Caldor Fire

Webpage last updated September 11, 2021 at 9:28 am

For residents returning back to their homes, a resource page and repopulation documents have been created. Click here to be redirected.

Douglas County Preacuationary Warnings have been lifted 

Effective September 11, 2021, 12:00 p.m.

The following areas are no longerwarning:

•             Upper Kingsbury (South)

•             Upper Kingsbury (North)

•             Central Kingsbury

•             Lower Kingsbury

Road Closure Changes
Click here to view the status of Nevada Roads


Douglas County Community and Senior Center has closed as a shelter site.  The shelter will re-open should evacuations occur again.

Caldor Fire Contact Information

Public Phone line: 530-303-2455
Hours: 8am-8pm

Media Contact: 530-497-0315
Hours: 8am-8pm

Safety Message
Local and state officials are reminding residents and visitors to practice extreme caution while traveling on the roadways and to allow enough braking distance between cars to avoid collisions due to extreme smoke. Please refrain from traveling to the affected areas to ensure responders are not being blocked.

Should evacuations occur, you will receive an emergency alert notification on your phone, and may be asked to leave your home by emergency responders. It is not recommended to wait for someone to visit your home. If you feel unsafe, leave the area. If you do not have a cell phone or landline, please keep in contact with friends, neighbors, co-workers, and family

Click on the following links to visit sites for the latest  #CaldorFire advisory information:
- Inciweb
- Caldor Fire Information Website

- CAL Fire Daily YouTube Updates, 7am daily
- CAL Fire Daily Community Zoom Meetings, 5pm daily
- CAL Fire Twitter
- El Dorado National Forest Twitter
- Douglas County Facebook
- Douglas County Twitter
- Douglas County News/Announcements
- DEM Link Tree