Sept. 7, 2011
The Figueroa Fire has now burned 698 acres and is 100% contained. Precautionary evacuations of Figueroa have been lifted. Crews monitor last night and no significant fire activity was observed.
Today, the Type 3 Organization (Tom Plymale, IC Type 3) took command of the fire this morning at 0600 hours, 9-7-2011, from CCIIMT7 (Jim Smith). Over the next couple of days, the weather will become hotter and dryer, along with gusty winds over the fire area.
Fire Size: 698 acres
Air Tankers: 0
Total Personnel: 166
The entire Los Padres National Forest is currently in stage II fire restrictions. Contact the Ranger District nearest to your destination in the forest for a complete explanation of local restrictions.
Monterey Ranger District 406 S. Mildred St. King City, CA 93930 Voice: 831-385-5434 Fax: 831-385-0628 Tty: 831-385-1189 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday
Santa Lucia Ranger District 1616 N. Carlotti Dr. Santa Maria, CA 93454 Voice: 805-925-9538 Fax: 805-961-5781 Tty: 805-925-7388 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday
Santa Barbara Ranger District 3505 Paradise Rd. Santa Barbara, CA 93105 Voice: 805-967-3481 Fax: 805-967-7312 Tty: 805-967-7337 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday
Ojai Ranger District 1190 E. Ojai Ave. Ojai, CA 93023 Voice: (805) 646-4348 Fax: 805-646-0484 Tty: 805-646-3866 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday
Mt. Pinos Ranger District 34580 Lockwood Valley Rd. Frazier Park, CA 93225 Voice: 661-245-3731 Fax: 661-245-1526 Tty: 661-245-0521 8:00am - 4:30pm Sunday - Saturday
|Date of Origin||Saturday September 03rd, 2011 approx. 01:00 PM|
|Location||S/E of Santa Maria|
|Incident Commander||Tom Plymale (usfs)|
|Estimated Containment Date||Monday September 05th, 2011 approx. 12:00 AM|
3 Tall Grass (2.5 Feet) Riperian.
No significant fire activity.
No significant events today.
Patrol and mop-up as needed. Continue to repair and maintain the roads in the Sisquoc Drainage.
The Type 3 Organization (Tom Plymale, IC Type 3) took command of the fire this morning at 0600 hours 9-7-2011, from CCIIMT7 (Jim Smith). Over the next couple of days, the weather will become hotter and dryer, along with gusty winds over the fire area. Current resources assigned to the fire: Crews:2 Engines:3 Helicopters:2 Dozers:1 Water Tenders:3 Total Personnel:166
|Wind Conditions||5 to 10 mph E|