For Information, call 211

Holiday Fire Information

Fire Information Holiday Fire Information

The Holiday Fire Local Assistance Center for residents impacted by the fire and smoke was hosted at Goleta Union School District. While that location closed on Saturday, July 14, resources and information about recovery and rebuilding, and emotional support services for children, adults and families, are available. For information and how to access resources, call (805) 845-7887, send email to EOCRecovery@SBCOEM.org.

Fire Cleanup Tips & Guidelines 

Air Quality:

You can check #airquality conditions on our website. Localized conditions could differ, so take steps to protect your health if you’re near the #HolidayFire area.  https://www.ourair.org/todays-air-quality/

Updated Evacuation Areas Map as of 7/8/18 5:00 p.m.

July 8 Holiday Fire Evacuation Map

Press Releases

July 7, 2018 Press Conference

Aware and Prepare

Aware and Prepare Alerts

It is critical that people in Santa Barbara County register to receive emergency alerts. Sign up at www.AwareAndPrepare.org. If we can’t reach you, we can’t alert you.

The County on Twitter

Be Radio Ready

Radio Ready

During an emergency when the power is out and when critical and timely information must get out to the general public, the County Office of Emergency Management will utilize satellite equipment to regularly communicate with designated County radio stations that have generators and can continue to broadcast. Visit this link for a list of stations to check if you lose power and cannot access the Internet.

Contact The County

105 E. Anapamu St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone: 211