Quincy, CA – In order to ensure the safety of the public and response personnel, a portion of the Plumas National Forest within the Camp Fire area is temporarily closed now through December 5, 2018.
Generally, the closure area lies between CA Hwy 70 on the west and the Oro-Quincy Hwy on the east.
Specifically, the closure area includes: Forest Road 119 (Oro-Quincy Highway) from its closure at the intersection with the Southern forest boundary (T21N, R5E, Sec. 22 and 27) to its northern closure at its intersection with Forest Service Road 24n36 (Forest Road 36), all roads west of Forest Road 119 (Oro-Quincy Highway) to Highway 70, between its closure to the North and its closure to the South, Forest Road 36 ( 24N36) or any spur roads of Forest Road 36 from its closure at the intersection of Forest Service Road 119 to the intersection of Forest Road 36 (24N36) and Forest Road 34 (24N34), Forest Road 34 (24N34) from its intersection with Forest Service Road 36 (24N36) to its termination in T24N R6E S28.
Some people are exempt from this closure including those with permits or contracts allowing them in the area, in addition to any federal, state, or local officer, or member of an organized rescue or firefighting force in the performance of official duty.
Questions about the temporary closure may be directed to the Feather River Ranger District at (530) 534-6500.
A copy of Forest Order No. 05-11-03-18-15, including a map of the closure area, may be found under “Alerts and Notices” on the Forest webpage at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/plumas .
For other information about the Plumas National Forest visit the Forest webpage and www.Facebook.com/usfsplumas .