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Many Plumas evacuation warnings lifted with some exceptions

Most of Lake Almanor shore, parts of south county evacuation warnings lifted evacuation warnings for the following areas have been lifted. When evacuation warnings are lifted, it paves the way for a return of some services such as mail delivery and garbage service.

●  [PLU Zone 001] High Lakes recreational area of Plumas County east of the Butte/Plumas County line to include Rock Creek Power Generation Facility, and the Highway 70 corridor.

●  [PLU Zone 002A] South side of Highway 70 to include the communities of Tobin, Rogers Flat, Storrie, Virgilia, Twain, Grays Flat, Hot Springs, to the southern portion including Lower Bucks and all of Bucks Lake, and Silver Lake.

●  [PLU Zone 005A/B] Entire west shore of Lake Almanor to include Canyon Dam boat ramp (EXCLUDES TOWN OF CANYON DAM – PLU Zone 005C), Big Meadows, Prattville, Almanor West, entire Hwy 89 corridor from Hwy 147 to Hwy 36.

●  [PLU Zone 008B] Chester proper, EXCLUDING WARNER VALLEY.

●  [PLU Zone 009] Lake Almanor Peninsula, Hamilton Branch.

●  [PLU Zone 12A/B] South of Highway 70, Butterfly Valley, including Keddie, Round House Road, Old Highway, Paxton, Black Hawk Road, Elizabeth Town, Gopher Hill, Snake Lake, Snake Lake Road

The East Shore of Highway 147 corridor will remain under evacuation warning. Essential services will likely be delayed in starting back up again.

National forest closures remain in effect.

These areas were deemed safe from active fire and hazard trees, though residents should stay alert of changing conditions. For more information regarding drinking water quality, please contact your water service provider.

For more information visit https://www.plumascounty.us/2868/Dixie-Fire-Information and follow the county Facebook.

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