Heading into the evening, Monrovia residents will see an increase in fire activities moving closer to homes, as the fire has traveled over certain ridges and will be seen across the valley. 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. This link leads to an external site which may provide additional information. The fire also finally entered Canyon Park and has burned areas including Monrovia Falls. The City stores millions of gallons of water which is used during the day and replenished constantly. This morning the Bobcat Fire is at 36,366 acres and 6% containment. Please note, the lifting of an Evacuation Warning does not mean the fire is 100% contained. The fire, which began on Sept. 6 in the Angeles National Forest, has destroyed 171 structures, including 87 residences, and damaged 47 structures, including 28 residences. As these areas burn out, we would like to assure residents that crews are nearby monitoring the situation. On the northwestern portion of the fire, crews are working from Highway 2 to Little Rock Reservoir constructing handlines and … The map below depicts the Bobcat Fire progression. It is important to note that at this time, there is no immediate threat to Monrovia. As air operations is based on visibility, and the smoke is still too dense, the fire will have three helicopters and one aircraft on standby. Accessibility Help. Firefighters worked diligently last night and into this morning with a focus on protecting Mt. The Information Center will be closed tonight and reopen tomorrow morning at 7 a.m., but a dedicated line for questions will still be available 24/7. There continues to be rapid fire growth. These crews will continue to work on slowing the progress of fire movement towards the foothill communities. As a reminder, the Monrovia Community Center is open for residents as an Information and Cooling Center, where up-to-date information can be found. Use in one or more rooms with both the doors and windows closed; Avoid using a whole-house fan or a swamp cooler with an outside air intake; Avoid using indoor or outdoor wood-burning appliances, including fireplaces and candles. Accommodations are being made for large animals at the Pomona Fairgrounds or Industry Hills Expo Center. Today’s weather is forecast to be 89 degrees and cloudy. SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 – BOBCAT FIRE Evening UPDATE 10:00 PM: The Bobcat fire has now burned 106,179 acres, burning almost 900 acres today and is now only at 13% containment. On Monday night, an Evacuation Warning was issued for foothill neighborhoods in Monrovia, including neighborhoods north of Hillcrest Boulevard and north of Greystone Avenue, along with those between Hillcrest Boulevard and Greystone Avenue, south to Foothill Boulevard. Bobcat fire mushrooms, doubling in size in one day in San Gabriel Mountains ... “It’s going to be a lot of work there today to try to keep it from grinning farther across Highway 39,” he said. The blaze has blackened 115-thousand-796 acres and is listed at 95-percent containment. If an Evacuation Order is issued, the City will assist by coordinating the evacuation in two phases. This includes pre-treating areas, cleaning hazardous vegetation and improving access points. An exception is an interior island northeast of Mt. Fire tactics used to combat the fire range from control burning to water suppression. As of 8 p.m. this evening, the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 72,757 acres and is 15% contained. Fire crews will continue working on opening dozer lines and utilizing the road system to slow progression of the fire. As such, we are making plans for potential evacuations in the event evacuation is needed. Please make those arrangements or plans to evacuate now in case an Evacuation Order is issued. The analogy I like best is when a ball is caught in a baseball mitt. This area will have high fire activity throughout the night. As the firefighting effort includes large, continuous amounts of water usage, they will draw down our City water supply IF we cannot refill. 'I live right there on that corner,'was the most common response said the officer. The time to lift the Evacuation Warning is being evaluated on a daily basis. (Photo by KYLE GRILLOT/AFP via Getty Images) (Getty Images) Throughout the day, strategic control burning was utilized in the south as fire remained very active reaching Chantry Flat in Santa Anita Canyon. The Bobcat Fire has torched more than 106,000 acres around the Angeles National Forest and is threatening Mount Wilson. The Incident Command Team’s priorities for today are –. bit.ly/2DC6K4Y. Vehicles should be fully fueled, facing out in their driveways and ready to Go! Signs will be posted at the entrance of Canyon Park and along Canyon Blvd. Please remember, weather and wind conditions can be unpredictable and the fire can kick up incredibly quickly. As a reminder, the Evacuation Warning remains in effect. 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. 