Santiago Canyon College Open and Classes Resume on October 12
Santiago Canyon College (SCC) has been removed from the Canyon Fire 2 mandatory evacuation area, and is now open. The college, as well as the Child Development Center, will resume regular business operations as of Thursday, October 12. Students and staff are now permitted to come on campus.
Latest Canyon Fire 2 Update and Resources
All Evacuations have been lifted except for:
- All roads and houses off Windes Drive north of Santiago Canyon (City of Orange)
- Santa Ana Canyon Road between Woodcrest and Gypsum Canyon Road
Most affected roads have reopened at this time.
- 91 open in both directions.
The following roads are still impacted:
- 241 closed entirely from 91 to 261
- 261 is open in both directions
- All roads and houses off Windes Drive, north of Santiago Canyon Road (Santiago Oaks Park, City of Orange)
- Santa Ana Canyon Road between Woodcrest Road and Gypsum Canyon Road (City of Anaheim)
OC Animal Care (561 The City Drive, Orange, CA) accepting small animals.
Orange County Fair Grounds is at capacity for large animals
Los Alamitos Racetrack (4961 Katella Ave., Cypress, CA 90630) is accepting large animals and can be contact at 714-995-1234. Owners will need to provide care for their animals.
Animal owners with disabilities, access or functional needs can call OC Animal Care for assistance. Call (714) 935-6848 (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) and (714) 935-7158 (5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.) or dial 911 for assistance.
Animal owners can call the fire information line at (714) 765-4333. General information about OC Animal Care is available on their website:
www.ocpetinfo.com or by dialing 714-935-6848.