A temporary evacuation point has been established at the Santa Anita Race Track. The fire has continued to burn southward toward Monrovia at a slow rate. Air operations will continue making retardant drops to halt the forward rate of spread. The Bobcat Fire continues to burn through the Angeles National Forest in Los Angeles County, north of Azusa, California, September 17, 2020. Fire tactics used to combat the fire range from control burning to water suppression. We do not predict a large amount of fire activities in Monrovia today, however residents may see smoke coming from Monrovia Canyon Park and Spanish Canyon as crews mop up the area. However, we are cautiously optimistic that the weather conditions will continue to be in our favor. As of tonight, the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 41,773 acres and is 3% contained. These past two weeks have brought me closer to this community and I can already feel a deeper, more meaningful connection to all of you. Tomorrow, Fire Chief Dover will be meeting with Incident Command and representatives from the other foothill communities to discuss the appropriate time to lift the Evacuation Warnings. There is 1,513 personnel on the fire, 227 engines, 25 hand crews, 6 helicopters, 18 dozers, 11 water tenders, and numerous aircraft working on this fire. Please know, the fire is beginning at a point high up the mountain but will be backing downward slowly and in a controlled manner. Wilson, north of our foothill communities and south of Angeles Crest Highway. Yesterday, controlled burning operations occurred in Canyon Park to contain the fire and once it neared park facilities or fire lines, firefighters used water suppression to hold the line. Bobcat Fire Monrovia Overview Today, residents may not see flames, but residents may see crews conducting mop up operations in the burn area, as there continues to be small pockets of unburned fuel within the burn area. Please continue helping in this effort. The containment area has not changed, but the fire has increased in acreage lowering the total containment. To report an an injured animal, residents should call (626) 255-6799. Location: Los Angeles County. Please remain aware and ready if an Evacuation Order is issued. An evacuation for the Bobcat Fire was ordered Monday of a 20-square-mile area west of Upper Big Tujunga Canyon in the Angeles National Forest. These aircrafts included helicopters and fixed-wing airplanes that dropped water and Phos-Chek, a bright red chemical retardant. Please make those arrangements or plans to evacuate now in case an Evacuation Order is issued. Residents can expect to see plumes of smoke, throughout the day, as crews perform these mop-up operations. The time to lift the Evacuation Warning is being evaluated on a daily basis. For those considering evacuating or seeking refuge from the fire should read the Red Cross announcement in its entirety to be prepared. Get breaking news alerts in the FOX 11 News app. At this time, all non-residents are asked to leave the area above Foothill Boulevard in Monrovia to allow for public safety personnel to continue monitoring the area. Update - Tuesday, September 8 at 12:44 p.m. As the day progressed and the dense smoke lifted, two air tankers were able to make several drops of fire retardant (which we call "Phos-Chek" and is pronounced "fozz-check") on the southwest portion of the fire, which is right above Monrovia, to reinforce and strengthen previously applied fire lines. As of this morning, the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 44,393 acres and is 3% contained. The fire never reached the trail – which was graded – but burn spots did come very close. As a result, should you see an injured animal please report as much information as possible. This will be the last regular update of the night but please know that Monrovia staff will continue to work in the Emergency Operation Center into the night to continue to monitor conditions. This is normal and ok but please just be aware. You can join the meeting the following methods: As a sign off, we wanted to share a few more pictures from today of Canyon Park. Fortunately for us, the 5-6 homeowners had already voluntarily vacated when we made door-to-door contact and phone calls. We will notify residents if conditions change. It is important to note that at this time, there is no immediate threat to Monrovia. The Bobcat fire raging for the ninth day in the San Gabriel Mountains north of Azusa continued to grow Monday while fire authorities said it likely will take longer than originally expected for … In the north, firefighters actively engaged in suppressing a 500-1,000 acre spot fire that crossed Hwy 2. asthma, emphysema and COPD). To the east, the fire remains to the west of Hwy 39 where the Ranch2 Fire burn scar has helped lessen fire spread. Wilson and within the Angeles National Forest. Create a clean air space in your home by using a portable air cleaner instead of or in addition to your air conditioner. The impacts of smoke may be especially harmful to those who have preexisting conditions, such as chronic heart and lung disease (i.e. We decided to contact these homeowners and evacuate them even when it remained unnecessary to issue a citywide Evacuation Order for Phase 1 (1,450 homes) of our Evacuation Plan. The area is lawfully closed to public access. Today, we are asking for your help--please conserve water! Wilson as fire spotted west and air resources were utilized to help strengthen lines. As of this morning, the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 29,245 acres and is 6% contained. Update - Wednesday, September 9 at 5:50 p.m. Please remember, weather and wind conditions can be unpredictable