Hill and Woolsey Fire 11/9

Our hearts are with colleagues, friends and neighbors living in Ventura County, as our communities grieve the violence of this week in Thousand Oaks and now ongoing fire evacuations.

Road closures and evacuations are ongoing as of 4:30 p.m. today (Nov. 9).

Mandatory evacuations remain in effect for about 100,000 homes in Hill and Woolsey fire areas in Ventura County and LA County:

Mandatory Fire Evacuations:

Hill Fire

  • Point Mugu Naval Base
  • Camarillo Springs
  • Vallecito Trailer Park
  • California State University Channel Islands
  • Dos Vientos
  • South Coast

Woolsey Fire

  • Bell Canyon Oak Park
  • Thousand Oaks – T.O. Blvd north to Sunset Hills, from Oak Park west to Highway 23
  • West of Highway 23 – south of E. Olsen Road, north of Pederson Rd.
  • South of Bard Lake,  east of Highway 23
  • South of Highway 101, east of Reino Rd., north of Potrero Rd., east to the L.A./Ventura County line
  • Wood Ranch and Long Canyon

 Voluntary Fire Evacuation Area:  Simi Valley – Long Canyon, Bridal Path, Wood Ranch

The Woolsey Fire has burned more than 14,000 acres and jumped the 101 around Liberty Canyon Road. It is burning toward the ocean near Malibu and the Ventura County line area. The Hill Fire has burned about 6,000 acres and is burning into previously burned areas in the Conejo Grade area. That is slowing the Hill Fire’s progress today.

Road closures in Ventura and LA County areas:

  • Hwy 101 east of Reyes Adobe Rd. to Valley Circle Blvd.
  • Hwy 1 (Pacific Coast Hwy)
  • Bell Canyon Rd. at Valley Circle Blvd.
  • Borchard at Los Vientos Dr.
  • Lynn Rd. at Reino Rd.
  • Potrero Rd. is closed between Rancho Dos Vientos and S. Lewis Rd.
  • Kanan Rd. Between Westlake Bl. and Lindero Canyon Rd.
  • Falling Star Ave. at Kanan Rd.
  • Erbes Rd. at Avenida De Los Flores
  • Erbes Rd. at Sapra St.
  • Erbes Rd. at El Monte Dr.
  • Blackbird Ave. at Lindero Canyon Rd.

To see updates as information changes, go to: vcemergency.com
This site includes information on evacuation center locations, animal evacuation shelters, school closures and N95 mask distribution sites for the communities impacted.

For disaster preparedness information, visit: vcfd.org/ready-set-go

At Cottage Health, we continue our focus and dedication to patient care throughout this difficult time for those in the Ventura and LA County areas.

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