The following information was recorded on 6/18/13 at 10:30PM
The following areas are open for re-entry as of 8 pm on June 18, 2013:
The Lushmeadow’s sub-division and immediate area that was subject to evacuation order last evening.
This includes Darrah Road from Triangle to Valley View including Nickel Plate Road. Triangle Road from Darrah to East Westfall and the entire Lushmeadow’s subdivision.
BE SURE to bring some form of identification to the entry point that shows proof of residency.
- Non-residents are not allowed into the area at this time.
Domestic livestock and pets:
- Domestic livestock and/or pets that are housed at the Mariposa County Fairgrounds can be retrieved between 9 AM and 11 PM beginning June 18, 2013.
- Animals housed at the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Animal Control facility can be retrieved between 9 AM and 5PM beginning on June 19, 2013.
- If assistance is required please telephone 209-742-4300.
Public Safety Officials are continuing to evaluate conditions in an effort to see that residents of the remaining evacuated areas can return home as soon as it is safe.
***The Jerseydale / Mariposa Pines residential area continues to remain under evacuation order.
***The northern side of Triangle Road between State route 140 and Jerseydale road, including all North intersecting roads will remain under evacuation order.
The following roads are closed: Jerseydale Rd., Memory Ln., Carter Rd., Buckingham Mountain Rd., Triangle Rd. from Highway 140 to Darrah Rd. is open to south Triangle Rd. residents ONLY.
An evacuation shelter has been established at the Mariposa Elementary School at 5044 Jones Street in Mariposa.
The American Red Cross Shelter is open and can take in families with pets due to the co-location of the pet shelter at the Mariposa Elementary School.
Mutual aid Law Enforcement Officers are assisting the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office with security and services to the affected fire areas. They are working in partnership with Sheriff’s deputies to ensure public safety.
Carstens Fire information is available at 209-966-4784.
A Health Alert has also been issued regarding the expectation of increased smoke and ash.
- Everyone, but especially people with heart or lung disease (including asthma) older adults and children should limit time spent outdoors and limit prolonged or heavy exertion and exercise when smoke is present.
This Health Alert is in effect until revised as conditions warrant.
This information will be updated as the situation changes.
For ongoing updates and information, you may call 966-1133 or 888-966-1133 or visit the Mariposa County Website