Incident Updates

Carr Fire

Delta-Hirz-Kerlin

Helena Fire


Deadwood Road Reopened November 26, 2018.

Deadwood Road had been closed East of Lewiston effective November 21, 2018 due to potential flood conditions. As of November 26, 2018, Deadwood Road has reopened. 


Deadwood Road closed East of Lewiston - November 21, 2018

Due to a Flash Flood Warning in effect in Trinity County, and the potential impact to burn areas, the Trinity County Department of Transportation (DOT) has closed Deadwood Road East of Lewiston.

Air Quality Public Service Announcement - November 14, 2018 (NCUAQMD)

Depending on weather conditions, smoke impacts from the Camp Fire in Butte County may occur in areas of Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity County. This fire is currently at 135,000 acres with 35% containment. Click the link above for more information.

EPA Wildfire air quality guide for schools NCUAQMD rev 4-18 (PDF)

Health Recommendations for Schools, Coaches, and Event Coordinators regarding student exposure to fine particles (smoke and dust) air pollution


CAL FIRE News Release - Fall Heating Safety - October 30, 2018

Fall Heating Safety

The California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection/Shasta County Fire Department (CAL FIRE/SCFD) advises residents to maintain and inspect their heating systems prior to using them this fall.

See attached News Release for more information.


CAL FIRE News Release - Burn Suspension in Effect - October 29, 2018

Residents are reminded that outdoor residential burning within the State Responsibility Area of Shasta and Eastern Trinity Counties is still prohibited. The suspension has been effective since June 11, 2018 at 8:00 a.m., and bans all residential outdoor burning of landscape debris such as branches and leaves. There is not an estimated date for lifting the burn suspension.

See attached News Release for more information.


We are in fire season, please remain vigilant and call 911 if you see plumes of smoke where there shouldn't be.

Everyone has been doing a fantastic job reporting quickly and please understand it truly makes a difference for the firefighters to get on scene as soon as possible when a fire breaks out. The sooner they get there, the easier it is to get it under control.

With the heat rising and the already dry conditions, we need to be especially careful out there.

thank you for taking care of our County!

Trinity OES