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Wildfire Updates and Information for Santa Clarita Valley

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Station Fire in Acton, August 30, 2009 (Note photos of smoke taken from Vasquez Rocks and Saugus)


Santa Clarita 2007 Wildfires
Station Fire Photos Taken August 30, 2009


FIRE RESOURCES PAGES
Santa Clarita Guide is an information resource, and therefore provides the following links to local news and government sources.

Whether the fire is here in Southern California or threatening friends and loved ones in another state, you're connected here with the latest info!

Santa Clarita Valley Fire Updates
When fire threatens the City of Santa Clarita, City officials update their residents on the web and through automated systems for valley residents who have opted in for the service.

Santa Clarita Valley News Sources
Santa Clarita Guide's Newsfeed
KHTS Radio Station
The Signal Newspaper


Los Angeles County Fire Department Fire Updates
Up to date reports on fires managed by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, including maps and evacuations. Please be patient, as updates of this web page may take several hours during a new event.

Los Angeles County News Source
KTLA
KTLA is known for offering full fire coverage in Santa Clarita Valley and expanding beyond Santa Clarita.


California Fire Incidents Maps
View different incident maps including a statewide overview map that shows the locations of all current fires burning in California. You can also get helpful links related to wildfires.


GEOMAC Wildland Fire Support
The Geospatial Multi-Agency Coordination Group or GeoMAC, is an internet-based mapping application originally designed for fire managers to access online maps of current fire locations and perimeters in the conterminous 48 States and Alaska. Using a standard web browser, fire personnel can view this information to pinpoint the affected areas. With the growing concern of western wildland fires in the summer of 2000, this application has also become available to the public.


USDA Forest Service Large Incident Map
View an interactive map of the country's wildfires.


National Incident Report
The InciWeb site is an interagency service being offered to provide the public access to a centralized, standardized "one-stop-shop" site for current wildland fire information.


National Fire News
You'll find updates here on large fires all over the United States.


WILDFIRES - PREPARATION IS KEY
Preparation is the key to surviving a wildfire, for both your home and your family. Provided by the City of Santa Clarita Emergency Services.


2007 In Review
2007 was a difficult year for residents facing wildfires in Santa Clarita. But the firefighters, once again, did an awesome job in protecting both citizens and property.

Unfortunately, some homes were lost. But considering the combination of a three-year drought and severe winds, the outcome was nothing short of spectacular.