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Flood Evacuation Orders Still in Place

The Butte County Sheriff's Office has not lifted evac orders in areas around Butte County.

Posted: Nov 30, 2018 7:16 AM
Updated: Nov 30, 2018 10:48 AM

CHICO, Calif. - The Butte County Sheriff's Office has not yet lifted evacuation orders for Esquon Road from Mesa Road north to the end of Esquon (this includes Garden Road) - that's about 3 miles southeast of Durham.

Honey Run Road here is closed from the Skyway up to Paradise, including Horse Run Lane.

As for evacuation warnings where residents are asked to shelter in place, that was Centerville Road from Harris Hills Road to Nimshew Road, and that's still in effect.

Hegan Lane south to Highway 162 as well as both the Hamlin Canyon and Lower Neal zones are still blocked off.

The Butte County Fairgrounds in Gridley is open for those who have been evacuated because of the flash floods. there is room for small and large animals.

CHP says they opened Honey Run Road early Friday morning briefly, only to discover more boulders tumbled into the roadway.

We'll bring you the latest on areas reopening when the BCSO lifts the evacuation orders. 

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