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. That is a good thing. The steep terrain and vast quantities of brush will burn fast and hot, making the flames large! #Bobcat Fire Update: No structures in #Arcadia have been impacted. For residents who have prepared for evacuations and are ready...thank you. The First Phase will be all residents residing north of Hillcrest Blvd. Bobcat Fire ‘It’s gone’: 4 months after retiring from SoCal Edison, man loses home in Bobcat Fire and sues utility Local news / 2 weeks ago. The Bobcat Fire increased in size slightly overnight — from 113,733 acres to 113,986 acres — and the containment expanded from 39% to 50%, … Firefighters are working in the hills to clean up fires, suppress any remaining flames and watch for flares and startups until the hot areas begin to cool. The Bobcat Fire started on September 6th at 12:21 PM. BOBCAT FIRE CREATES 'HADES-SCAPE' AS CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE THREATENS OVER 1,000 HOMES. Residents are encouraged to remain informed and alert in the event that conditions do change, when under an Evacuation Warning. Today, fire crews will take advantage of favorable weather conditions as a Red Flag Warning for the area no longer remains in effect. When adding firefighting consumption, the tanks will not replenish as fast. According to the South Coast Air Quality Management Districts, an Evacuation Warning was issued for foothill neighborhoods in Monrovia, Angeles National Forest Facebook page: @angelesnationalforest. Acres: 103,135. In the past couple of days, the foothill cities including Monrovia have been discussing when the appropriate time would be to lift the Evacuation Warnings. Priorities for firefighters will be to hold containment lines and continue to protect Monrovia as the fire travels westward now. Please avoid driving or visiting areas near the active fires or damaged areas. Aircraft will be utilized to actively support ground resources as visibility allows. Be assured, we have many units patrolling the area and watching for fire spread. Bobcat Fire Morning Update, September 11, 2020 Bobcat Wildfire News – 9/11/2020. The northern portion of the fire has reached up into ridges near Angeles Crest Highway where retardant drops have been made. Once the information becomes available, we will share it with the community. It is exciting that we had the foresight to design our water system this way. Those residing in the area on the Evacuation Map should continue to prepare for evacuation and stay informed. The Incident Command Team’s goals for tonight remain to (1) ensure safety of first responders, (2) protect our community and critical infrastructure, and (3) provide coordinated and timely information to stakeholders, among a few others. Wilson as fire spotted west and air resources were utilized to help strengthen lines. Firefighters will be working on strengthening the lines and looking for opportunities to attack the fire directly and additional strategic firing may occur as necessary to secure the lines. Money Matters: California’s unemployment rate dropped to 11.4% in August. 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. The Bobcat fire has burned 60,557 acres of the Angeles National Forest, and is at 15% containment. The continued warm and dry conditions, along with Santa Ana winds, will contribute to active burning with erratic fire behavior. The brush fire that broke out on Sept. 6 in the Angeles National Forest destroyed 170 structures, including 28 residences, burned about 115,800 acres and was 90% contained as of Friday. Residents will notice firefighting crews working in Monrovia Canyon Park, engaging the fire in and around areas that have burned and attempting to hold the line along the southern edge of the fire. If you smell smoke or see ash due to the wildfire, here are ways to limit your exposure: We want to remind everyone that fire can spread quickly and residents should be cognizant that the fire will continue to burn throughout the day. There are currently 813 personnel assigned to the fire, including 72 engines, 18 handcrews, 4 helicopters, 4 aircraft, 7 dozers and 4 water tenders. 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. As visibility allows, aircraft operations were also active and able to monitor growth and make water drops routinely today. Based on recent reports from Unified Command, the fire has officially crossed city limits. Due to the hot spots that remain in the foothills, the Evacuation Warning remains in effect for residents of Monrovia. Wilson and the foothill communities. There are 765 personnel assigned to the fire, including 69 engines, 17 handcrews, 5 helicopters, 2 aircrafts, 5 dozers and 5 water tenders. In some cases, staff is already noticing trees falling over since the fire. Beginning Tuesday morning, September 8, 2020 at 7 a.m., the City will open the Community Center as an “Information and Cooling Center” where up-to-date information can be found. On the east side along Highway 39, the fire crews will be preparing for a strategic firing operation to strengthen the lines. Jump to. Evacuation Orders are in place in North of Los Angeles Crest North between Creek Station and Highway 39, Juniper Hills, Devil’s Punchbowl, Paradise Springs, including the area East of Devils Punch Bowl Rd, South of the Big Pines Highway, North of the Big Rock Creek and West of Jackson Lake. Continue to keep conserving and as a reminder, you can help conserve water by doing the following: Please do NOT