Caldor Fire Information
September 1, 2021

Our thoughts are with the firefighters and frontline responders as they battle the Caldor Fire and all the affected businesses and residents.

At this time, the North Lake Tahoe region is asking all travelers to postpone immediate travel plans to the area until further notice to keep roads open and lodging space readily available for evacuees and emergency personnel. Access the official statement issued as a joint press release with North Lake Tahoe Resort Association, Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitor Bureau, and the Lake Tahoe Visitor Authority HERE.

Mandatory evacuation orders currently extend through the entire South Lake Tahoe Basin and West Shore communities in El Dorado County up to the Placer County border at Tahoma. There are currently no evacuation orders for Placer County.

For updated information on the Caldor Fire, visit the El Dorado County Caldor Fire Information Page or the
CAL FIRE Incident Page. Both will provide up to date information on the status of the fire and includes evacuation information.

Link to the current El Dorado County Evacuation Map

Caldor Fire Recorded Information Line: (530) 303-2455

Link to Wildfire Preparedness Information from Placer County

North Lake Tahoe Wildfire Resources

Sign up for Emergency Alerts:

Placer County Notifications via Placer Alert

El Dorado County Notifications via CodeRED

US Forest Service has temporarily closed all California National Forests for public safety, including Tahoe National Forest and El Dorado National Forest.

California State Parks has also issued regional park closures, including in the Tahoe area for:

At this time, Kings Beach State Recreation Area remains open.

As this is a changing situation, we encourage all residents and visitors to routinely check the updated official resources listed above. Please stay safe.