These past few days have been challenging for many of our families. We wanted to provide you with information related to the fires impacting our area. Cal Fire has issued several news alerts and evacuation orders for three of the four counties in and around Bay Area. We are closely monitoring the information issued by Cal-Fire and have sent out alerts to people in the evacuation zones.
There are major fires all around us and I want to make sure you have the information you need to stay safe and be prepared.
Certain areas in Santa Clara County are under evacuation orders or warnings. Below is the list from CalFire as of 8/21/2020 8:07 AM. Visit https://www.fire.ca.gov/incidents/2020/8/18/scu-lightning-complex to check for updates.
If you need more information or looking for assistance, then you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evacuation Order - Immediate threat to life. This is an awful order to leave now. The area is lawfully closed to public access.
Santa Clara County:
East of San Jose City limits
South of Mt. Hamilton Rd.
North of Metcalf Rd. & San Felipe Rd., East to the County Line
East of San Antonio Valley Rd. to Del Puerto Canyon Rd. to the County Line
South of Stanislaus County Between Santa Clara County Line and I-5
West of I-5 North of Stanislaus/Merced County Line
North of Stanislaus/Merced County Line
East of Santa Clara County Line, East if Ed Levine County Park, Felter Rd., Sierra Rd.,
Toyon Ave., and Mt. Hamilton Rd. to Three Springs Rd.
North of Hwy 130 to Santa Clara County Line
West of San Antonio Valley Rd.
West of Mines Rd. to Santa Clara County Line
East of 3 Springs Rd. and Mt. Hamilton Rd.
South of Santa Clara County Lin
North of Mt. Hamilton Rd. to Three Springs Rd.
South of Santa Clara County Line
West of the Fire Perimeter
East of Ferguson Rd. East and North of Hwy 152
West of Merced County Line
North of Hwy 152
South of Metcalf Rd at Shingle Valley Rd.
East to the Stanislaus County line
East of Shingle Valley Rd. and everything East of Anderson Lake, East of Coyote Creek,
East of Coyote Reservoir, East of Roop Rd., East of Leavesley Rd., East of Crews Rd.,
East of Ferguson Road.
East and North of Hwy 152
West of Merced County Line, North of Hwy 152
South of Metcalf Road at Shingle Valley Road, East to the Stanislaus County Line
All of Mines Road, south of Mile Marker 10 to the county line
Evacuation Warning - Potential threat to life and property. Those who require additional time to evacuate, and those with pets and livestock should leave now.
Santa Clara County:
South of Metcalf Rd. East of Coyote Creek to the Anderson Lake Shore, East of Chochrane Rd., East of Hill Rd. and South of Main Ave., North of Maple Ave., East of Foothill Ave, North of San Martin Ave, East of New Ave..
West of Shingle Valley Rd. and everything West of Anderson Lake, West of Coyote Creek, West of Coyote Reservoir, North and West of Roop Rd. between Coyote Reservoir Rd. and New Ave
East of Lovers Lane and the Santa Clara County
South of Hwy 152 to the San Benito County line
West to the Merced County Line
North of San Benito County Line to Hwy 152
City of Fremont - Mill Creek Road
Here are links to resources to help you keep up to date on evacuation orders and how to be prepared:
Evacuation Order/Warning Map:
Information on preparing for emergencies and evacuation: https://www.readyforwildfire.org.
Cal Fire info line: (916) 618-3195 or (669) 247-7431
Milpitas Library, 160 N. Main St. in Milpitas
Ann Sobrato High School, 401 Burnett Ave., in Morgan Hill. (Evacuees Hotline: 408-808-7778)
Berryessa Community Center Evacuation Point, 3050 Berryessa Rd, San Jose, CA 95132
Evergreen Community Center Local Assistance Center, 4860 San Felipe Rd, San Jose, CA 95135
Additional Information and Resources:
County of Santa Clara:
County of Santa Clara Office of Emergency Management:
City of San Jose:
City of Milpitas:
City of Fremont:
City of Santa Clara:
City of Newark:
Please be careful, alert, and prepared. Do not wait to evacuate and please look out for each other. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Thank you and be safe…