Mendocino Complex Fire:
If you haven't been able to go back and check on your home in the wildfires, you may find the below tool from Cal Fire very useful.
All you have to do is enter your address or a location. Green means that the house has slight damage. Yellow means minor damage. Orange means major damage. Red means completely destroyed.
There's no color that means the house is either undamaged or they have no information.
Cal Fire cautions that the map is not conclusive and they are still assessing the properties and that data could change.
HOME MAP: Visit this page to find out if your home, business, or any other structure was damaged or destroyed in the Carr Fire.
Interactive CAL FIRE map of Carr Fire damage:
Animated CAL FIRE map below:
The map can also be viewed here.
Get the latest on the Delta Fire here, the Carr Fire here, the Complex Fire here and the latest on wildfires across California here.
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