and the fire can kick up incredibly quickly. The Bobcat Fire continues to spread down the hillside just above Monrovia. When adding firefighting consumption, the tanks will not replenish as fast. Compared to yesterday, fuels are at critically dry levels and there is anticipation of increased fire activity over the next couple of days. I know we don’t need to tell our residents this but perhaps some of us are interested in seeing the damage at our cherished Monrovia Canyon Park, HWP or even Lower Clamshell Trail. The City of Monrovia remains under an Evacuation Warning. Not only does the hillside exhibit dangerous conditions like falling rocks and tree branches, the City still has to perform a damage assessment and clean up the areas. The Bobcat Fire increased in size slightly overnight — from 113,733 acres to 113,986 acres — and the containment expanded from 39% to 50%, forest officials said on Thursday. Around Mt. Lastly, we were notified by many residents that there would be planned power outages this week. Watch the meeting live on the Bobcat Fire YouTube Channel or on Los Angeles County Fire's Facebook page. For residents who have prepared for evacuations and are ready...thank you. These small pockets of fuel, that is surrounded by the burn area, will continue to smolder and burn out. Residents are encouraged to remain prepared and alert as Santa Ana winds are expected to pick up around noon today. The northern portion of the fire has reached up into ridges near Angeles Crest Highway where retardant drops have been made. As the firefighting effort includes large, continuous amounts of water usage, they will draw down our City water supply IF we cannot refill. ensure any damage is corrected. The Bobcat Fire in Los Angeles County has burned more than 103,000 acres of the state, as of Sunday. There are currently 401 personnel, 33 engines and 9 handcrews assigned to the Bobcat Fire operation. Firefighters worked diligently last night and into this morning with a focus on protecting Mt. BOBCAT FIRE CREATES 'HADES-SCAPE' AS CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE THREATENS OVER 1,000 HOMES. LATEST EVACUATION UPDATES. (DOWNLOAD LATEST FIRE UPDATE HERE) TODAY: Tuesday – 9/30 – Bobcat Fire Daily Update Today firefighters will continue to strengthen containment lines. Additionally, several more resources arrived at the fire late in the day, including a sky crane helicopter and two more hotshot crews. Today, residents may not see flames, but residents may see crews conducting mop up operations in the burn area, as there continues to be small pockets of unburned fuel within the burn area. Many city facilities suffered smoke damage and we will be using an industrial hygienist to inspect our facilities, IT equipment, HVAC systems, etc. The Information Center will be closed tonight and reopen tomorrow morning at 7 a.m., but a dedicated line for questions will be available. This evening, a Nixle Alert and an Emergency Alert were sent to residents to continue to encourage those living in the foothills community to prepare for evacuations. Monrovia Fire  & Rescue is monitoring the situation and is in contact with Angeles National Forest. The BAER team is made up of specialists in hydrology, soil science, archeology, wildlife biology, forestry and plant biology. Even before this fire, Trask suffered from water system problems and the firefighters had to rig the pool for additional water supply use to engage the fire. The fire will grow in size while containment remains at 6%. ... We knew it was going to happen today… According to the South Coast Air Quality Management Districts, the Bobcat Fire is producing substantial amounts of smoke and falling ash. ... Update on the Bobcat Fire… As the fire continues to travel north, the primary focus has been to respond to and address threats to communities on the north end of the fire. Monrovia Canyon Park and the Hillside Wilderness Preserve are closed until further notice. Subscribe Today! Traffic up N. Canyon Blvd remains closed to all non-emergency vehicles. Control burn operations were utilized in the northeast, within Canyon Park and along the southern edge of the fire line near Ridgeside to keep fire away from firebreaks. Your efforts to conserve water are working...Thank You! Provide your observations on the health of the animal, Any descriptive qualities about the animal and its species, For Our ASL Community (please note, there is a 500 person cap for Zoom), One Tap Mobile: +16692545252,,1601516683# US, Zoom App on Smartphone - Enter Meeting ID: 160 992 6478, Phone - Dial 1-669-254-5252, Press 1609926478#. Those who require additional time to evacuate, and those with pets and livestock should leave now. The fire suppression tactics, which included controlled burns, burned a significant amount of brush in the park but all buildings remain standing with only smoke damage. Those who are seeking additional information can contact the Information and Cooling Center by calling (626) 256-8246 or visiting the Community Center, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. After 9 p.m., the hotline will be closed and overnight calls will be transferred to voicemail. For those of us who grow concerned each time we notice the fire creeping down the hill, you may consider leaving your home even if the City is not evacuated. As many of you are aware, the US Forest Service held a community meeting tonight via ZOOM, which exceeded the 500 person capacity. To the south, the fire remained active and crews continued to strengthen lines with strategic protect foothill communities as that remains a priority. This is a lawful order to leave now. Yesterday afternoon, the fire west of Mount Wilson made a northerly