Kincade Fire explodes to over 74,000 acres; 15% contained

Kincade Fire

SONOMA COUNTY (KRON) – The Kincade Fire which has been burning since last Wednesday has charred 74,324 acres.

As of Monday evening, the fire is 15% contained.

123 total structures, including 57 homes, have been destroyed. 20 structures have been damaged, which includes 12 homes.

More than 90,000 structures remain threatened at this time.

One first responder injury has been reported.

The cause remains under investigation.

Evacuation Orders/Warnings

Use the map below to view the most current evacuation areas and zones:

Evacuation Orders:

Zone 1: Ida Clayton Road, (which includes residents on Ida Clayton Road) North to Highland Ranch Road at Campbell Road, East of the 101 between Asti Road & Alexander Valley Road, to the Mendocino & Lake County Line, including Lakeview Road & extending South along the Lake & Sonoma County Line to Ida Clayton Road

Zone 2: Hwy 128 North Knights Valley Area to the Napa County Line

Zone 3: Hwy 101 Corridor from Geyserville South through the town of Windsor, including the entire city of Healdsburg and the town of Windsor & all areas East to Chalk Hill Road area

Zone 4: The Dry Creek Valley West to Forestville

Zone 5: Larkfield and Mark West Drainage

Zone 6: Calistoga Road/Petrified Forest Road to the Sonoma & Napa County Line

Zone 8: Divided into two areas; Zone 8A and Zone 8B

  • Zone 8A: Evacuation Orders remain in place for areas North of Occidental Road within Zone 8.

Zone 9: The city of Santa Rosa, including all areas East of the Western City limit, North of Guerneville Road, Steele Lane, Lewis Road, & Chanate Road to Montecito Avenue to Montecito Boulevard to Calistoga Road, North to the city limit

Zone 10: All areas within in the city North of Highway 12 West of Highway 101

Evacuation Warnings:

Repopulation of the following communities; Bodega, Bodega Bay, Carmet, Muniz Ranch, Sebastopol, Occidental, Freestone, Camp Meeker, Forestville, Rio Nido, Hacienda, Monte Rio, Cazadero, Guerneville and Valley Ford in Zone 7 & parts of Zone 8.

Zone 7: All areas West of East Side Road. Throughout the Russian River Valley to Bodega Bay have been reduced to an EVACUATION WARNING and are open for repopulation.

Zone 8: Divided into two areas; Zone 8A and Zone 8B

  • Zone 8B: Areas South of Occidental Road within Zone 8 have been reduced to an Evacuation Warning and are open for repopulation.

Zone 21: City of Calistoga and Napa County North of Diamond Mountain Road to Dunaweal Lane. East of the Sonoma County/Napa County Line. South of the Lake County/Napa County Line. West of Pickett Road

Zone 31: Issued for the area of Highway 29 from Butts Canyon Road South to the County Line. All of Butts Canyon Road in Lake County between Highway 29 Middleton North to McKinley Drive. This includes Middletown proper, Twin Pine Casino, Middletown Rancheria, Dry Creek area, all roads off of Highway 175 between Middletown and McKinley Drive, and Butts Canyon Road including all side streets.

Evacuation Centers

  • Marin County Fairgrounds, 10 Ave. of the Flags, San Rafael
  • Petaluma Veterans Center – no beds, but can be a meeting place
    1094 Petaluma Blvd, Petaluma, CA 94952
  • Redwood Acres Fairgrounds
    3750 Harris St., Eureka, CA 5503
  • Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds
    175 Fairgrounds Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952
  • Santa Rosa Fairgrounds- at capacity
    1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
  • St. Mary’s Cathedral (opens at 8 a.m.)
    1111 Gough St., San Francisco, CA 94109

More on evacuation centers

Road Closures

  • SR 128 @ Geyserville Avenue
  • Pine Flat Road @ Red Winery Road
  • Geysers Road @ Red Winery Road
  • SR 128 @ Moody Lane
  • SR 128 @ Geysers Road
  • Geysers Road @ River Road
  • SR 128 @ Alexander Valley Road
  • SR 128 @ Pine Flat Road
  • SR 128 @ Railroad Avenue
  • Lytton Station Road @ Lytton Springs Road
  • Healdsburg Avenue @ Alexander Valley Road
  • All roads east of Hwy 101 in the Geyserville area

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