Three Rivers Neighbors: COME HOME!
As of Sunday, September 20, 2020, at 2 p.m., Tulare County Sheriff’s Office is downgrading some locations of Three Rivers from an EVACUATION ORDER to an EVACUATION WARNING. Here are the areas where the evacuation order is changing: Cherokee Oaks and other
—All areas of the Cherokee Oaks subdivision
—Old Three Rivers Road
—All portions of South Fork Drive below the Conley Creek Bridge (includes South Fork Estates and Heidi Drive) to Highway 198 (NOTE: Conley Creek Bridge is 2 miles from Highway 198; the first of the two double bridges in the S-curve starting at the 43000 block of South Fork Drive)
The upper portion of South Fork Drive is still under mandatory evacuation. Cherokee Oaks and other
An Evacuation Warning means individuals living in the area are able to return to their homes, but should still be ready to evacuate should fire conditions change due to SQF Complex fire activity. Stay packed, folks. Cherokee Oaks and other
All of Three Rivers needs to remain vigilant, watch out for their neighbors, and be ready to leave if and when the time comes, whether now or next time because, unfortunately, there will be a next time.
TODAY! Sequoia Complex Public Information Meeting
Viewers do not need a Facebook account to view the meeting. The livestream will appear at the top of the Sequoia National Forest Facebook page a few minutes before 4 p.m. Cherokee Oaks and other
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