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Date:  December 3, 2020

Time: 13:00 p.m.

Temporary Evacuation Point Closed and Re-Opened for #Bond Fire

The American Red Cross has closed a Temporary Evacuation Point (TEP) at Santiago Community College, 8045 E Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92869 and re-opened a Temporary Evacuation Point (TEP) at El Modena High School, 3920 E Spring Street, Orange, CA 92869 to provide assistance for individuals evacuated due to the #Bond Fire currently burning in Orange County.

The Temporary Evacuation Point is staffed by the City of Lake Forest at El Toro High School 25255 Toledo Way, Lake Forest, CA 92630. Residents are asked to stay in their vehicles and wait for assistance. Information, assistance and restrooms will be available.

Evacuees please be advised no congregate sheltering will be offered due to COVID. We strongly encourage you to seek safety with family or friends or in a local hotel.

If you need assistance in evacuation due to a medical, mobility or other reason, please contact Orange County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch at 714-647-7000. If you are under voluntary evacuation and have a medical or mobility issue, please consider leaving early to allow yourself adequate time.

Please remember any medications, documents, warm clothing, cellphone, charger and comfort items for yourself, your children or your pets.

Residents are encouraged to stay informed of the most current information by monitoring:

  • @OCFA_PIO on Twitter
  • local media

Emergency Operations Public Information Officer (EOCPIO)

Phone: (714) 628-7062


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