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Evacuation Orders Lifted in More Areas


DATE: November 16, 2008

TIME: 3:25 p.m.

Tea Fire Update

Repopulation/Re-entry Description

Effective immediately, the mandatory evacuation order for areas affected by the Tea Fire now includes only the following streets.

• Camino Alto

• Conejo Lane

• Conejo Road

• Ealand Place

• Orizaba Lane

• Sherman Road

• West Mountain Drive between El Cielito Road and Coyote Road

• Gibraltar Road north of El Cielito Road to East Camino Cielo

All other previously listed mandatory evacuation order areas are lifted and are now open to residents with government-issued identification (driver license, ID card, etc.) or a government-issued identification card along with a utility bill, mail showing physical address, etc.

Barricades remain in effect at the following locations and residents may gain access with identification:

Stanwood at Mission Ridge Road

Loma Media at Las Alturas

Las Alturas at APS

Sycamore Canyon at Five-Points

Las Alturas at Mission Ridge Road (no Conejo Road access permitted)

Rockwood Drive at El Cielito Road

El Cielito at Mount Calvary Road

Coyote Road at East Mountain Drive (south on Coyote restricted to residents only)

Chelham Way at Sycamore Canyon Road (westbound residents only on Sycamore Canyon)

Barricades with prohibited access are at the following locations:

Orizaba Lane at Stanwood Drive

Conejo Road at Las Alturas

Camino Alto at Las Alturas

Conejo Road at Stanwood Drive

El Cielito Road at Gibraltar Road (no northbound access up Gibraltar Road)

El Cielito Road at Mountain Drive (no access to Mountain Drive)

Coyote Road at East Mountain Drive (no access westbound on Mountain Drive)

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