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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 Repopulation Orders 9/23/20

Bobcat Wildfire
Closures – 9/23/2020


A repopulation order, on September 23, 2020 at 1:00 PM, has been issued in Clear, Sand and Ward for the residents only in the following areas:

Clear, Sand, and Ward

The hard work and efforts of the multi-agency firefighting crews, and cooperating partners resulted in lifting evacuation orders for residents only in the Clear, Sand, and Ward areas.

Crews are still working to fully control the fire. Please note, Unified Incident Commanders and cooperators continue to evaluate all evacuated areas for future repopulations. Soft closure residents must present identification to repopulate. Livestock and animals are allowed to repopulate.

Evacuation Orders have been lifted and changed to warnings for the following areas:

Clear Areas:

North of East Avenue W-14, South of Pearblossom Highway, East of 155th Street East, West of 165th Street East

Sand Areas:

North of Big Pine Highway and Highway 2, South of 138th Street East, East of Largo Vista Road, West of 263rd Street. The southwestern region of the Sand Area may have power outages.

Ward Areas:

North of Fort Tejon Road, South of East Avenue V, East of 87th Street East, West of 121st Street East

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 on returning safely to your home after a wildfire, please visitCity Website:

National Forest Service Hotline: (626) 574-5208

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

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Fire Information: Inciweb: and search “Bobcat”, Angeles National Forest Facebook: @angelesnationalforest

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

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