Update, August 3, 2021, 3pm A lightning storm passed over the Shasta-Trinity National Forest between July 29 and August 1, 2021. Multiple positive downstrikes were recorded, 14 of which resulted in fires. Of those, two are large, uncontained fires. For information on these fires, go to:
Monument Fire (1 mile south of Del Loma along Highway 299, Trinity River Management Unit) https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7750 McFarland Fire (Goods Creek south of Wildwood along Highway 36, South Fork Management Unit) https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7746
Four small fires remain uncontained on the Shasta-McCloud Management Unit as well. They are the:
Bonanza Fire (detected August 2): 1 mile north of Bonanza King Lookout. 1/2 acre, low potential for growth.
Cinder Fire (detected August 1): South of Red Hill. 3/4 acre, 80% contained.
Lost Fire (detected August 1): West of Snag Hill. 4.25 acres, 90% contained.
Tamarack Fire (detected July 30): 6.5 acres, 90% contained.
Public Information Phone: 530-628-0039 Hours: 8am to 6pm
Fire Unit Information
Shasta-Trinity National Forest U.S. Forest Service 3644 Avtech Parkway Redding, CA 96002