Southern California Evacuation Maps for Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and Orange Counties
An evacuation order was issued for residents of Santa Barbara County near the Alisal Fire burn area as a storm dumped heavy showers over the area, triggering flash flood and flow warnings. debris in Southern California on Tuesday.
Evacuation warnings were also in place for areas near burns in Orange and Loas Angeles counties.
With possible debris flows in the burn scar areas of the Palissades, Bobcat, Ranch2, Dam and Lake fires, residents have been urged to plan for eventual evacuations, in case they are needed.
Santa Barbara County Evacuations
Santa Barbara received a record 0.9 inch rain on Monday, breaking its previous record of 0.15 inch in 1941, according to the National Weather Service.
Flash flood watch is in effect in Santa Barbara County until noon Tuesday on the burn scar left by the Alisal fire, which charred more than 16,900 acres in the Santa Ynez Mountains in October.
An evacuation order, which came into effect on Monday, applies to areas west of Las Flores Canyon, east of Mariposa Reina, south of West Camino Cielo and down to the ocean.
Residents were told to leave the area immediately.
An evacuation center has been set up at the SBCC Wake Center on 300 N. Turnpike Road in Santa Barbara. Residents can call the American Red Cross at 805-901-0845 for more information about the center.
For assistance with evacuating the animals, residents can call the Animal Services Hotline at 805-681-4332. After regular business hours, call the Sheriff’s Non-Emergency Dispatch Line at 805-683-2724 to speak with the Animal Control Officer on duty.
Santa Barbara County Evacuation Map:
“Please be prepared to support yourself and your household for several days if you choose not to evacuate as you may not be able to leave the area and emergency responders may not be able to access your property in the event of road damage or debris. flux â, county officials noted.
Drivers have been warned not to drive when it is dark or raining near the burn area, as roads can be damaged and vehicles can be washed away by moving water or debris.
Commuters who typically take Highway 101 across the coast from Gaviota and the CA-154 on Tuesday morning were urged to check road conditions and consider working remotely if possible.
Los Angeles County Evacuation Warnings
A flood advisory was issued for Los Angeles County until 10 a.m., with minor flooding expected in low-lying, poorly-drained areas, and shallow mudslides and debris around the burned areas. .
In Monrovia, an evacuation warning has been issued for residents living in the Ridgeside Drive and Oakglade Drive areas.
The Valyermo, Juniper Hills and Devil’s Punchbowl areas near the Bobcat Fire burn scar and the Lake Hughes and Kings Canyon Road area near the Lake Fire burn scar are also subject to an evacuation warning. .
Residents of these burned areas can contact the American Red Cross at 800-675-5799 if they need help finding shelter.
Orange County evacuation warnings
In Orange County, a voluntary evacuation warning has been issued for Silverado Canyon, Williams Canyon and Modjeska Canyon in the Bond Fire burn area due to possible debris flows.
The Bond Fire erupted in December last year, burning 6,686 acres and damaging dozens of structures.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the burn scar area, in effect until 9 p.m. Tuesday. The evacuation warning was to be in place through flash flood monitoring.
“Canyon residents are strongly encouraged to prepare and evacuate now, especially people with disabilities, with access and / or functional needs, and canyon residents with large animals,” county officials. noted.
A Visitor Center is available at the Lake Forest Sport Park located at 28000 Rancho Parkway in Lake Forest. Residents can go to Meeting Room A to wait for the storm to end.
Orange County Evacuation Warning Map:
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