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Evacuation Warning for Area North of Cathedral Oaks

Area Sandwiched Between Winchester Canyon and Highway 154


The County of Santa Barbara announced at 3 p.m. today that the evacuation warning has been lifted for the Goleta Valley area north of Cathedral Oaks Road and from Winchester Canyon east to Highway 154.

The mandatory evacuation notices still in effect include the following:

  • West Camino Cielo
  • Windemere Ranch
  • Haney Tract
  • Kinevan Road area
  • Trout Club
  • the Hidden Valley area

Evacuation warnings are still in effect for the following areas:

  • Eagle Canyon
  • Tecolote Canyon
  • Santa Barbara Ranch
  • Dos Pueblos Ranch
  • Painted Cave Area

The county also reminded residents of where to get updates about the Gap Fire:

Radio stations KTMS (990 AM), KUHL (1410 AM), KZSB (1290 AM), KINF (1440 AM), San Marcos Pass Radio (1040 AM), KCSB (91.9 FM), KSYV (96.7 FM), KTYD (99.9 FM), KSBL (101.7 FM), KRAZ (105.9 FM), and in Spanish at KSPE (94.5 FM) and KIST (107.7 FM). The public can also look for information at the official Santa Barbara County Web site or call the following agencies:

  • U.S. Forest Service Information (24 hours) at (805) 961-5770
  • County of Santa Help Line (24 hours) at 211
  • County of Santa Barbara Gap Fire Information (8 a.m.-midnight) at (805) 681-5195

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