Avenue Arcadia California 91006
Arcadia, CA 91006
Fire Information Line: 626-574-5208 STATUS
Incident Start Date: 12/05/2017
Incident Start Time: 3:44 AM
Incident Type: Wildland Fire
Cause: Under Investigation
Incident Location: 4 miles East of Sylmar
Expected Containment: 12/23/2017
Structures Threatened: 2,500
Residence Destroyed: 60
Other Structures Destroyed: 63
Residence Damaged: 55
Other Structures Damaged: 26
Water Tenders: 2
Hand Crews: 2
Total Personnel: 49
Incident Management: Angeles National Forest, Type 4 Incident Management Team
Cooperating Agencies: Los Angeles Fire, Los Angeles County Fire, CAL FIRE, Los Angeles County Sheriff, Los Angeles Police Department, California Highway Patrol, Cal Trans, Los Angeles County Public Health, Los Angeles County Public Works, Southern California Edison, Red Cross, Los Angeles County Animal Control, Los Angeles City Animal Services, Los Angeles Department of Disability.
Fire Weather Watch Thursday through Friday for strong winds and low relative humidity.
Crews continue to patrol and conduct suppression repair work. Please use caution when driving in and around the area.
A Forest Order has been issued for the Creek Fire burn area closing all Forest Service roads and trails within and surrounding the fire perimeter. The order and closure map can be found on the forest website at fs.usda.gov/angeles
The Fire Danger Level on the Angeles National Forest is EXTREME. Fire restrictions are now in effect throughout the Forest to include: NO CAMPFIRES, NO OPEN FLAME, NO BBQ’s or GRILLING. Further restrictions may include restricted use of recreation areas.
"Know Before You Go" find out about local conditions about your destination prior to leaving by visiting our website at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/angeles/
All evacuation orders have been lifted.
All evacuation centers are now closed.
Los Angeles County residents and business owners, including people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, who may have suffered property or economic loss due to the fires, are encouraged to call 2-1-1 LA County or visit www.211la.org.
Volunteer or Contribute Questions
For information on how to volunteer or contribute contact the American Red Cross, LAFD Fire Foundation and the City of Los Angeles’ Emergency Management Department.
Animal Shelter locations:
ANTELOPE VALLEY FAIRGROUNDS - (661) 948-6060 2551 W. Avenue H Lancaster, CA 93536. Animal shelter only: Accepting large animals, including horses.
Be advised Little Tujunga Canyon Rd, will have intermittent closures due to power restoration work. Use Caution when driving in and around the area as equipment and crews continue to remain in the vicinity.