California Fire Map: List of Fires Near Me Right Now [June 11]

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Fires in California continue to be an issue this season, with many active wildfires burning in the state. What is the current condition of fires in California? Read on for more details about fires around the state as of June 11. News on the fires is constantly changing, so keep an eye on your local news too.

This article first includes interactive maps for all of California. Then the second section details specific fires in the region in alphabetical order.


Interactive Map of California Fires

This map below is an interactive map of the more significant fires in California, consistently updated and provided by CAL FIRE and Google. Fires in red are active and fires in black are contained. If the map doesn’t show below, just go here.

Here’s Inciweb’s map. See the full map here.

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Next are more specific details on the fires for June 11, 2019. If you are looking for a specific fire, search for the name so you can find it faster, or just scroll down and look at the fires, listed in alphabetical order.


List of Active Fires in California on June 11, 2019

Here are the active fires and updates about them. Most of these are in alphabetical order, except the Los Angeles fire which is listed first.

66 Fire

The 66 Fire is off Avenue 66 in Thermal in Riverside County. It’s 77 acres as of the end of May and still listed on Cal Fire’s map. It was first reported on May 29 and was 75 percent contained as of May 30. Forward progression was stopped. On May 31 the fire was transitioned to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Bitter Fire

The Bitter Fire in San Luis Obispo County was fully contained at 120 acres on June 10. It was at Bitterwater Road east of Paso Robles.

Bluff Mesa Prescribed Burn

Listed on Inciweb, this is a prescribed fire to help prevent wildfires from getting out of control.

Calaveras Fire

This fire is off Calaveras Road and Weller Road, according to CalFire’s map. It’s east of Milpitas in San Clara County. The fire is 35 acres and 80 percent contained, with forward spread stopped.

Cedar Central Prescribed Burn

Listed on Inciweb, this is a prescribed fire to help prevent wildfires from getting out of control.

Concord Fire (Willow Fire)

A new fire erupted on Monday, June 10 near Willow Pass and Lynnwood Drive in Concord, California. It was 10 acres but structures were threatened. The smell from the fire reached Orinda at one point.

The fire was just south of Highway 4, near homes at the Concord Naval Weapons Station. The good news is that the fire was fully contained after growing to about 25 acres.

Jordan Fire

Listed by Inciweb, this fire is in the Golden Trout Wilderness area near Jordan Hot Springs. It’s 300 acres and was caused by lightning. It’s 26 miles southwest of Lone Pine, California.

Inciweb wrote: “Being in the old fire scar makes direct firefighting tactics difficult due to the amount of standing dead trees, dead and down logs, and thick decadent brush. Crews will be shuttled in by helicopter today to assess conditions and to identify tactics that can be safely employed. 1 helicopter, 2 crews, and 1 engine are committed to the fire with more resources on order. The Inyo National Forest’s Type 3 Organization has been activated.”

Inciweb also noted: “Smoke has been impacting the Kernville area, especially at night, however no other smoke impacts have been reported.”

Kern River Ranger District Prescribed Burn

Listed on Inciweb, this is a prescribed fire to help prevent wildfires from getting out of control.

Levee Fire

Listed by Cal Fire, this is off Highway 20 and E 22nd Street in Marysville in Yuba County. About seven to eight homes were evacuated along Simpson Lane and Levee Road on Saturday, CBS reported. Those evacuation orders were later lifted and the fire is now 100 percent contained even though it’s still listed as active on CalFire’s map. To stay updated on fires in this area, you can listen to the Yuba City and Sutter Counties Fire Dispatch or follow on the Yuba County Wildfire Incidents Facebook page.

Malech Fire

This fire on Malech Road and Bailey Road is in south San Jose in Santa Clara County. It’s 210 acres and 85 percent contained according to Cal Fire on June 10.

Nelson Fire

This fire is off Cordelia Road and Link Road in Fairfield in Solano County. It’s 25 acres and 50 percent contained. Here’s the location on a map:

Updates have not been issued for the fire recently, but it is still listed on Cal Fire’s map.

Pauma Fire

This newer fire, listed on CalFire’s map, is off Highway 76 and Pauma Valley Drive in Pauma Valley in San Diego Valley. It’s 15 acres and 85 percent contained.

Sand Fire

Sand Fire

CalFireSand Fire

Listed by Cal Fire, this fire is off County Road 41 and Highway 16 in Rumsey in western Yolo County. It was 125 acres on June 8, but has since grown to 2,512 acres as of June 11. The fire is 60 percent contained, which is a 30 percent improvement over the day before. This is a good sign.

It was first reported Saturday at 2:37 p.m. North winds are helping the fire grow. Highway 16 at Guinda was closed off because of the flames, Sacbee reported.

The cause is unknown. It’s several miles north of areas where PG&E shut down power earlier on Saturday. According to Cal Fire on June 10 at 10:53 a.m.: “Firefighters are currently working a wildland fire in the Capay Valley near the town of Guinda. The fire was reported at a rapid rate of spread and is on steep brush covered slopes. Weather in the area is expected to be hotter with gusty winds up to 20 mph.”

The area is still under an evacuation advisory, but repopuluation is occurring. Highway 16 is closed between Rumsey and Highway 20. The map below shows road blocks in the area.

SHF Lightning Fires 2019

A series of small forest fires have ignited in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest area, caused by lightning. Here’s the incident list from Inciweb:

  • 06/04/2019 15:13 PORTER Lat, Lon – 41 3.876, -122 38.454 Geographic – S of Bonanza King north of Trinity Lake, 3 acres, Controlled 06/06/19 1450
  • 06/03/2019 17:42 GROUSE Lat,Lon – 40 24.882, -123 22.068 Geographic – NW of Forest Glen on the Trinity River Management Unit, .25 acreage, Declared out on 06/05/19 0856
  • 06/03/2019 17:24 DEVIL Lat,Lon – 40 18.888, -123 17.484 Geographic NW of Horse Ridge on the Trinity River Management Unit, 0.10 acres, Declared out on 06/07/19 1344
  • 06/03/2019 14:48 PICKETT Lat,Lon – 40 21.486, -123 23.172 Geographic SW of Forest Glen on the Trinity River Management Unit, .34 acreage, Declared out on 06/05/19 at 1230
  • 06/02/2019 16:44 RUSH Lat,Lon 40 49.596, -122 51.330, Geographic between Tannery Gulch and Hwy 3 on the Trinity River Management Unit, 01 acreage, Declared out on 06/10/19 1213

Sky Fire (Six Flags Magic Mountain Fire)

A brush fire in the Santa Clarita area caused evacuations to be issued for Six Flags Magic Mountain on Sunday. The fire has been 90 percent contained, KTLA 5 reported. It started around noon on Sunday near The Old Road and Sky View Lane, about a mile from the park, and burned to about 100 acres.

Stuhr Fire

This fire, listed by Cal Fire, was off Interstate 5 and Pete Miller Road, southwest of Newman in Stanislaus County. It’s 600 acres and now 100 percent contained. Updates can be found on the Stanislaus County Wildfire Incidents Facebook page.

Thomas Mountain Prescribed Burn

Listed on Inciweb, this is a prescribed fire to help prevent wildfires from getting out of control.

West Butte Fire  (Sutter North Fire)

Listed on the Cal Fire map, this fire is off North Butte Road and West Butte Road, northeast of Colusa in Sutter County. It started June 8, 2019. Follow the Sutter County Facebook page for updates. On June 9 an update was shared that the fire had grown to 1,300 acres and was 80 percent contained. It is also called the Sutter North Fire.

This is a developing story.