water your lawns, rooftops, or homes. Please know that as long as there is unburned brush, these flare ups will continue to happen for some time. Call 9-1-1 if you see a new fire ignite. The Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 55,617 acres and is 9% contained. As the Team assesses the fire, conditions and terrain, strike teams, fire engines and even police officers are making contingency plans in case it does get close. If it’s an emergency, please dial 911. If an Evacuation Order is issued or if you leave your home, please DO NOT leave your irrigation systems, faucets or water spigots on. The number of the Community Center is 626-256-8246. Otherwise, firefighting efforts on the ground will continue. As a reminder, an Evacuation Warning is still in effect. The fire moved east and northeast, instead. The approach to fighting this fire, and the same approach used across our foothill communities, is to build defensible spaces using hand crews, dozer lines and Phos-Chek drops as a perimeter, allowing the fire to slowly back into the perimeter. A smoke advisory is … The area will likely burn for several weeks until it is fully extinguished by crews. Hard Closure – Closed to all traffic except Fire and Law Enforcement. When an Evacuation Warning is lifted, it does not mean the fire is 100% contained. As fire crews are working at the very top of the Spanish Canyon, residents will see an increase in flames, smoke and fire activities. Local fire departments, along with Monrovia firefighters, continued with structure protection planning and triage efforts within the foothill communities. By News Desk. Please remember, the Evacuation Warning remains in effect for Monrovia. Those who require additional time to evacuate, and those with pets and livestock should leave now. The area around Trask Boy Scout Camp is still experiencing isolated pockets of fire in the existing burn area, but it is far enough from residential areas to consider lifting the Evacuation Warning. The Incident Command team will be providing us with an update, at 7 a.m., this morning and we will share the information as soon as we can. As this work is taking place, residents will notice a heavy presence of fire crews on Norumbega Drive. We continue to ask for your help during the Bobcat Fire by avoiding the areas highlighted on the Evacuation Map. Residents will be notified of the evacuation order by the emergency alert system. We will continue to coordinate with SCE to postpone the outages planned for Thursday and Friday. For those who are seeking additional information, we encourage you to view the City’s website. Residents can expect to see plumes of smoke, throughout the day, as crews perform these mop-up operations. Similar to previous requests, we are asking for your help during the Bobcat Fire by avoiding the areas highlighted on the Evacuation Map. 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. Watch the meeting live on the Bobcat Fire YouTube Channel or on Los Angeles County Fire's Facebook page. Wilson Observatory. While the City is not ordering evacuations at this time, every resident - especially those living north of Foothill Boulevard - should prepare for the possibility. Residents should have evacuation plans in place, organize their emergency evacuation supplies and have essential evacuation personal belongings easily accessible. Firefighters were making steady progress on the 115,796-acre Bobcat Fire Thursday, with containment growing to 95%. It moved south a bit but also east and north from the foothill communities of Monrovia, Arcadia and Duarte. 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. We have millions of gallons of water not in use and ready for firefighting efforts so we will begin pumping the water across town to locations closest to hydrants used for the fire. Here is a list of ways you can help us fight this fire today –. Crews will continue to mop up and strengthen the lines on the south end of the fire. Yesterday afternoon, the fire west of Mount Wilson made a northerly push towards Highway 2 and firefighters were able to keep this in check. Subscribe Today! WEA: Within the City of Monrovia, multiple fire engines are performing work in advance of the fire, should it arrive. The brush that caught fire was burning within the already burned area. The US Forest Service has indicated there is currently zero percent containment. Thank you!". Bobcat Fire Monrovia Overview The Bobcat Fire is now at 50,539 acres and is 3% contained. The fire never made the run that we thought it could and was never closer than a mile to Hidden Valley Road. The Spanish Canyon area is thick with heavy brush, tall trees and is located in an area where burning is visible. For those who are seeking additional information, we encourage you to visit the City’s website. Operations will continue into the evening and fire operations and growth will be monitored. A containment of 6% was attained near the eastern edge of the fire. 