Glass Fire Coverage Continues Live on KSRO

The Glass Fire Incident continues to grow. Fire crews are on scene battling the blazes. KSRO News Team is live in-studio, with information directly from the Sheriff’s Department, Fire Departments, weather experts and more.

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Mandatory Evacuations and Evacuation Warnings are rolling out in this fluid situation.  See the embeded map below, and get the full scoop RIGHT HERE at SoCoEmergency.org.

Text your Zip Code to 888777 to receive emergency alerts directly from Police/Fire, and listen to KSRO for the latest on this developing story.

Seen by KSRO reporters Dan Weir and Mike DeWald on Mountain Hawk Drive in the Sky Hawk neighborhood in North East Santa Rosa.

Shady Fire/The Glass Incident as seen from Highway 12 and Calistoga Road on 9/28/20 at 2am (Mike DeWald)

UPDATE 10:53 AM, September 28th

Evacuation Warnings have been issued for East-1, East-2, and East-3, in the City of Santa Rosa.

Evacuation Warning for the entire area of East-1:
This includes all areas within this perimeter:

  • East of Farmers Lane
  • North of Hoen Ave
  • West Summerfield Rd
  • South of Highway 12

**Includes west of Mission and Montgomery Dr between Highway 12 and Summerfield Rd

Evacuation Warning for the entire area of East-2:
This includes all areas within this perimeter:

  • West of Summerfield Rd
  • North of City boundary (South end of Bennett Valley Golf Course)
  • South of Hoen Ave
  • East of Cypress Way
  • East of Creekside Rd to Yulupa Ave
  • East of Yulupa Ave (between Tachevah Dr to South City boundary)

Evacuation Warning for the entire area of East-3:
This includes all areas within this perimeter:

  • North of Bennett Valley Rd
  • West of Yulupa Ave
  • South of Tachevah Dr

Review the Evacuation Map, Travel Routes out of your neighborhood, and Evacuation Checklist by searching with your address: SRCity.org/EvacZones


UPDATE 6:38 AM, September 28th

Evacuation ORDER for the entire area of Summerfield:
This includes all areas within this perimeter:
East of Summerfield Rd
South of Stonehedge Dr
North of the City boundary
West of the City’s boundary (Annadel State Park)

Evacuation ORDER for the entire area of Spring Lake:
This includes all areas within this perimeter:
North of Stonehedge Ave
East of Summerfield Rd
West of Violetti Rd (East side of Spring Lake)
South of Highway 12 (Between Mission Blvd and Calistoga Rd)
South of Montgomery Rd (between south end of Calistoga Rd to Channel Dr


UPDATE 5:24 AM, September 28th

Alert: Mandatory Evac Order for Northeast 2 & Northeast 3/Middle Rincon.

Mandatory Evacuation Orders have been issued within the City of Santa Rosa for the following Zones: Northeast 2 & Northeast 3/Middle Rincon, Santa Rosa. Leave immediately and head south!

Evacuation ORDER for the entire area of Northeast 2:
This includes all areas:
East of Brush Creek Rd
North of Montecito Blvd
West of Calistoga Rd
South of City Boundary (north of Badger Rd area)

Evacuation ORDER for the entire area of Northeast 3/Middle Rincon:
This includes all areas within this perimeter:
East of Mission Blvd
North of Highway 12
South of Montecito Blvd
West of Calistoga Rd


UPDATE 7:45 AM, September 28th

Evacuation ORDER:

Zone 3P1:
South of Annadel State Park
East and south of Santa Rosa City Limits
North of Bennett Valley Road
West of Savannah Trail

Zone 3Q1:
All of Annadel State Park


 

Look up your designated zones within the Santa Rosa city limits at: SRCity.org/EvacZones

If you need a place to go, proceed to the following Temporary Evacuation Points:

Temporary Evacuation Points (TEP) located within the City of Santa Rosa at A Place to Play (2375 W 3rd St, Santa Rosa).  For additional locations, go to www.srcity.org/emergencytep

Temporary Evacuation Points (TEP) provide a safe staging area for you to park and remain in your vehicle while displaced by the emergency. TEPs are only used on a short-term basis before you are permitted to return home, figure out your next move, or are referred to another location. The TEP allows you to maintain social distancing in the safety of your vehicle amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

TEPs are safe locations where individuals can regroup and plan their next move, regardless of immigration status. English and Spanish-speaking staff will be there to make these safe, supportive places for all.