LEADERSHIP. INTEGRITY. SERVICE.

LEADERSHIP. INTEGRITY. SERVICE.

Kern County Emergencies

Kern County Emergency Incidents of Significant Size, Complexity, or Community Impact.

Last Updated: June 11, 2024 11:24 am
TOTAL EMERGENCY RESPONSES
0
WILDFIRES
0
ACRES BURNED
0
FATALITIES
0
STRUCTURES DESTROYED
0
TOTAL EMERGENCY RESPONSES
0
WILDFIRES
0
ACRES BURNED
0
FATALITIES
0
STRUCTURES DESTROYED
0

Kern County Incidents

The above map includes fire perimeters that may not have an associated Incident Page.

INCIDENT NAME

LOCATION

DATE STARTED

ACRES BURNED

CONTAINMENT

Redhill Road and Hughes Ave.
May 31, 2024
70
30%
Kern County
August 19, 2023
0
N/A
Round Mountain Rd and Eastmont Rd
August 1, 2023
1,540
100%
Kern County
April 5, 2023
0
N/A

INCIDENT NAME

LOCATION

Redhill Road and Hughes Ave.

DATE STARTED

May 31, 2024

ACRES BURNED

70

CONTAINMENT

30%%

LOCATION

Kern County

DATE STARTED

August 19, 2023

ACRES BURNED

N/A

CONTAINMENT

N/A%

INCIDENT NAME

LOCATION

Round Mountain Rd and Eastmont Rd

DATE STARTED

August 1, 2023

ACRES BURNED

1540

CONTAINMENT

100%%

INCIDENT NAME

LOCATION

Kern County

DATE STARTED

April 5, 2023

ACRES BURNED

N/A

CONTAINMENT

N/A%

Kern County Fire Department Update

A review of recent and current event activity.

KCFD Annual Reports

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Disclaimer

Information presented on the department's website is a representation of the existing wildfire situation, based on the information readily available to KCFD. We make every effort to provide accurate and complete information, however, the data is subject to review and change. This site provides general information concerning an incident. All our information comes directly from the firelines and must be approved by the Incident Commander in charge of the incident prior to release. As battling a fire or handling any other disaster is our priority, updates to this site cannot be guaranteed on a set time schedule. Please use the information on this website only as a reference. The site is not meant to provide up-to-the-minute evacuation or fire behavior information. Please refer to the fire information phone number provided below and use website links for additional information. Please monitor your local radio stations for emergency broadcasts. If you live in a wildland area always have an evacuation plan in place. Fires occur within KCFD jurisdiction daily during fire season. Many of these fires are contained quickly and generally we will not post information for an incident that burns less than 10 acres. If you would like to obtain information about a KCFD fire burning in your area that is not included on this website, please contact the KCFD Public Information Office at (661-330-0133).

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