Evacuation Orders for Cachagua effective immediately
posted about 3 years ago by CERVboard from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
Effective immediately, the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department has placed portions of the community of CACHAGUA and TASSAJARA under EVACUATION WARNING, which includes: All residences South of the intersection of E. Carmel Valley Rd. at San Clemente Dr. and extending to the intersection of E. Carmel Valley Rd. at Tassajara Rd. All residences along Tassajara Rd. from the intersection of Tassajara Rd. at E. Carmel Valley Rd. and extending approximately 17 miles to the end of Tassajara Rd. at the Tassajara Hot Springs Zen Center. This includes all roads that lead from the above described roads. This does not include residences on San Clemente Dr.
Residents should prepare to leave these areas listed above and be sure to take any medications, pets, family valuables, etc. with you. Close all windows and leave all doors closed.
EVACUATION ORDERS LIFTED: For Riley Ranch Rd and Red Wolf Drive, Corona Rd and all of Carmel Highland.
EVACUATION ORDERS: Robinson Canyon Road from San Clemente Trail to White Rock Gun Club, the area south of San Clemente Trail from Robinson Canyon to Rancho Can Clemente Gate House, to include Arroyo Sequoia Road, community of Palo Colorado, Old Coast Road, Rocky Creek road, Bixby Creek Road from Hwy 1 south to Mesa road, from Cantera Run to Garzas Trail
EVACUATION WARNINGS: North of San Clemente Trail/Dormody Road, including Black Mountain Trail, Touche Pass, the community of San Clemente and all of Long Ridge Trail – Black Mountain is the boundary, White Rock and Old Coast Road (south from Bixby Creek to Little Sur River)
Evacuation Center: Carmel Middle School, 4380 Carmel Valley Road Carmel-By-The-Sea, Ca. 93923
Road Closures: Palo Colorado Road at Hwy 1, Robinson Canyon Road (south of Penon Peak Trail) and Weston Ridge RD at Hwy 1
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