Brush fires were a big concern heading into the July 4th holiday as many people set off their own fireworks in areas near dry vegetation.
As of 10:30 p.m., fire crews responded to at least five spot fires across the Central Coast.
Fire officials say the cause of some of these fires was fireworks.
Some spot fires were put out by neighbors before the flames could get out of control.
Here is list of incidents as of 10:30 p.m.:
@CALFIRE_SLO dispatched to assist @templetonfd reported vegetation fire S. Main Street near Templeton High School. @templetonfd at scene small spot out by locals cancel response. Not a CAL FIRE incident. pic.twitter.com/wPcdhjjbzf— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) July 5, 2020
At scene 200’ spot in the riverbed contained with 3 engines pic.twitter.com/YskQGssJzq— Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services (@PasoRoblesES) July 5, 2020