October 21, 2017

Wild Fire Information – Final Update

Solano Sheriff’s Office Green Valley Evacuation Area – Oct. 11

As of 9 a.m. Monday, October 16, Solano County Sheriff has lifted all mandatory evacuations and opened most roads. Advisories remain for Green Valley and points north as Cal Fire crews continue to work in the area, and residents are advised to be prepared to leave if conditions worsen.

Shifting wind conditions may change smoke behavior, bringing it into the Suisun City area, until all the fires are extinguished.

Solano County has prepared a helpful interactive GIS map showing the current extent of fire and advisories in the county. (See interactive map.)

We continue to add resource links on the right side of this page to connect you with the latest information directly from official sources.

We will continue to monitor and update this page at least once per day until all fires are extinguished.



Here’s the latest statistics from the Cal Fire update issued at 7 a.m. on Oct. 16:

  • Atlas Fire is at 51,064 acres and 68% containment.
  • 2,962 people are fighting the complex fire:
    • 332 engines
    • 17 water tenders
    • 21 helicopters
    • 0 air tankers
    • 48 hand crews
    • 46 dozers


  • All Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District campuses are now open. Officials are continuing to monitor air quality.
  • Solano Community College is now open.


  • The National Weather Service is forecasting a change of rain showers for later in the week.
  • Smoke continues to be a significant and continuing risk. Take precautions to avoid smoke exposure. (See more detailed information.)