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IMMEDIATE EVACUATION ORDER FOR ALL OF MONTECITO, PARTS OF CARPINTERIA, SUMMERLAND & CITY OF SANTA BARBARA.

By Christina Favuzzi
Jan 09, 2023 at 10:51 AM

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, CA. –  An EVACUATION ORDER EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Jan. 9, 2023 for the following areas due to threats to life safety caused by the ongoing storm:

  • ENTIRE COMMUNITY OF MONTECITO
  • ALL RESIDENTS OF TORO CANYON, PADARO LANE FROM CALLE REAL TO SANTA CLAUS LANE IN CARPINTERIA AND SUMMERLAND AREAS
  • SERENA PARK AREA IN CARPINTERIA
  • ALL RESIDENTS OF SYCAMORE CANYON IN CITY OF SANTA BARBARA AND COMMUNITY OF MONTECITO
  • ALL CAMPGROUNDS FROM RINCON TO GAVIOTA INCLUDING GAVIOTA STATE BEACH, REFUGIO STATE BEACH AND CARPINTERIA STATE BEACH

LEAVE NOW! This is a rapidly evolving situation. Please pay close attention to emergency alerts.

SHELTER IN PLACE REMAINS IN PLACE for ALISAL FIRE Burn Scar and identified properties in CAVE FIRE burn scar pending further notification.

Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.

An Evacuation Center is open at the Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara.

For animal evacuation information, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at (805) 681-4332.

For additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at (833) 688-5551 or call 2-1-1.

REGISTER TO RECEIVE PUBLIC SAFETY ALERTS: If you haven’t registered for emergency alerts, please do so at ReadySBC.org. Click on the red icon to register to receive emergency alerts via text, phone call, and email.  

 

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