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Lake County CA Sheriff's Department
Thursday August 9th, 2018 :: 11:59 a.m. PDT


Spring Valley, High Valley, Landrum Ranch and Double Eagle Re-Population

The mandatory evacuations have been reduced to an evacuation advisory for the following areas:
Spring Valley, High Valley, Landrum Ranch and the Double Eagle Community.  Hwy. 20 remains open to all traffic.
 There are road closures at the following locations and areas beyond these closures are still under Mandatory Evacuation:
Upper Lake:

  • North of the Elk Mountain Rd at White Rock Canyon Road
  • Bartlett Spring north of the Hwy 20 intersection
 Containers for perishable food and freezer waste items ONLY. for both customers and non-customers of LCWS are Located at:
  • Upper Lake: Upper Lake Park
  • Nice: Hammond Park
  • Lucerne: Lucerne Harbor Park
  • Clearlake Oaks: Intersection of Hwy 20 and Island Drive
  • Clearlake Oaks: Moose Lodge
Debris and ash from residential and other structural fires may contain toxic substances due to the presence of synthetic and hazardous materials.  Many building materials contain asbestos, and older buildings often contain lead.  Household hazardous waste such as gasoline, cleaning products, pesticides, and other chemicals may have been stored in homes, garages, or sheds that may have burned in the fire.  These materials can become concentrated in ash and soil following a fire.  It is important not to expose yourself, your family or others to any of these materials.  Exposures can occur by sifting through and/or moving ash and debris, causing ash to become airborne and inhaled or ingested.

Lake County CA Sheriff's Department
1220 Martin St
Lakeport, CA 95453

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-263-2690

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