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Sonoma County Sheriff's Office
Wednesday September 9th, 2020 :: 04:01 p.m. PDT


All Evacuation Warnings lifted from the Walbridge Fire.

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office is lifting all Evacuation Warnings in the following areas:
Zone 1B3
East of Sewell Road and King Ridge Road
North of Old Cazadero Road and Austin Creek (the actual Creek) and East Austin Creek through the recreation area.
West of East Austin Creek and Walbridge Ridge.
South of Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Road.
Zone 1D4
North of the Russian River
East of Cazadero Highway
West of Armstrong Woods Road and Sweetwater Springs Road
South East Austin Creek (the actual creek) and the East Austin Creek Fire Road (Austin Creek Recreational Area)

Zone 2A3
North of Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Road to the eastern edge of Lake Sonoma
Everything west of the eastern edge of Lake Sonoma to the western boundary
that runs north along the ridge line from the intersection of Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Rd @ Old Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Road to the interception of Rockpile Road @ Cooley Ranch Road north to the Mendocino County Line.
Zone 2E1
West of Wallace Creek Road
North of Palmer Creek Road and McCray Ridge Road
East of East Austin Creek (the actual creek) and Walbridge Ridge
South of Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Road
Zone 2E2
West of Dry Creek
North and East of Chimese Road
South of Stewarts Point Skaggs Springs Road
Zone 2E3
West of Dry Creek and Westside Rd
South Chimese Road
North of Mill Creek
East of Wallace Creek Rd

Road Closures: Sweetwater Springs Road between 18730 and 20011 will remain closed because of dangerous road conditions. Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve remains closed.
If you need assistance after your home was damaged or destroyed, click on attached link:

  • Media is allowed in disaster areas per State law. We ask for the media's continued discretion and compassion as residents go through a challenging time. Not everyone will want to interview or be on camera as they evaluate their losses and consider the next steps.
The burn area is under a Public Health Order due to hazards created by the fire. The order is available at the Local Assistance Center and online at Please follow County Health recommendations, especially if you're returning to burned property. Read health safety tips here:
Continue to follow the instructions of first responders in the area and make sure to listen for hi-lo sirens if fire conditions change. Use extreme caution when around any burned areas that may be present. The burn area is under a Public Health Order due to health hazards 
created by the fire.
Please be advised that areas nearest the fire may have had PG&E services temporarily disrupted while the fire was being fought. PG&E is working around the clock to restore services to all its unaffected customers. If you have questions about your gas or power, check the PG&E website for information. You can also call 1(800)743-5000. If you come across any downed power lines, treat them as live and call 911 and then PG&E.
The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. A reminder to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel. There may be smoke in the respective areas as firefighters continue firefighting operations. 
Go to or call 2-1-1 if you have questions. For tips to return safely to your home, click here. You may also visit, type in your address, and see your property's evacuation status.

Sonoma County Sheriff's Office
2796 Ventura Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-565-2650

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