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Robbers Fire - July 2012

Last updated: 07/27/2012 at 2:15 PM

The Robbers Fire in Placer County is 100 percent contained and no longer active. As such, the Placer County Office of Emergency Services Public Information Office information line is no longer staffed.

For evacuation-related information, the public and media are urged to call the Placer County Office of Emergency Services at 530-886-5310

For fire information, contact the Cal FIRE call center at 530-823-4083.

Links and Updates on Robbers Fire

Smoke Related Information/ Advisories

Dealing With Smoke

Maps of Fire Area

Evacuation Guide

Air Quality

  • Information will be updated and posted to the District Web site as available at
  • For general air quality information, go to The Spare the Air website is a great site to monitor current air quality values for ozone and PM2.5. Smoke formation generates an increase in PM2.5 concentrations and the higher the concentration, the higher the Air Quality Index value. Before conducting any outdoor activities it would be prudent to visit this site to review the Index and forecast for your area. If information is not provided for your general area, use the visibility index provided above to determine air quality

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