The areas damaged by the Creek Fire in 2020 continue to be the focus of a potential weather made disaster. In the foothill and mountain communities of eastern Fresno County, severe winter storms may contribute to dangerous mudslides and flooding across scarred land. In response, we are monitoring incoming storms which could cause natural disasters.
The County of Fresno and the Fresno County Sheriff's Office want you to be aware of maps we've created to help residents identify high risk zones. One map is strictly for reference purposes. It features yellow zones to indicate “High Risk” and red zones to indicate “Extreme Risk.”
Much like our fire evacuation map, we also have a real-time map where residents are able to enter an address to see the different risk levels. If a storm occurs, the map will activate to display evacuation zones. These areas will be listed under three headings: Evacuate (red), warning (yellow) and no evacuation (green).
This is a direct link to the map: https://fresnosheriff-cofgisonline.hub.arcgis.com/