Hot Shot Hand Crew working control lines. Photo/caption: CAIIMT14


Press release from the unified command of the Six Rivers Lightning Complex:

The Six Rivers Lightning Complex remains in unified command with California Interagency Incident Management Team 15, California Highway Patrol, Trinity County Sheriff, and Humboldt County Sheriff. The Six Rivers Lightning Complex is currently 41, 406 acres with 79% containment and 1,229 personnel assigned to the incident. (Ammon – 11,465 acres; Campbell – 29,941 acres)


After five weeks of hard work, our night shift Firefighters worked their last night shift yesterday evening.

Record-breaking heat is possible today, as high temperatures soar into the 100’s at the lower elevations. At the higher elevations of the fire, the temperatures are expected to be well into the 90’s. Accompanying the hot temperatures is a very dry airmass and breezy northwesterly winds. Firefighters have been focusing on bolstering control lines and “mopping-up” identified areas of heat along the eastern portion of the Campbell Fire’s perimeter. In preparation for this critical weather, heavy equipment has been improving the contingency lines along the Lone Pine Ridge as a back-up control line if it was needed. The 2015 River Complex is directly east of the current control lines. There are reduced fuel loads in this relatively recent burned area, which increases the probability of success for suppressing any spot fires which may occur. Firefighters will continue to patrol and monitor the Ammon fire, while wildfire crews continue repair on roads and suppression lines utilizing heavy equipment.

The higher wind speeds will increase mixing of air today, causing more smoke to be transported from the area. Additionally, the morning inversion will lift early today and improve overall air quality throughout mid-day.

Check out the Six Rivers Smoke Outlook for more information.

Learn how you can help be fire safe at this link. .


Due to a large presence of fire personnel and machinery working to build containment lines for the Ammon Fire, residents are asked to limit travel on Titlow Hill Road/Route 1 in zones HUM-E052 and HUM-E062 to essential traffic only. Residents may still use roads to travel out of evacuation order zones:

The following roads into evacuation zones have been closed.

  • Forest Route 7n15 at Six Rivers Forest Boundary

The following roads are restricted to local traffic only:

  • Horse Linto Creek Road at Saddle Lane (Open to residents only)
  • 6N06 Sandy Bar (Route 6)
  • Titlow Hill Road (Route 1) at Horse Mountain Botanical Area

State Route 299 remains open to through traffic. Residents are encouraged to visit Caltrans Quickmap to check for state highway closures.


Forest order NO. 22-10-06 Six Rivers Lightning Complex is currently in place, which includes river access at Kimtu Park.

To view this closure and map, please visit this link.


For the latest evacuation information go to Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services  or Trinity County Office of Emergency Services. For an interactive map of evacuation zones visit: Zonehaven Aware To sign up for alerts visit this link.


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Clean Air Centers are open at locations in eastern Humboldt and western Trinity counties for residents seeking relief from the smoky conditions. Please see this link for times and locations.