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The Entire City Of South Lake Tahoe Under Mandatory Evacuations

Evacuation warnings are being upgraded to evacuation orders Monday for South Lake Tahoe. Cal Fire AEU issued the newest warnings at 11am Monday after an intense weekend of fire growth. A red flag warning is in place for the Northern Sierras and Southern Cascades. Barton Memorial Hospital was evacuated Sunday and hospital officials their emergency room is now closed. Cal Fire confirms Monday that 472 homes and 11 commercial properties have been burned in the path of the Caldor Fire while over 20,000 structures remain threatened.

KCRA's list of evacuations orders:

Heavenly: East of Pioneer Trail between Larch and Al Tahoe, to include the area of Heavenly Ski Resort out to the Alpine County Line and the Nevada State line on the East.

Stateline: East of Ski run on the lake side of Pioneer Trail and also both sides of Pioneer Trail between Larch and the Nevada State line.

Tahoe Keys: All residences with the Tahoe Keys community and all residents accessed from the streets connected to Tahoe Keys Boulevard, staying east of Third Street.

Tahoe Island: East of Highway 50/Highway 89 at the at the Lake Tahoe Blvd and Highway 89 Highway 50 intersection. This includes the area of Barton Hospital and the area of Winnemucca to the "Y." Also north of Highway 50 west of Tahoe Keys Boulevard following along the north side of Highway 89 through the end of town prior to Pope Beach.

Al Tahoe: All residences off of Lakeview, which is west of Highway 50, north of Blue Lakes Road and east of Tahoe Keys Neighborhood.

Sierra Tract: All residences on both sides of Highway 50 for the streets connected to O’Malley, Lodi, Silver Dollar and Rubicon Trail.

Bijou: The residences between Al Tahoe on the east side of Johnson Boulevard to include the streets of Treehaven and Fremont and extending to the east in to all residences west of Ski Run and east of Pioneer Trail.

Tahoma: The section from Emerald Bay north to the Placer County line in Tahoma, extending west to the border of Desolation Wilderness.

Fallen Leaf: The area from Sawmill Road at Lake Tahoe Boulevard extending north to Pope Beach. Along the water’s edge to Eagle Point. From Eagle Point west, to Desolation Wilderness, across Emerald Bay.

Pioneer: This is the area north of Elks Club along Highway 50 and the west side of Pioneer Trail, also including the streets of Hekpa, excluding the residences west of the airport. This segment includes all residences accessed from Jicarilla, Washoan and Glen Eagles. This also includes the Golden Bear neighborhood, and the neighborhoods of Cold Creek Trail, High Meadows and Marshall Trail.

Gardner Mountain: Northwest of the South Lake Tahoe Airport and west of the Highway 50/Lake Tahoe Blvd and Highway 89 intersection to include the South Lake Tahoe High School, Tahoe Verde and the streets accessed from 5th through 15th street south of Highway 89.

Trimmer: The area east of Pioneer Trail to the Alpine County line stopping south of Heavenly Ski Resort, excluding all residences off of Pioneer Trail.

Evacuation Shelters:

  • Douglas County Community Center: 1329 Waterloo Lane, Gardnerville, NV -At capacity
  • Truckee Veterans Hall: 10214 High Street, Truckee, CA

Small Animal Evacuation Shelters:

  • Douglas County Animal Services: 921 Dump Road, Gardnerville, NV (775) 782-9061
  • East to West Coast Grooming: 1368 Hwy 395, Unit B1, Gardnerville, NV (775) 450-1743
  • Douglas County Animal Services (livestock): Douglas County Fairgrounds, 920 Dump Road, Gardnerville, NV (775) 782-9061





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