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Fairfield, CA Police Department
Thursday October 12th, 2017 :: 12:43 p.m. PDT


(Fairfield, CA) Atlas Fire Update for City of Fairfield Residents 10/12/17 12:30 pm

Atlas Fire Update for City of Fairfield Residents
10/12/17 12:30 pm

The following is an update on the Atlas Fire and evacuation in the vicinity of Fairfield. There has been no change in status within Fairfield city limits.

The fire remains active on the ridgetop above Mason Rd. in unincorporated Solano and Napa Counties, and is progressing slowly and behaving predictably. Some residents have reported seeing flames on the ridgetop. The Fairfield Fire Department and allied agencies including CAL Fire have plenty of resources patrolling the area and are monitoring the fire closely. They are prepared to take action if the fire threatens structures within Fairfield city limits. There is no imminent threat to structures located within Fairfield city limits at this time. The fire is outside of the city limits.

There is still a voluntary evacuation order for the Eastridge neighborhood. All other residents on the west side of Interstate 80 are advised to be prepared to evacuate.

There are two evacuation shelters open in Fairfield at the Allan Witt Park Sports Complex and Fairfield High School. Both have plenty of space and adequate food available.

We have been receiving offers to provide food, clothing, and monetary donations from our very generous community, however we currently have adequate resources for those displaced by the fire. For those seeking to make donations, we encourage them to contact the American Red Cross (800) 435-7669, or (800) Help-NOW. 

An information line has been established to answer questions for residents. (707) 428-7320

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For information on the fire, follow this link:…/incidentdetails/…/1866

The Fairfield Emergency Operations Center is fully staffed and police officers and firefighters are on duty, in the field, monitoring the fire and ready to respond to any changing conditions  that develop throughout the day.


Fairfield, CA Police Department
1000 Webster St
Fairfield, CA 94533

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

Sg. Jeff Osgood

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