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Mandatory Evacuation In Cedar Valley For Railroad Fire

OAKHURST — At 10 a.m. this morning, a mandatory evacuation order was issued for the Cedar Valley Subdivision due to a spot fire over the line from the Railroad Fire, burning just to the north of Cedar Valley.

This evacuation notice includes the following roads:

  • Cedar Valley Drive
  • Deer Run Trail
  • Lazy Oak Drive
  • Cedar Brook Road
  • Cedar Springs Road
  • Mountain Meadow Road
  • Chu Ranch Road
  • Tolladay Road
  • Jackson Road
  • Cedar Ridge Circle North and South
  • ManzanitA Drive
  • Three Springs Road
  • Lakeside Drive
  • Cedar Place

The Sheriff’s Office strongly encourages you to take important documents, plus pets and medications. You will not be allowed to return until the danger has passed.

A Red Cross shelter is being established at the Oakhurst Community Center, 39880 Road 425B.

Due to the Cedar Valley evacuation, the Central California Animal Disaster Team is re-activating a small animal shelter at the Oakhurst Community Center Pavillion Building. It should be ready by 4 p.m. Large animals can be sheltered at the Coarsegold Rodeo Grounds, at 44777 Rodeo Grounds Lane in Coarsegold. The phone number is 559-676-7864.

For large and small animal evacuations, people will need to call the Sheriff’s Office DIspatch at (559) 675-7770 to request help. CCADT will be working with Madera County Animal Control to help with evacs if needed

 

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