California Fire Map: List of Fires Near Me Right Now

A number of fires are growing in the state of California. Here is a list, with maps, of the larger fires that are around the state, their current containment levels, and where they are located. Read on for more details.

California Fire Maps

First, below, is a general, interactive map of some of the fires in California right now, provided by Google and CAL FIRE. Fires in red are active and fires in black are contained.

The following is another thorough map of the California fires, created by Gmap4 and courtesy of MappingSupport.com. You can see the map below or find it here. The interactive map can be manipulated to view other fires in the country too.

Here is another map, also courtesy of G4 and MappingSupport.com, which shows the fires overlayed on a topography map:

List of Active Fires in California

Not every active fire in California that you might be concerned about is listed on a general map. Here is a list of the biggest active fires going on right now, as of the time of publication.

Chrome Fire

#ChromeFire [update] off Hwy 162 and Forest Hwy 7, north of Elk Creek (Glenn County) is now 2,290 acres and 70% contained. https://t.co/R8qe1aJiQA pic.twitter.com/ygj0GqVV05

— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) June 12, 2018

The Chrome Fire, located off Highway 162 and Forest Highway 7 north of Elk Creek in Glenn County is 70 percent contained and 2,290 acres, per Cal Fire.

Grape Fire

This wildfire is at Black Bennet Rd., near Grape Creek, eight miles southwest of Burnt Ranch in Humboldt County. It is 60 percent contained at 244 acres, per Cal Fire.

Santiago Fire

#SantiagoFire [update] off Highway 241 and Santiago Canyon Road (Orange County) per @OCFA_PIO is now 155 acres and 30% contained. Forward spread stopped. https://t.co/0mLh1DPvwM pic.twitter.com/L49Sn2Vbaj

— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) June 12, 2018

This fire is at 155 acres and 30 percent contained, with the forward spread stopped. It’s off Highway 241 and Santiago Canyon Road in Orange County, per Cal Fire.

Chino Hills / Euclid Fire / Riverside Fire

Firefighters are battling a 100 acre fire off Highway 71 south of Euclid Avenue in Chino (Riverside County). #EuclidFire https://t.co/QJQ2DKTie5 pic.twitter.com/gi0C9ZQqrg

— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) June 12, 2018

The Euclid Fire in Chino (Riverside County) is 100 acres and 0 percent contained at this time. It is a wildland fire located at Highway 72 south of Euclid Avenue. There are currently no structure threats or evacuations as of the time of publication. About 120 firefighters are responding, along with two helicopters and five fire crews.

Portola Fire / Beverly Hills Fire

#PortolaFire in Beverly Crest now estimated at 32 acres. https://t.co/Nd1pWnayYa pic.twitter.com/jr5VeJOg0g

— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) June 12, 2018

Here is map of the Portola Fire evacuation warning areas and mandatory evacuation areas:

This fire in West LA is 32 acres in size. The brush fire in Beverly Hills <a target="_blank" href="https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Brush-Fire-Beverly-Hills-485293831.html" target="_blank" …read more

Source:: Heavy.com

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