Evacuation centers, emergency numbers and more
As the Creek Fire continues to burn and spread in Fresno and Madera Counties, resources are being made available for those affected by the blaze. Information on evacuation centers, emergency contacts for missing persons and more can be found below. This list will be updated as more resources become available.
Note: The Red Cross moved its Oakhurst evacuation center to Mariposa.
EVACUATION ZONE MAP: Click here to see the current evacuation zone for the Creek Fire
You can register for evacuation alerts on the following sites.
Note: The Clovis Rodeo Grounds has reached capacity. The shelters for small animals at the Fresno Fairgrounds is now closed.
Residents who've had their water systems damaged by the Creek Fire can pick up free bottled water from the following locations:
Water can be picked up daily from 9 am to 4 pm. Bathrooms are also available for use.
Email email@example.com with full name, phone number, vehicle description, license Plate number, name(s) on vehicle registration, location of vehicle, current address
China Peak, Mono Hot Springs, Edison Lake, Florence Lake
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with full name, phone number, vehicle description, license Plate number, name(s) on vehicle registration, location of vehicle, current address
For missing persons, contact the Fresno County Sheriff's Office at 559-600-3111 or the Madera County Sheriff's Office at 559-658-2555.
If your post office was forced to close due to the Creek Fire, the U.S. Postal Service has released information on how to pick up your mail. Click here for more.
The Creek Fire and dozens of other wildfires burning in California has caused a heavy layer of smoke to settle in the air. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is tracking how the smoke is moving across the state and West Coast.
Click here to track the wildfire smoke in your area.
See how the wildfire smoke is impacting air travel in California. Click here to track current flight routes.
For the latest developments on the Creek Fire, click here.