Firefighters from Columbia, Brazil and Mexico join local crews in strengthening control lines along the perimeter of the Six Rivers Complex. Photo: CAIIMT14 via Inciweb


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

The Six Rivers Lightning Complex is currently 41, 406 acres with 79% containment and 1,107 personnel assigned to the incident. (Ammon – 11,465 acres; Campbell – 29,941 acres)


Firefighters continue to patrol the Ammon fire, which is 100% contained. Most of today’s efforts will be focused on repair work. 

The hot, dry, and breezy conditions caused fire activity to increase within the perimeter of the Campbell fire control lines. The temperatures caused an increase mixing of air, improved visibility for air resources to access the fire area and support the ongoing ground crew operations. The helicopters supported the crews along the eastern perimeter of the Campbell fire near the Happy Camp Mountain area.  

The unseasonably hot temperatures and dry conditions are forecast to remain over the fire area for the remainder of the week. There is a slight chance for isolated thunderstorms to develop this afternoon. Incident managers are keeping a robust ground and air force assigned to the incident as critical fire weather conditions persist through the week.  Firefighters will continue their efforts to improve and secure control lines. More seasonal weather conditions are predicted to return to the area this coming weekend.   

Check out the Six Rivers Smoke Outlook for more information: 

Learn how you can help be fire safe at  


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 to check for state highway closures. 

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

To view this closure and map, please visit: 

For the latest evacuation information go to Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services  
To sign up for alerts:

Hoopa Rodeo Grounds  
1767 Pine Creek Rd., Hoopa, CA 95546

Phone: (707) 492-2851 


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