push towards Highway 2 and firefighters were able to keep this in check. The Incident Management Team remains extremely confident their fire tactics are working. Similar to previous requests, we are asking for your help during the Bobcat Fire by avoiding the areas highlighted on the Evacuation Map. If you have an emergency, please call 911. The community will be relieved to know that the Hillside Wilderness Preserve suffered minimal burns and will be open to the public much sooner. I am so proud to be a Monrovian. Residents and guests travelling through will be asked to show ID or proof of residence for access to areas highlighted on the evacuation map. We have been told to plan for the fire to get worse and we are asking all residents to be prepared and ready if an Evacuation Order is issued. As these areas burn out, we would like to assure residents that crews are nearby monitoring the situation. As a reminder, an Evacuation Warning is still in effect. Now, efforts are being focused on the east and northeastern edges of the fire. As the threat of the fire is re-evaluated, the City has made the decision to downgrade to a Level 3 Emergency Operations Center (EOC), meaning that staff are shifting to a virtual EOC but will still be available to provide updates. As the fire continues to burn, the flames will remain visible, sometimes growing in size, and followed by a significant amount of smoke. There will still be smoke coming from the hillside and the air quality will continue to range between moderate and unhealthy for the next few days. Fire has grown to over 36,000 acres & is 6% contained. In the event that an Evacuation Order is issued, residents should quickly gather their families and pets and leave the area to designated evacuation sites, or to family and friends’ homes outside the fire area. Fortunately, the HWP served as an important buffer zone between the fire and hundreds of homes in North and Northwest Monrovia. Conserve water. Local fire departments, along with Monrovia firefighters, will continue to patrol the foothill area. As we patrolled neighborhoods, it became clear that many of the people causing the traffic were coming in from out of town - some as far as Long Beach and Orange County - to observe and photograph the fire. Please make those arrangements now. The fire … We even stationed a fire engine on Hidden Valley Road to watch and monitor – Thank You Alhambra Fire Department! If residents conserve, we can replenish the tanks faster than without conservation. Remember the terrain is moving this fire, not the wind (at least not right now, nor the past few days). Residents can contact the Monrovia Community Center at (626) 256-8246, anytime. Today, the fire crew will continue to control burn the Spanish Canyon. The City stores millions of gallons of water which is used during the day and replenished constantly. Last night, two additional City strike teams went up to Trask Boy Scout Camp to assist in the firefighting efforts. Please know, the fire will continue to burn throughout the week. Over the past three days, more resources and personnel have arrived to bolster firefighting efforts. photo editorial credit: StratosBril / shutterstock.com(Angeles National Forest, CA) — Full containment is just days away for the Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest. If you have questions regarding the Bobcat Fire, you can call 626-256-8246 but we encourage you to seek information on the City’s website. These small fires are within the burn area and will be monitored closely by the fire crews. As a reminder, an Evacuation Warning is still in effect. We cannot express enough our deep appreciation to the many agencies and crews who fought tirelessly to preserve our Park. Please note, the fire is burning at a high elevation with fuels that historically have not burned. On the east side along Highway 39, the fire crews will be preparing for a strategic firing operation to strengthen the lines. Update - Thursday, September 10 at 10:08 a.m. As of today, the evacuation warning remains in effect for Monrovia. Gates will be locked and there will be no public access to these areas. There are 532 personnel assigned to the fire, including 35 engines, 13 handcrews, 2 helicopters and 2 aircraft. A secondary priority will be to keep the Fire south of Highway 2. There are 1,158 personnel assigned to the fire, including 119 engines, 23 handcrews, 6 helicopters, 6 aircraft, 6 dozers and 5 water tenders. Update - Wednesday, September 9 at 2:15 p.m. When Incident Command decides to issue an Evacuation Order, residents must leave. The Bobcat Fire broke out a little after noon on Sept. 6 amid triple-digit temperatures near the Cogswell Dam and the West Fork Day Use area. NOW: U.S. National Forest officials give update on the Bobcat Fire. We continue to ask for your help during the Bobcat Fire by avoiding the areas highlighted on the Evacuation Map. Bobcat Morning Update 9/19/20 Bobcat Wildfire News – 9/19/2020. But there is also a chance the fire does not. As of 7:00 a.m. this morning, the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 31,991 acres with a containment of 6%.There are currently 813 personnel assigned to the fire, including 72 engines, 18 handcrews, 5 helicopters, 4 aircraft, 7 dozers and 4 water tenders. Water movement. The southern area of the fire will be the highest priority today, given the forecasted wind direction. Please note, the lifting of an Evacuation Warning does not mean the fire is 100% contained. … It is also recommended, for the most vulnerable population, to wear masks indoors. The brush that caught fire was burning within the already burned area. When under an Evacuation Warning, residents are encouraged to remain