Lassen County Sheriff Evacuation Status

PUBLIC NOTICE 8/9/2021 10am
EVACUATION STATUS UPDATE – NO CHANGE
The emergency alert zone map can be accessed at: community.zonehaven.com

Mandatory Evacuation Orders remain in place for:
• Clear Creek, Westwood, and Pine Town area south of Hwy 36 from the Lassen County line east to Moonlight Ranch Rd – Zones LAS-E020 and LAS-E023
• Lassen National Forest south of Hwy 36 to the Lassen County line including Hamilton Mtn., Coyote Peak, and Indicator Peak – Zone LAS-E017
• Walker Lake area south of Moonlight Rd. – Zone LAS-E018-19
• Area east of Mtn. Meadows Reservoir and south of Hwy 36 to Coppervale – LAS-E026
• North of Hwy 36 from the Lassen County Line to A21 – Zone LAS-EO27
• South of Hwy. 44 from A21 to McCoy Flat – Zone LAS-E028
• North of Hwy. 36 east of A21 – Zone LAS-EO29
• The area south of Hwy 44 from the Lassen County line east to A21 including Silver Lake, Juniper Lake, and the Caribou Wilderness Area – Zone LAS-E031

Evacuation Warnings remain in place for:
• Janesville area west of Hwy 395 from Bass Hill to Janesville Grade west to the Lassen County line including the area south of Bass Hill and the dirt portion of Wingfield Rd on the Janesville Side – Zones LAS-E012 – A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I
• Area south of Hwy 44, north of Hwy 36, west to Hog Flat Reservoir – Zone LAS-E030

People who shelter in place in areas under evacuation order must stay in their homes. People roaming outside their property will be arrested.

ROAD CLOSURES:
• County Road A21 is closed to southbound traffic from Hwy 44
• Hwy 36 is closed west of the intersection of Hwy 44 and 36

Safety Message: People under evacuation order need to leave immediately. Those under warning who require assistance and those with pets and livestock should leave now. Use caution, drive with your headlights on and yield to emergency personnel. If you need assistance evacuating, call dispatch at 530-257-6121. An Emergency Shelter is located at Lassen High School on Main Street in Susanville. The Shelter number is (530) 250-9004. Large animals can be taken to the Lassen County Fairgrounds. Deputies will be going door to door to make notifications.