Kincade Fire: Fire Update in Windsor, Exisiting Evacuation and Shelter Info

Here’s the latest we have on the Kincade Fire regarding the Fire, Shelter info and road closures:

-Cal Fire updated their latest numbers on the Kincade Fire Monday morning to 76,825 acres burned with containment at 30%.  A total of 206 structures have been lost, with another 90,015 structures still considered threatened.

-Cal Fire has assigned roughly 5,000 total personnel, 592 engines, 93 hand crews, 67 dozers, 48 water tenders, 27 helicopters and numerous firefighting air tankers throughout the State executing fire suppression missions as conditions allow.


-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 4B: South of Westside Road to Mill Creek Road.

-Zone 5: Larkfield and Mark West Drainage.

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

-Zone 8A: North of Occidental Road 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.


-Zone 4A: North of Westside Road to Mill Creek Road.

-Zone 7: All areas West of East Side Road, throughout the Russian River Valley to Bodega Bay.

-Zone 8B: Areas South of Occidental Road.

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

-Zone 32: West of Big Canyon Road. South of Sulpher Creek Road and Harrington Road. East of the Sonoma County/Lake County Line. North of Zone 31.

-Zone 33: West of Big Canyon Road to Seigler Canyon Road across to Seigler Springs North Road. South of Red Hills Road. East of Bottle Rock Road to Harrington Flat Road. North of Zone 32.

-Zone 34: West of Bottle Rock Road to Harrington Flat Road. North of Sulphur Creek Road to the Zone 32 border. West of the Sonoma County/Lake County Line North to Bottlerock. Including Cold Water Creek Road Lakeview Road, Golden Pines.


Please see below map OR CLICK RIGHT HERE to see more precise representations of the evacuation zones.


Highway 101:

-Highway 101 has been completely reopened, for now.  The potential for fire activity to affect 101 could close it again at any time in the area of the fire.  A note that much of 101 North of Santa Rosa is in a mandatory evacuation zone, so even though open you are instructed to stay away from mandatory evacuation zones.

Evacuation Centers include:

-Marin County Fairgrounds 10 Ave of the Flags in San Rafael.

-Napa Valley College 2277 Napa Vallejo Highway in Napa.

-CrossWalk Community Church 2590 1st St in Napa.

-Alameda County Fairgrounds 4501 Pleasanton Ave. in Pleasanton.

-Petaluma Valley Baptist Church 580 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy in Petaluma.

-Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma.  175 Fairgrounds Dr, Petaluma, CA 94952.  Accepting some livestock, no horses, call ahead of time at 7072833247.  Shelter is technically at capacity, however they have 10 spaces available for RVs (no hookups) and 400 spaces for cars.  If you’re looking for somewhere safe to park your vehicle and stay in your vehicle, the Fairgrounds in Petaluma will accept you.

-Sonoma County Fairgrounds 1350 Bennett Valley Road in Santa Rosa

-New Life Church 1310 Klegg St. in Petaluma

-Petaluma Veterans Building, Petaluma Community Center


-Cal Fire confirmed Sunday night that 2 firefighters have sustained injuries in the Kincade Fire.  One minor injuries and was discharged from the hospital.  The 2nd more serious, and was airlifted to UC Davis.  The previously reported emergency shelter incident on Saturday, while frightening, is not considered an injury incident as all 3 individuals were discharged quickly from the hospital.


-Sonoma County Sheriff confirmed Sunday night that the first arrest has been made in a mandatory evacuation zone.  An individual was attempting to enter an evacuation zone with no business area.  Upon further investigation it was discovered that individual was on probation, and the decision was made to make an arrest.  Beyond this arrest, the Sheriff’s Department has no reports of looting at this time.  Also of note, the National Guard is now on-site in Sonoma County, and is operating many of the checkpoints in mandatory evacuation zones.

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