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Fairfield, CA Police Department
Tuesday October 10th, 2017 :: 06:19 p.m. PDT
Advisory

UPDATE: Atlas Fire (6:05 pm) Expanded Mandatory Evacuation Area to include Gordon Valley.

***The following information is from the Solano County Office of Emergency Services***** 

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SOLANO COUNTY ATLAS FIRE 6PM UPDATE **READ ENTIRE POST** 
At this time, the Atlas Fire has crested the ridge at Twin Sisters Road in Solano County. 

**NEW** MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDERS 

The fire has jumped to Wooden Valley Road and is moving southeast. There is a now a MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER placed for Gordon Valley Rd, Williams, Lambert and Clayton Rd in Solano County. Deputies are currently evacuating the area at this time. 

FIRE FIGHTING RESOURCES ARE IN PLACE 
 Cal Fire is constructing fire lines, mobilizing resources, including air-support, and is actively fighting the fire.  

CAL FIRE UPDATE ON STRUCTURES 
There is a report that multiple structures are threatened. Structures involved could mean outhouse, shed or residential house. At this point, Cal Fire is unable to verify what type of structures are threatened.  

WHAT WILL THE COMMUNITY SEE / HEAR? 
 Members of the community may see increased smoke production and first responders fighting the fire. They may also hear equipment as well as aircraft in the area. 
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SOLANO COUNTY ATLAS FIRE 2:50 PM UPDATE **READ ENTIRE POST**

At this time the Atlas Fire has crested the ridge at Twin Sisters Road in Solano County.
 
WHAT IS THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE DOING?
The Sheriff’s Office has deputies that are going door-to-door on Twin Sisters Road, reverifying any remaining inhabitants and urging them to leave immediately.
 
FIRE FIGHTING RESOURCES ARE IN PLACE
Cal Fire is constructing fire lines, mobilizing resources, including air-support, and is actively fighting the fire. 
 
CAL FIRE UPDATE ON STRUCTURES
Cal Fire is preparing to mount structure defense, should the need arise.  At this time no structures are in immediate danger.
 
WHAT WILL THE COMMUNITY SEE / HEAR?
Members of the community may see increased smoke production and first responders fighting the fire.  They may also hear equipment as well as aircraft in the area.

Address/Location
Fairfield, CA Police Department
1000 Webster St
Fairfield, CA 94533

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-428-7300

Sgt. Jeff Osgood
PIO
josgood@fairfield.ca.gov
707-428-7444

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