The fast-moving, wind-driven Silverado fire was burning in the hills north of Irvine on Monday, closing major roads and threatening homes.
Here's what we know:
Portola Parkway from Highway 241 to Jamboree Road
Highway 241 from Highway 133 to Santiago
Santiago Canyon Road from Cooks to Highway 241
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Between Great Park and Bake, and north of Toledo until the City limits
Areas from Irvine Boulevard south to Trabuco Road, and from Jeffrey Road East to Portola High School
Areas north of Irvine Boulevard between Jamboree Rd & Bake Parkway
Quail Hill Community Center
39 Shady Canyon Drive
Irvine, CA 92603
Los Olivos Community Center
101 Alfonso Drive, 91618
Harvard Community Center
14701 Harvard Ave., 92606
Rancho Senior Center
3 Ethel Coplen Way, 92612
Las Lomas Community Center
10 Federation Way, 92603
Turtle Rock Community Center
1 Sunnyhill, 92063
Newport Coast Community Center
6401 San Joaquin Hills Rd., 92657
Village Church of Irvine
77 Post, 92618
Turtle Rock Community Center: 1 Sunnyhill, 92603
University Community Center: 1 Beech Tree Lane (currently at capacity)
Quail Hill Community Center: 35 Shady Canyon Dr
Los Olivos Community Center: 101 Alfonso (currently at capacity)
Harvard Community Center: 14701 Harvard (currently at capacity)
Rancho Senior Center: 3 Ethel Coplen Way
Northwood High School
Tustin Unified schools will be evacuated to Beckman High School:
UC Irvine has suspended all campus operations
Blue Ridge Fire
The Blue Ridge fire is threatening homes in Yorba Linda.
Area North of the 91 freeway East of Gypsum Canyon, including Bryant Ranch Elementary School.
Area North of the 91 Freeway along Hidden Hills Road.
Area North of 91 Freeway along Avienda Bryant,
Bryant Ranch School has been ordered to evacuate; students are being bused to the reunification site, Esperanza High School at 1830 Kellogg Dr in Anaheim.
Sources: City of Irvine; Orange County Fire Authority; OC Sheriff
This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.