Cal Fire: Glass Fire 100% contained at more than 67,000 acres

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NAPA COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) — The Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties, which started early Sept. 27 and forced evacuations, has grown to 67,484 acres and is 100% contained, according to Cal Fire.

Two other fires in the area quickly merged with the Glass Fire.

At least 1,555 structures have been destroyed in the fire and 282 damaged.

Evacuation orders were issued for thousands of people, including the entire city of Calistoga.

A local assistance center has opened at Napa County Health and Human Services campus, 2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Building A in Napa.

Napa County

Click or tap here for Napa County’s Evacuation Orders and Warnings Map.

See below for the most recent updates on evacuation orders in Napa County.

October 14, 2020 Evacuation Order Updates:

  • Evacuation orders have been lifted in the following areas west of St. Helena:
    • All addresses on Diamond Mountain Road
    • All addresses on Spring Mountain Road
    • All addresses on White Sulphur Springs Road

Sonoma County:

Click here for Sonoma County’s Evacuation Orders and Warnings Map

As of Oct. 19, all evacuation orders in Sonoma County have been lifted.

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