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Thomas Fire evacuation warnings, orders remain in effect for portions of Santa Barbara County

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Evacuation warning and orders were in effect for Santa Barbara County Monday morning from portions of Highway 192 east to the county line.

The Thomas Fire remained active overnight as the flames continue making their way west. 

The following is a list of evacuation orders:

  • North of Highway 192 to East Camino Cielo between Highway 150 and Mission Canyon Road
  • Hot Springs Road to Buena Vista Road, from Highway 192 north to East Camino Cielo
  • Buena Vista east to the county line and north of Highway 192 (E. Valley Road), to include the 900 block of Park Lane east.
  • Carpinteria area east of Toro Canyon Road east to Highway 150, north of Highway 192 to Camino Cielo.
  • Carpinteria area east of intersection of Casitas Pass Road and Highway 192, north of Highway 192 and west of the county line.
  • Highway 192 north to E.Camino Cielo between Toro Canyon Road and Linden Avenue.
  • Shepherd Mesa, Gobernador Canyon and Rincon Point.

The following areas are under evacuation warnings:

  • Above (north of) Highway 192 between Mission Canyon and Highway 154.
  • South of Highway 192, east of Mission Canyon, west of Hot Springs, north of APS, Salinas Street and Highway 101 to Hot Springs.
  • East of Hot Springs, south of Highway 192, west of Highway 150.

Evacuation orders mean people are advised to leave the area immediately. Warnings mean people should start to get their things together and be prepared to leave. 

For a look at an interactive map for the Santa Barbara County evacuation areas, click here

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