informed and alert in the event that conditions do change. The Information Center at the Monrovia Community Center will be closed tonight, but phone lines will remain open. Containment: 15 percent. Trask is still there and firefighters thus far have been successful. Fire crews will continue working on opening dozer lines and utilizing the road system to slow progression of the fire. Please continue to conserve water. Roadblocks have been established throughout planned evacuation routes and extra police patrols are roving neighborhoods, moving non-residents and traffic. As City staff is dedicated to serving the community and protecting the public during this wildfire, the City is requesting all residents to continue to prepare for potential evacuations by doing the following: The City is planning for the possibility that the fire breaches the City limits. As a reminder, an Evacuation Warning means there is a potential threat to life and / or property. Today’s smoke layer will feel much like that of yesterday. The fire is burning in heavy fuels with a rapid rate of spread. As the Bobcat Fire continues to grow, the Incident Command Team estimates it will take longer to reach full containment. As we prepare for tonight, residents living in the evacuation area are urged to assist your emergency responders by making sure you do the following: Lastly, the Monrovia Community Center will continue to be an Information Center, taking calls overnight for residents seeking information. As the foothill area above Monrovia has not seen a fire in over 60 years, residents will notice that at certain times the fire will be more visible, especially when brush catches fire for the first time in 60 years or more. Be advised-- this is an Evacuation Warning which means there is potential threat to life and / or property. In addition to the lifted Evacuation Warning, the City of Monrovia has withdrawn from Unified Command, but will continue to assist and support in any way possible. Tonight, firefighters will remain on the fire line and multiple engines will be in neighborhoods prepared to provide structure protection, if needed. They are working to control this fire by keeping it west of Sheep Wildnerness Boundary near Azusa Canyon, east of Mt. The firefighters and strike teams will begin engaging the fire at Canyon Park today. As the smoke lifts and the fire becomes more visible in this evening, I want to share some things that we are going to see. Maintain and reinforce the southern edge in Monrovia including Canyon Park and surrounding areas. Wilson and the foothill communities. Today, the fire remained active in the western, northern, and southwestern portions. These data are used to make highly accurate perimeter maps for firefighters and other emergency personnel, but are generally updated only once every 12 hours. We have been proactively working with Department of Fish and Wildlife to develop our plans to assist injured animal when needed. Bobcat Fire: 92% Containment; All Evacuation Orders Lifted Kat Schuster 10/11/2020 Live updates: More than 85,700 coronavirus patients hospitalized nationwide, shattering records (again) Throughout the day, fire crews focused on maintaining protection on the south end of the fire, as winds pushed the fire northeast today. Burn scars from the Station, Ranch2 and Fish fires are helping moderate fire activity due to low fuel loads. Firefighting crews have spent a considerable amount of time building defensive lines on the western and southern edges of the fire, which is located directly above Monrovia. It is my goal to provide pictures of the fire and associated damage with Monrovia Canyon Park. We will continue to coordinate with SCE to postpone the outages planned for Thursday and Friday. Wilson Observatory by using strategic firing operations in conjunction with aviation assets to strengthen dozer lines. For residents knowledgeable of the terrain, the fire is near Deer Park and has been slowly burning toward Monrovia. Bobcat Fire Monrovia Overview  Today, fire operations took advantage of the favorable wind direction and focused on the most southern area of the fire, protecting the foothill communities. should have evacuation plans in place, organized their emergency evacuation supplies, and have essential evacuation personal belongings easily accessible. The steep terrain and vast quantities of brush will burn fast and hot, making the flames large! With the lack of wind, the fire will move at a slower pace, allowing for ground and air support to be able to continue to fight the fire. We need to have water supply available for as long as the fire is present. As the temperature rises as does the smoke, the fire can pick up speed or heat. Sections of this page. A helicopter was sent over the area and assessed that it was too far for the fire crew to gain access and the best approach was to let the brush burn itself out. Both the smoke and inversions have helped tamp down the fire in Monrovia during the morning and early afternoons. Firefighting crews have spent a considerable amount of time building defensive lines on the western and southern edges of the fire, which is located directly above Monrovia. It … There are currently 1,091 fire personnel assigned to the fire, including 118 engines, 19 handcrews, 5 helicopters, 4 aircraft, 8 dozers and 5 water tenders. It is important to note that at this time, there is no immediate threat to Monrovia. "It is slowly making its way downhill and there are dozens, if not hundreds, of firefighters working tirelessly to prepare. As of 9 a.m., the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 26,368 acres and is 6% contained. Wilson ridgeline. 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