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. Today, the focus will be to hold onto what has been accomplished over the last few days in the vicinity of the foothill communities and Mt. There is NO Evacuation Warning and NO Evacuation Order for residents residing south of Foothill Boulevard. According to the South Coast Air Quality Management Districts, the Bobcat Fire is producing substantial amounts of smoke and falling ash. The cause is still under investigation. In anticipation of more than normal traffic, roadblocks have been established throughout planned evacuation routes and an increase in police patrol will be evident. Residents are encouraged to remain prepared and alert as the Red Flag Warning is still in effect until 8 p.m. tonight. Update: Containment drops on Bobcat fire, as firefighters work to protect Mt. Even when we don't see flames on the hill, the Santa Ana winds can change the fire conditions incredibly quickly. The Second Phase will be all residents residing between Hillcrest Boulevard and Greystone Avenue, south to Foothill Boulevard. 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. The Bobcat fire has burned 60,557 acres of the Angeles National Forest, and is at 15% containment. Those residents who need more time to evacuate, please make arrangements or plans to evacuate now in case an Evacuation Order is issued. Water movement. One major area of concern is the southwest section of the fire which pushed hard to the Santa Anita Wash. This will be the last regular update of the night because we are going hunting for a lost wedding gift of a firefighter helping us keep our community safe. Firefighters are working hard to keep it on the northside of Sam The Damkeeper’s House and also north of the Nature Center. Firehawks are currently flying and performing perimeter control in the southwest portion of the fire directly above Monrovia. Due to the ongoing fire operations in area, coupled with the heavy smoke, Monrovia remains under an Evacuation Warning. This is a lawful order to leave now. According to the U.S. Forest Service, as of 9 a.m. on Tuesday, the Bobcat Fire has burned 8,553 acres and is zero percent contained. Please remember, the Evacuation Warning remains in effect for residents of Monrovia. Please continue to conserve water. After destroying multiple homes and threatening the Mount Wilson Observatory and nearby broadcast towers, the Bobcat Fire has spread to … In the northern portion of the fire, work will continue on the dozer lines that were started last night, firefighters will be scouting for additional opportunities for both indirect and direct firelines north of Highway 2. Residents can expect to see pockets of smoke from Monrovia Canyon Park during the day and possible small flames at night. The Incident Command Team, along with the representatives from each community, believe that the Bobcat Fire is no longer a potential threat to life and / or property in these Foothill communities. As of 3:40 p.m., there remains consensus that an Evacuation Warning remains. Wilson and Highway 2, residents will see and hear helicopters. We even stationed a fire engine on Hidden Valley Road to watch and monitor – Thank You Alhambra Fire Department! Small pockets of fuel remain in the burn area that will periodically burn out. Be advised-- this is an Evacuation Warning which means there is potential threat to life and / or property. The work we all did yesterday ensured that we had 90% of our water quality, quantity and pressure capacity needed to engage the fire. Please Keep Back! This is not a wind-driven event and embers are not blowing downwind. Tonight, firefighters will remain on the fire line and multiple engines will be in neighborhoods prepared to provide structure protection, if needed. Update - Tuesday, September 8 at 2:11 p.m. Today, a C-130 from Sacramento equipped with a MAFFs (Modular Airborne Firefighting System) made drops near Mt. An evacuation order was issued for residents within the area north of Angeles Crest North and between Clear Creek Station and Hwy 39. As you all know, we had to pivot this evening when reports of vehicles blocking traffic in residential neighborhoods created public safety concerns, roadblocks, and even delayed fire engines from reaching intended destination. 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. The Bobcat Fire pushed deeper into the Juniper Hills area by late afternoon, where an unknown number of homes have burned on the northeast side of the fire. Your efforts to conserve water are working...Thank You! 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. If you were affected by the power outage earlier today, that was fixed earlier this morning. They have begun engaging the fire near Trask. Due to the poor air quality, City Hall will have limited staff on-site. 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. 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 the temperature rises as does the smoke, the fire can pick up speed or heat. The Bobcat Fire, after 3 weeks of hard work, is winding down. 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. Please know, the fire will continue to burn throughout the week. As of 8 a.m. this morning, the Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 60, 557 acres and is 15% contained. Residents will continue to see multiple fire engines in the neighborhood monitoring the conditions. Thank you for doing your part and helping us conserve water! Monrovia Canyon Park and the Hillside Wilderness Preserve will remain closed until further notice. This is the eighth day of setting records for fuel dryness and this is one of the factors that has been complicating control efforts. They are speaking with residents, discussing possible control burning operations as pictured on the map below (which many of us know are a tool to “fight fire with fire”) and have staged hoses and fire engines for fire suppression. 