Garner Complex: Latest acreage, evacuations and closures

The Garner Complex. (KTVL)

[Friday, August 10, 2018 Update 1:00 p.m.]

(Combined) Total acreage: 8,886 acres, 87% contained

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[Wednesday, August 8, 2018 Update 11:00 a.m.]

According to InciWeb's updates this morning, the Garner Complex Fire is holding at 8,886 acres, at 85% containment.

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[Tuesday, August 7, 2018 Update 10:50 a.m.] - For over a week, the acreage for the Garner Complex has held at 8,886. Containment has risen to 85%.

Crews say they should have the entire complex wrapped up and contained by Friday, August 10th.


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[Thursday, August 1, 2018 Update 8:50 a.m.] – At the recommendation of fire officials, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has reduced all evacuation levels related to the Pleasant and Grave fires to Level 1 “Be Ready.”

Level 1 (Be Ready): Graves Creek Road, north of Ditch Creek Road; 3760 to 7235 Pleasant Creek Road, 3997 to 36505 Ditch Creek Road, and 155 N Ford Road to 17101 Ford Road.

Fire officials are hosting a community meeting in Wimer on Thursday, August 2, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. to provide information on the Garner Complex fires. The meeting will be held at the Evans Valley Education and Community Center, 8205 E. Evans Creek Road.

Acreage has held at 8,886 and containment has risen to 70%.

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[Wednesday August 1, 2018 Update 10:00 a.m.] Acreage has stayed the same at 8,886 and containment has risen to 68%.


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[Monday, July 30, 2018 Update 9:00 a.m.] As of 6:00 Monday morning, the Garner Complex and Taylor Creek Fire are separate incidents according to the U.S. Forest Service.

As of midnight between Sunday and Monday, an infrared flight showed the Complex at 8,886 acres. Containment of the Garner Complex is now at 60% containment.

There are currently 1653 structures threatened.

Full release below.


[Sunday, July 29, 2018 Update] The Garner Complex Fire burning in Jackson and Josephine Counties has burned an additional 2,748 acres bringing the total acreage up to 31,660 acres. The fire is still at 30% containment. Estimated containment is August 7th.

[Saturday, July 28, 2018 Update] The Garner Complex Fire burning in Jackson and Josephine County is currently at 29,039 acres and is 30% contained.

RELATED | Garner Complex Fire containment increases, but challenges remain

The latest evacuations (To be updated daily)

Taylor Creek Evacuations | Evacuations in place for Taylor Creek Fire

Josephine County:

Level 3- Residences on Riverbanks Rd. between 7293 and 8549, including Burnette Rd.

Level 2- Residences including and between 9000 and 12303 Galice Rd. including residences off Galice Creek Rd. and Peavine Rd.

Level 1 - All residences north of Redwood Hwy, including residences located on Little Cheyenne Trail, Round Prairie, Minnow Lane, Firview Lane, Splendor Drive, Wonder Lane, Wild Raspberry Court, Newt Gulch Road, Waters Creek Road including all secondary roads.

Jackson County:

Level 3 - Pleasant Creek Road, addresses 6,000 to 7,000, map section 15.

Level 2 - Grave Creek Road, north of intersection with Ditch Creek Road.

Level 2 – Pleasant Creek Road, addresses 4,873 to 5,050, map section 21.

Level 2 – Pleasant Creek Road 3,760 to 5,050 and 3,997 to 36,505 Ditch Creek Road, 155 N Ford Road to 17,101 Ford Road (map sections 27, 28, and 29).

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