Blue Ridge Fire Information

UPDATED as of 10/28/2020 at 9:00am

On Monday, October 26th Southern California was under a high wind advisory, with projections of winds between 30-40 mphs, with gusts up to 80 mph in certain locations. At around 12:55 PM a fire was reported in the city of Corona in Riverside County called the Green Fire. As the fire spread into San Bernardino and Orange Counties the fire was renamed to the Blue Ridge Fire. 

  • An updating evacuation map can be found at Orange County Evacuation Map and LA County.
  • For the latest on the Blue Ridge Fire, you can visit CalFire.
  • Sign up for emergency alerts at AlertOC.
  • For school closures, check your school district’s website.
  • To hear from the Public Information Officers, please visit their twitter page here.
  • If you’re impacted by a power shutoff, check with SoCal Edison


Orange County

Yorba Linda

  • Live updates on the Blue Ridge Fire can be found on the City of Yorba Linda website
  • A temporary evacuation point for displaced Yorba Linda residents has been established at the Thomas Lasorda Jr. Field House located at 4701 Casa Loma Ave, Yorba Linda, CA 92886. 
  • Small animals may be brought to OC Animal Care Services at 1630 Victoria Road in the City of Tustin. 
  • If you have larger animals, such as horses, please contact the staff at the Tommy Lasorda Jr. Field House by calling 714-961-7192
  • Also follow the city of Yorba Linda on Twitter or the latest updates. 


San Bernardino County

Chino Hills

  • See the latest updates on Twitter from the Chino Valley Fire Department.
  • Visit the City of Chino Hills Twitter account for updates here
  • Residents who are in the mandatory evacuation areas may utilize the Emergency Shelter where City and County agencies, along with the American Red Cross, can provide food, emergency hotel vouchers and evacuation facilities for both large and small domesticated animals. The Center is located at Chino Hills Community Center at 14250 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709.
  • The Chino Hills specific portion of the Evacuation Map can be found here.
  • The Chino Valley Fire District continues to ask residents to create a fire profile for their residents and those who live in the same home. The profile will help the Fire District to respond better to your home in any kind of an emergency. You can create a profile here.
  • Chino Hills residents who are under evacuation orders--especially those who are on the west side of the fire--may also drive to the evacuation centers in Placentia, Brea, and Yorba Linda:

Emergency Evacuation Center
500 Bradford, Placentia, CA 92870

Emergency Evacuation Center
695 Madison Way, Brea, CA 92821

Emergency Evacuation Center
4701 Casa Loma Ave, Yorba Linda, CA 92886

LA County

Diamond Bar

  • Evacuation Warning has been issued in the area south of Diamond Bar. Those in the area should be prepared for a potential evacuation by gathering loved ones and supplies. 
  • Monitor local news, our social media channels and for the latest information. 
  • The American Red Cross has established a Temporary Evacuation Point at the Chino Hills Community Center at 14250 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709.
  • For the latest info, check out the following: City of Diamond Bar on Twitter