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Lilac Fire Update

12/8/2017 (Permalink)

Current Lilac Fire Shelters taken from SDICRed Cross twitter as of 12/8 9:13AM

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Lilac Fire Incident Information

Last Updated: December 08, 2017 9:20 am 

Date/Time Started: December 07, 2017 11:15 am

Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE San Diego Unit

County: San Diego County

Location: Old Hwy 395 at Dulin Road, Bonsall

Acres Burned - Containment: 4,100 acres -  0% acres

Structures Destroyed: 65

Injuries: 2 firefighters, 4 civilian

Long/Lat: -117.1630/33.3237

Firefighters continue to make progress and assess damages.


Mandatory Evacuations: 

  • area of W. Lilac Rd. & Sullivan Middle School.
  • South of Burma Rd.
  • East of Wilshire
  • North of N. River Rd.
  • West of S. Mission Ave.
  • South of Renche Rd.
  • West of I-15 Freeway
  • East of Green Canyon Rd. & S. Mission Rd.
  • North of Hwy 76 

Evacuation Warnings are in effect:

  • North of Pala Rd.
  • South of Reche Rd.
  • West of I-15 Freeway
  • East of Green Canyon Rd.
  • W. Mission Rd. 

Visit SDIC Red Cross for the most current information on Evacuation Shelters.

Small-pet friendly shelters have been opened at:

  • Palomar College at 1140
  • W. Mission Road in San Marcos
  • Bostonia Rec Center at 1049 Bostonia St. in El Cajon
  • East Valley Community Center at 2245 E. Valley Parkway in Escondido.
  • Large animals and livestock can be taken to the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Road Closures: 

  • Old Hwy 395 between W. Lilac Rd.
  • Hwy 76 in both directions

Visit for current active fires

Watch for updates on the Lilac fire, or follow CALFIRESANDIEGO on twitter.

Follow SDICRed Cross on twitter for current information on evacuation centers.

If you're able, take a current photo inventory of your home. Make sure you get a picture of every wall in every room of your home. Open cupboards and pantry doors, drawers, and don’t forget the garage.

Stay safe.

NWS San Diego

12/4/2017 (Permalink)

San Diego county has been issued both fire weather and high wind warnings by the National Weather Service San Diego. 

Stay safe this week during these critical fire conditions, and make sure to follow the NWS San Diego on social media or visit for latest updates.

If you experience fire damage, call us today at (619)583-2133 to begin fire damage repair and restoration.

For more information on our fire damage restoration services, please visit