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Angeles National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
701 N. Santa Anita Ave.
Arcadia, CA 91006

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Bobcat Fire Status of Evacuation Orders and Warnings Sept. 22, 1:30 PM

Bobcat Wildfire
News – 9/22/2020

September 22, 2020 at 1:30 PM

BOBCAT FIRE STATUS OF EVACUATION ORDERS AND WARNINGS

THE FOLLOWING AREAS WILL REMAIN UNDER EVACUATION ORDERS:

• Residences along Angeles Crest Hwy, between Angeles Forest Hwy and Hwy 39.

• The unincorporated areas of Crystal Lake, East Fork of the San Gabriel River, and Camp Williams.

• Communities of Pearblossom, Juniper Hills, Valyermo, and Llano. (Except for the Longview section, referenced below under Warnings).

• South and West of Upper Big Tujunga, East of Angeles Forest Hwy, and North of Angeles Crest Hwy.
 

THE FOLLOWING AREAS WILL REMAIN UNDER EVACUATION WARNINGS:

• City of Pasadena/Community of Altadena: North of Sierra Madre Bl., West of Michillinda Av, East of Washington Bl., North of New York Dr. AND North of New York Drive & Woodbury Dr., East of Hahamongna Watershed Park.

• Community of Wrightwood.

• Littlerock: South of Pearblossom Hwy, North of Weber Ranch Rd., East of Cheseboro Rd., and West of 87th St. East.

• South of Hwy 2, North of Blue Ridge Truck Trail, East of Hwy 39, and West of the Los Angeles Co. border.

• Longview: South of Ave U-8, North of East Ave W-14, East of 121st East, and West of 155th St. East.

• South of Pearblossom Hwy (Hwy 138), South and East of Pearblossom Hwy (Hwy 122), North and West of Mt. Emma Rd., North and East of Angeles Forest Hwy, and West of Cheseboro Rd.

• South of Mt. Emma Rd., North of Upper Big Tujunga Canyon Rd., East of Angeles Forest Hwy, and West of Pacifico Mtn.


SAFETY: There are many hazards that may exist when returning to your home after a wildfire. These hazards can include fire ash, damaged utilities, exposed and burned structures, as well as hazardous materials. To protect yourself from these hazards, it is important to utilize personal protective equipment that can include breathing protection (N-95 rated respirators), protective clothing, gloves, and boots, as well as eye/face protection.

For more information please call the Fire Information line at (626) 574-5208. Visit Ready, Set,

Go! at fire.lacounty.gov/rsg/

Fire Information: Inciweb: inciweb.nwcg.gov and search “Bobcat”, Angeles National Forest Facebook:

@angelesnationalforest Angeles Twitter: @angeles_NF ,Los Angeles County Fire Department Twitter: @LACoFDPIO

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