Here is the latest update on the wildfires burning in the North State:

Coffee Fire
The Coffee Fire is burning in the Trinity Alps Wilderness.
Total Acres: 6,258.
Containment: 95%.
Structures Threatened: No structures are being threatened at this time.
Structures Destroyed/Damaged: No structures have been reported destroyed or damaged at this time.
Location of Fire: Shasta-Trinity National Forest.
Evacuations: There are no evacuations at this time.
Closures: A Coffee Fire Area Road and Trail Closure is in effect until further notice. This temporary closure prohibits the public use of any forest trail or road within the Coffee Creek Fire area.
For more information on this fire visit the following link:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4031

Happy Camp Complex
The Happy Camp Complex Fire is burning in Klamath National Forest and consists of an estimated 20 fires caused by lightning. Most of the fires that were burning have been contained but a few continue to burn. The fire causing the most problems right now is the Frying Pan Fire which is at 38,989 acres and the Faulkstein Fire which is at 5,225 acres.
Total Acres: 44,549.
Containment: 20%.
Mandatory Evacuations: Scott River Road from Bridge Flat to the intersection of Hwy 96. All areas south of Hwy 96 between Scott River Road and Grider Creek. All areas south of Hwy. 96 from Seiad Valley down river to Kade Summit.
Advisory Evacuations: All areas north of Hwy 96 between Scott River Road and Grider Creek.
Evacuation Center: An evacuation center has been established at Winema Hall at the Siskiyou County Fairgrounds, 1712 Fairlane Road, Yreka. Both large and small animals will be accommodated at the Fairgrounds. Large animal transport can be arranged through Sheriff’s Posse. Contact Jodi Aceves at (530) 340-2422 to arrange transport.
Road Closures: China Grade Road is open to residents only.
THERE WILL BE A COMMUNITY MEETING TOMORROW, AUGUST 30, AT 7PM IN HAPPY CAMP AT THE KARUK TRIBE SENIOR NUTRITION CENTER. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM MEMBERS AND KLAMATH NATIONAL FOREST REPRESENTATIVES WILL PRESENT INFORMATION AND ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE HAPPY CAMP COMPLEX FIRES.
For more information on this fire visit the following link:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4078/

July Complex
The July Complex Fire is burning in the Klamath National Forest and consists of two separate fires, the Log Fire and the Whites Fire.
Total Acres: Whites Fire: 33,680; Man Fire: 2,228.
Containment: Whites Fire: 85%; Man Fire: 0%.
Structures Destroyed/Damaged: There have been no structures destroyed or damaged at this time.
Location of Fire: The Whites Fire is burning four miles east of Sawyer Bar. The Log Fire is burning west of Greenview. The Man Fire started in the upper Wooley Creek watershed of the Marble Mountain Wilderness.
Advisory Evacuations: Evacuation order for Mule Bridge remains in place.
Road Closures: Sawyers Bar Road is now open. The road from Sawyers Bar Road to Mule Bridge will remain closed until further notice. The road from Sawyers Bar Road to Taylor Lake will remain closed until further notice.
For more information on this fire visit the following link:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4035/

Due to the fires in the Klamath National Forest, the following campgrounds and trailheads are closed:
• Grinder Campground
• Curly Jack Campground
• Fort Goff Campground
• Indian Scotty Campground and Group Camp
• Norcross Trailhead and Campground
• Sulphur Springs Campground
• Lovers Camp Campground
• Beaver Creek Campground
• Mule Bridge Trailhead and Campground
• Idlewild Campground

Oregon Fire
The Oregon fire is burning 2 miles west of Weaverville off of Highway 299.
Total Acres : 580.
Containment : 100%
Structures Destroyed/Damaged : One structure has been destroyed.
Evacuations : All evacuation orders have been lifted.
Road Closures: Weaver Bally Road has been opened to normal traffic flow.
For more information on this fire visit the following link: http://cdfdata.fire.ca.gov/incidents/incidents_details_info?incident_id=1042


For residents who are being evacuated from their homes, The American Red Cross is offering a service for you to list yourself as “Safe and Well” so that your family members can know your okay. Read more about that program here: https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php