The Station Fire continues to actively burn within the Angeles National Forest and near surrounding foothill communities of La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Acton, Soledad Canyon, Pasadena, Glendale and Sierra Madre. The fire is moving into areas of the forest with no recorded fire history. 

To date, helicopters have dropped 1.7 million gallons of water and 18,000 gallons of retardant. Air tankers have dropped 670,000 gallons of retardant and gel. 

Two Los Angeles County firefighters were killed Sun., Aug. 30, as they were fighting the Station Fire. 

Six injures have been reported. Law enforcement and Fire personnel are urging residents in the area to be ready to evacuate if you are near the fire boundary. Do not hesitate to move to a designated evacuation center. 

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger toured the burned area this morning, Thur., Sept. 3. The Governor proclaimed a state of emergency for Los Angeles County on Aug. 28.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors proclaimed a local emergency, Tuesday, September 1st, due to the various wildfires. 

For more information on road closures access the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works' website at

For area closures and current evacuation information check out the Los Angeles County Fire web-site at Click on: "Ready! Set! Go!

To view a map of the fire areas, go to

Health advisories and other public health information can be found at

Extreme heat continues to be a problem. Residents are urged to stay indoors if at all possible. A list of cooling centers operated by L.A. County can be found at: