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Saturday, October 19, 2013

Sierra National Forest Fire Restrictions Lifted In Low And Moderately Hazardous Areas.

Sierra National Forest Fire Restrictions - Partially Lifted As Of Oct 18, 2013

FIRE RESTRICTIONS LIFTED IN LOW AND MODERATE FIRE HAZARD AREAS


Clovis, CA – Due to cooler, wetter weather conditions and predictions of stable or cooling conditions into the future, fire restrictions on the Sierra National Forest have been partially lifted.

Fire restrictions in low and moderate fire hazard areas, as stated in the 2013 Sierra National Forest Fire Restriction Order 15-13-08, are now cancelled.

Current Road Conditions

 Current as of August 20, 2013          
Status RoadComments
OpenMinarets Road (FR) 81 Sierra Vista Scenic Byway (4S81) 
OpenBeasore (FR 7) from Bass Lake (5S07) 
OpenBig Creek (10S02) 
OpenBig Fir Road (10S13) 
OpenBlack Rock (11S12) 
OpenCentral Camp (6S42) 
OpenCourtright (10S16)   
OpenDinkey Creek Road (Fresno County) 
OpenDinkey-Trimmer (10S69) 
OpenGarnet Dyke (12S01) 
OpenGrizzly Road (FR 6S01) 
OpenHuntington Lake County Road 
OpenKaiser Pass Road (5S80) 
OpenMcKinley Grove Road (11S40)

OpenPatterson Mtn. Road (10S24) 
OpenPeckinpah-Whisky Falls (FR 8S09) 
OpenProvidence Creek (10S17) 
OpenRock Creek (9S09) 
OpenRodgers Ridge (11S07) 
OpenRoss Crossing (10S24) 
OpenSan Joaquin Railroad Grade (8S08) 
OpenSky Ranch Road (FR 10) (6S10) 
OpenSky Ranch Road (6S10X) 
OpenStump Springs Road (7S05) 
OpenWhisky Falls Road (FR 8S70)

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