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. The fire continues to burn so crews will continue their suppression activities. Today, fire crews will take advantage of favorable weather conditions as a Red Flag Warning for the area no longer remains in effect. Wilson and within the Angeles National Forest. This fire is surrounded by defensible space, including dozer lines, and areas recently burned from fires such as the Station Fire, Madison Fire and last month’s Dam Fire. As of 7 a.m., the fire has consumed over 4,800 acres of Angeles National Forest. 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. To the south, the fire remained active and crews continued to strengthen lines with strategic protect foothill communities as that remains a priority. Additionally, due to poor air quality, the Friday Night Street Fair and the closure of the 400 Block on Myrtle for outdoor dining is cancelled tonight. Similar to today, poor air quality due to smoke cover will continue into tomorrow. Regardless of when the Evacuation Warning lifts, we want to warn residents that they will continue to see small fires and smoke near the Trask Boy Scout Camp for a while. The National Weather Service issued a Red Flag Warning for a potential Santa Ana wind event through 10 p.m. on Monday night. These personnel, along with our Monrovia firefighters, have been working hard to protect the hillside. Bobcat Fire. Air operations will continue making retardant drops to halt the forward rate of spread. If residents are concerned or feel the fire is too close, please consider leaving. Please make those arrangements now. We received two reports of illegal drone activity. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times) 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. Monrovia Fire & Rescue will continue to patrol and perform mop-up operations, secure the area and monitor the hillside. In the wake of the Bobcat Fire, staff have received calls from concerned residents about injured wildlife in our neighborhoods. During this time, the Monrovia community may notice an increase in smoke or ash. This morning around 10:00 a.m., the City of Arcadia issued an Evacuation Order for residents living north of Elkins Ave., and east of Santa Anita Ave. Overnight, the Bobcat Fire continues to grow, moving in a northeasterly direction but is also slowly burning towards the west. If the animal is moving on its own, that may hamper the efforts of the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Handcrews and dozers are working in the areas around Mt. The Bobcat Fire has burned approximately 23,890 acres and is still 0% contained. A containment of 6% was attained near the eastern edge of the fire where there is a burn scar from the recent Ranch2 Fire, creating less intense fire behavior for fire crews. Water movement. Residents should make evacuation plans now, including overnight accommodations. We will receive another incident briefing tomorrow morning, and we will prepare to send a community update after. But please know that Monrovia staff will continue to work in the Emergency Operation Center into the night to continue to monitor conditions. Staff will respond to all inquiries the following day. If you see spot fires in Monrovia, please call 9-1-1. There are 1,285 personnel assigned to the fire, including 142 engines, 24 handcrews, 6 helicopters, 6 aircraft, 8 dozers and 4 water tenders. You have enough stress to deal with and need not worry about onlookers causing problems. 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. Incident Command watched the fire’s path of travel and forecasted contingencies for about 5-6 homes in the area at the top of Cloverleaf Drive which are difficult to access. Do not lose control of the East or North side of the fire. We encourage those who have air conditioning to turn them on and keep windows closed. Please be assured that staff are already reviewing and assessing the incident and will be working to get power back online for this area. We cannot thank them enough for their efforts to protect our community.". As many of you are aware, the US Forest Service held a community meeting tonight via ZOOM, which exceeded the 500 person capacity. email@example.com Since the beginning of the pandemic, Monrovians have found joy and inspiration by putting artistic talents to the brush and painting rocks. Active Fire Data. Evacuation Warning – Potential threat to life and/or property. As the Bobcat Fire continues to grow, the Incident Command Team estimates it will take longer to reach full containment. Over the weekend, Monrovia residents may have heard helicopters in the area. While the restoration process is expected to take some time, we will be working diligently to make Canyon Park and the HWP ready for hikers, bikers and everyone in-between. 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