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These Are the Areas Under Evacuation for the La Tuna Fire



    Residents in La Tuna Fire Area Allowed to Return Home

    Evacuation orders were lifted and residents were allowed to return home following the La Tuna fire. Rick Montanez reports for the NBC4 News at 6 on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017. (Published Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017)

    Hundreds of people were asked to evacuate as the La Tuna Fire scorched thousands of acres in the Sun Valley. All mandatory evacuations were lifted late Sunday. Below, a full list of evacuations and evacuation centers for the fire.

    Mandatory Evacuations

    • Castleman Lane, Wedgewood Lane, Kildare Court, Folkstone Court and Logan Court in Burbank
    • Brace Canyon Park area of Burbank: Haven Way from Joaquin Drive to the top of the street, Olney Place, Remy Place, Mystic View Place, Viewcrest Drive, Lamer Street from Brace Canyon Road to Keystone Street
    • Castleman Estates
    • Stough Canyon Nature Center
    • DeBell Golf Course, 1500 E. Walnut Ave. in Burbank
    • Groton Drive and Hamline Place east of Stephen Road
    • Glenwood Oaks neighborhood in Glendale
    • New York Avenue area in Glendale
    • Mountain Oaks neighborhood in Glendale
    • McGroarty Park area in Tujunga 
    • McGroarty Terrace to Valaho Place
    • Wornom Avenue south of Sunland Boulevard 
    • Morning Glow Way south of La Tuna Canyon Road

    Voluntary Evacuations

    • Country Club Drive, Lanark Street, Glenoaks Boulevard, Hollywood Way areas in Burbank
    • Whiting Woods neighborhood of Glendale asked to be prepared
    • Oakmont Woods neighborhood of Glendale
    • Reverie Canyon area in Tujunga
    • Haines Canyon area in Tujunga

    Evacuation Centers
    Sunland Recreation Center
    8651 Foothill Blvd., Sunland-Tujunga

    McCambridge Park
    1515 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank

    Cresenta Valley High School
    2900 Community Ave, La Crescenta

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti advised residents to bring their pets with them at a press conference on Saturday. "We will make sure we accomodate them as well," he said, in reference to shelters in the city.

    The city of Burbank noted on its Twitter account that animals can be temporarily dropped off at the Burbank Animal Shelter, but residents must provide a Burbank ID. The shelter is located at 1150 N. Victory Pl.

    The city of Glendale urged evacuees with pets to go to Crescenta Valley High School, where the Pasadena Humane Society has set up facilities.

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