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    Updated: Evacuation Order Canceled for Identified Properties and Areas in South Santa Barbara County

    Updated Tuesday, March 14, 2023, at 5:30 PM by SBSO PIO

    Evacuation Orders were canceled as of 5:30 pm.

    Updated Tuesday, March 14, 2023, at 7:43 AM by Santa Barbara County OEM

    An EVACUATION ORDER has been issued for the identified properties and areas in south Santa Barbara County associated with the Alisal, Cave, and Thomas Fires.

    Residents in these areas should leave now.

    Click the following link to access an interactive evacuation map for this incident: https://sbcoem.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=887c7b2302484e41b8f20f37660cb2cb

    DO NOT attempt to drive while it is dark or raining heavily, roads may be damaged or your car may be swept away by moving water or debris.

    If you choose not to evacuate, BE PREPARED to sustain yourself and your household for multiple days, as you may not be able to leave the area and emergency responders may not be able to access your property in the event of road damage, flooding, or a debris flow. 

    • Roads leading in and out of the Sisquoc and Tepusquet areas could be damaged by this storm. Residents of those areas should either leave or prepare to sustain themselves in case roads become impassable.  

    Resources and Information:


    Updated Monday, March 13, 2023, at 7:15 PM

    An EVACUATION WARNING has been issued effective Monday, March 13 at 6 pm for the identified properties and areas in south Santa Barbara County associated with the Alisal, Cave, and Thomas Fires.

    This EVACUATION WARNING will be upgraded to an EVACUATION ORDER at 8 am tomorrow (3/14).

    Click the following link to access an interactive evacuation map for this incident: Click here for the interactive March 2023 Winter Storm Impact Map

    Residents under the EVACUATION WARNING should:

    • PREPARE to leave tomorrow: fill the gas tank and pack important documents and essential items.
    • LEAVE if you feel unsafe. DO NOT wait for an Evacuation Order.
    • BE READY to leave at a moment’s notice.

    People with disabilities, access and functional needs should leave now.

    People with large animals should leave now.

    DO NOT attempt to drive while it is dark or raining, as roads may be damaged or your car may be swept away by moving water or debris.

    BE PREPARED to sustain yourself and your households for multiple days if you choose not to evacuate, as you may not be able to leave the area and emergency responders may not be able to access your property in the event of road damage, flooding, or a debris flow. 

    • Roads leading in and out of the Sisquoc and Tepusquet areas could be damaged by this storm. Residents of those areas should either leave or prepare to sustain themselves in case roads become impassable.  

    Resources and Information:

    • For animal evacuation assistance and information, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at (805) 681-4332.
    • For Evacuation Center assistance and additional information, call the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-588-5551 or call 2-1-1.

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