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Silverado, California is located in Orange County. Zip codes in Silverado, CA include 92676. The median home price in Silverado is $639,900 which is roughly $453/per square foot.

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11 hrs ago | NBC Los Angeles

Metal Sheet Ignited 1,000-Acre Brush Fire: Authorities

A metal sheet put up by a resident to keep out rodents was to blame in the fire that has been burning in the Cleveland National Forest since Friday Less than a week after a 1,000-acre fire torched the hillsides of Silverado Canyon, officials are warning residents in the area of the potentially hazardous materials that could be in their yards, including metal and glass, that could reflect off the sun and spark a fire. Vikki Vargas reports for NBC4 News at 6 p.m. from Silverado Canyon Tuesday, Sept.


15 hrs ago | The Orange County Register

Flash-flood warning issued for eastern O.C., Silverado Canyon burn zone

A flash-flood warning has been issued today for the eastern portion of Orange County, including the Silverado Canyon area, where a brush fire recently burned nearly 1,000 acres. Along with Silverado Canyon, the flash-flood warning also includes Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto De Caza and the Trabuco area, according to the National Weather Service.


16 hrs ago | KTVU Oakland

Sheet metal reflection cause of Southern California fire

A Southern California wildfire that prompted evacuations over the weekend in the Cleveland National Forest was started by the sun's rays reflecting off sheet metal that edged a homeowner's backyard garden, fire officials said Monday. The 2-foot-tall metal fencing surrounded a vegetable garden and was intended to keep small rodents out, said Orange County Fire Authority Capt.


Mon Sep 15, 2014

Silverado Canyon Fire Now Contained 80 Percent

The four-day-old Silverado Fire in the Cleveland National forest in eastern Orange County was 80 percent contained today, and fire crews continued to battle the heat as they worked to completely surround the 968-acre blaze. Fire crews made significant progress overnight extending the containment line, according to the latest update on the U.S. Forest Service Inciweb site.


CBS Local

Excessive Heat Warning Continues Monday

An excessive heat warning was scheduled to be in effect for the San Gabriel, San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys through 7 p.m. Tuesday. "Due to an influx of moisture from Northern Mexico, heat index values will continue to reach critical levels across parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties Monday through Tuesday," the National Weather Service said.


Fun festivals for all in fall

It's been a splendid summer and now it's time to get ready for fall! Kids are back at school and families are back to daily routines and schedules. Fall in Southern California does not see a drastic change in nature.


Sun Sep 14, 2014


Hundreds evacuated as northern California wildfires rage

Hundreds of residents were forced to flee their homes on Sunday as wildfires raged through parts of drought-plagued northern California, officials said. Roughly 1,000 Madera County residents were ordered to evacuate as one blaze, dubbed the Courtney Fire, charred some 320 acres , California Department of Forestry and Fire Prevention said.


Christian Science Monitor

Blistering temperatures predicted as wildfires blaze in California, Oregon

An inmate fire crew member wipes the sweat from his brow as he takes off for the fireline in Silverado Canyon, Calif. As the western United States heads into fall with its cooler, wetter weather, wildfires up and down West Coast states continue to bedevil communities, drought-wracked natural areas, and worn-out firefighters.


The Daily Breeze

Silverado Fire 20 percent contained, 1,220 acres burned

SILVERADO CANYON >> More than 800 firefighters are assigned to dig fire lines around a brush fire that has blackened about 1,220 acres in Silverado Canyon since Friday, and is now about 20 percent contained, an Orange County battalion chief said today. On the second night of firefighting, a helicopter was assigned to observe ground operations but not make water drops, said OCFA Battalion Chef Mike Petro.


The San Diego Union-Tribune

California fires north and south bring evacuations

A plume of smoke rises into the sky as a wildfire burns in the Cleveland National Forest in eastern Orange County, while traffic moves along a freeway through Tustin, Calif. on Friday, Sept.


Sat Sep 13, 2014

NBC Washington

SoCal Fire Likely Started in Yard

The fire broke out around 10:30 a.m. Friday in the 30500 block of Silverado Canyon Road in a remote part of the Cleveland National Forest, about 20 miles east of Santa Ana, officials said. The Silverado Fire was 10 percent contained and estimated at about 1,500 acres Saturday as temperatures were expected to reach the triple digits in the afternoon.


San Bernardino County Sun

Plane enthusiasts gather at San Bernardino airport during wildfires

SAN BERNARDINO >> John Gibson was driving down Tippecanoe Avenue on Friday afternoon when he spotted an airplane he recognized overhead, so he steered his automobile to the San Bernardino International Airport. He found a seat on the top row of shaded, wooden bleachers and opened his senses to the sights, sounds and smells of airplanes taking off, landing and restocking on flame retardant to fight the Silverado Fire, a wildfire burning about 35 miles away, near Corona.


The Press-Enterprise

CoronaCORONA: Coroner IDs crash 1-15 crash victim

The Riverside County coroner's office has released the name of the man who died when his pickup truck rolled over on I-15 at the Ontario Avenue off ramp in Corona. on State Street, where his silver Chevy Silverado landed after it overturned in the carpool lane, veered across the other traffic lanes, plunged down an embankment and landed near a home, according to reports.


Fri Sep 12, 2014

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

30 homes near California fire ordered evacuated

Firefighters work on a brush fire in Silverado Canyon in Orange County, Calif. on Friday, Sept.



Streaming Live: Fire Crews Battle Brush Fire In Silverado Canyon

Amid forecasts of record heat, a wildfire erupted in heavy brush in the Cleveland National Forest today, and despite the lack of winds, flames tore through thick fuels and spread rapidly across dozens of acres. The fire broke out around 10:30 a.m. in the 30500 block of Silverado Canyon Road, fire officials said.


CBS Local

200-Acre Brush Fire Burning In Silverado Canyon

Orange County fire officials Friday were battling a 200-acre brush fire in Silverado Canyon of the Cleveland National Forest. The fire was reported around 10:50 a.m. in the 30000 block of Silverado Canyon Road, according to the OC Fire Authority.


Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Campbell Reporter

Pittsburg: Suspect held in fatal hit-and-run crash; brother tried to hide truck, police say

A man suspected in a hit-and-run crash that killed a Bay Point woman over the weekend was arrested early Wednesday, and his brother was arrested for attempting to hide the truck involved in the crash, police said.


Wed Aug 27, 2014

Contra Costa Times

El Cerrito: Longtime Scout camp volunteer leads by example

Good stewardship of the earth, giving to the community and passing on what he's learned in life all come together at a special spot for Fosselius -- the Boy Scouts' Camp Herms.



Beach Hazards Statement for Orange County was issued at September 17 at 4:47AM PDT


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