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Incident Pre-attack Planning  

Over the past 5 years CAL FIRE / San Luis Obispo County Fire, through funding from the County Office of Emergency Services, has begun creating localized disaster preplans. These plans come in the form of  large, printed, foldout maps which are distributed to engine companies, fire stations and chief officers within the County.

Below you will see our library of planning maps that have been produced by CAL FIRE / San Luis Obispo County Fire GIS Department. These maps were produced with a collaborative effort with communities, Fire Departments, County OES, Law Enforcement,  State Parks and Cal Poly Internship program. We are currently developing these plans in three categories. Wildland Fire Threat, Evacuation Planning and Tsunami.
          Wildland Fire      Evacuation Plan      Tsunami Plan

Please feel free to view these plans. Please understand that these plans are designed to give incoming responders from all departments fast access to strategic information and any significant hazards in the area for the event of a large scale incident.

Plan Overview:
One side of these plans include text with specific information about the geographic  area with regards to climate, topology, fuel types demographics etc., as well as specific hazards, additional/specialized resource recommendations, and general strategies and tactics.

The other side is a  road map with key tactical locations represented, including escape routes, safety zones, radio frequency availability and lookouts (LCES) as well as items such as proposed dozer line, safe refuge areas, staging areas, helispots etc.

Please send any question or comments to:
Chief Greg Alex at David.Fowler@fire.ca.gov

Cal Poly Presentation 3/6/2013  Click Here

** These are large PDF files; Depending on your Acrobat Reader settings and the font selection available to you, images and/or text may not display correctly (in particular north arrows and potentially symbology) ***


Wildland Fire

West Cuesta Ridge Pre-attack Plan (2016)

 Low Resolution / Geo Refrenced
West Cuesta Ridge
wcuesta 

West Nacimiento Lake Pre-attack Plan (2013)

Low Resolution / Geo Refrenced
West Lake Naciminento

High Resolution / Geo Refrenced
West Lake Naciminento
 

East Nacimiento Lake Pre-attack Plan (2013)

Low Resolution / Geo Refrenced
East Lake Naciminento

High Resolution / Geo Refrenced

East Lake Naciminento
 

East Arroyo Grande Pre-attack Plan (2012)

 

Low Resolution files

East Arroyo Grande Plan Map

East Arroyo Grande Map Overview

 

High Resolution / Geo Refrenced

East Arroyo Grande Plan  (Complete)

 
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Avila Pre-attack Plan (2012)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files

 

See and Davis Canyon Plan Map

Avila Map Overview

Barron & Squire Plan Map

Lupine Plan Map

 

High Resolution / Geo Refrenced

Avila Plan (Complete)


Parkhill Pre-attack Plan (2012)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files

 

Parkhill Plan Map 

Parkhill Overview Map

 

 

 

Parkhill Plan (Complete)


 
West Atascadero Pre-attack Plan (2010)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files


West Atascadero Plan Map

West Atascadero Plan, High Resolution

Suey Creek Pre-attack Plan (2010)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files


Suey Creek Plan Map

Suey Creek Plan, High Resolution 
Suey Creek

Cambria Plan Pre-attack Plan(2010)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files


Cambria Plan (PDF, 3mb)

Cambria Plan, High Resolution (PDF, 111mb)
Cambria

Perfumo Canyon Pre-attack Plan (2010)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files


 
Map Front
Ranchita

Ranchita Pre-attack Plan (2011)

Updated 8/31/2012

Low Resolution files


 
Map Front
Ranchita

Avila Pre-attack Plan (2006)

Retired


Map                                                          
Avila

Parkhill Pre-attack Plan (2005)
Retired


Map Front
Map Back
Parkhill

*The CAL FIRE/San Luis Obispo County Fire does not assume liability for any damages caused by any errors or omissions in the data.  The County of San Luis Obispo makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, that these data are accurate and reliable, nor does the fact of distribution constitute such a warranty.  Independent verification of all data contained on this map should be obtained by any user thereof.  Users assume responsibility to determine the appropriate use of this data


Evacuation Planning

CAL FIRE / San Luis Obispo County Fire, the County Office of Emergency Service and the San Luis Obispo County Communities Fire Safe Council have contributed funding to these projects to create Pre-Planned Evacuations brochures for the public that confirm for the residents the proper evacuation route.

West Atascadero Evacuation Route Plan (2013)
2013

West Atascadero Evacuation Plan (PDF, .5mb) 2013


(Funding provided by SLOCCFSC)
      

Parkhill Evacuation Route Plan (2013)
2013

Parkhill Evacuation Plan (PDF, .5mb)


(Funding provided by SLOCCFSC)
        

Avila Evacuation Route Plan (2013)
2013

Avila Evacuation Plan (PDF, .5mb)

(Funding provided by State FireSafe Council & SLOCCFSC)
    
 

Cambria Evacuation Route Plan (2010)

Cambria Evacuation Plan (PDF, .5mb)

(Creation funding provided by SLO CO OES)
(Distribution funding provided by Cambria CSD)



Upper Los Berros Evacuation Route Plan (2010)

Upper Los Berros Plan (PDF, .5mb)


(Funding provided by SLO CO OES)  



Suey Creek Evacuation Route Plan (2010)

Suey Creek Plan (PDF, .5mb)


(Funding provided by SLO CO OES)   



CAL FIRE/San Luis Obispo County Fire does not assume liability for any damages caused by any errors or omissions in the data.  The County of San Luis Obispo makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, that these data are accurate and reliable, nor does the fact of distribution constitute such a warranty.  Independent verification of all data contained on this map should be obtained by any user thereof.  Users assume responsibility to determine the appropriate use of this data

TSUNAMI PLANNING

Via a grant provided by the Department of Homeland Security, CAL FIRE / San Luis Obispo County Fire Department is developing a series of field maps for fire department personnel, law enforcement and other emergency responders for use in the event of a tsunami event. These maps are designed to assist decision makers and allow field units to have, fast, easy access to clear, pertinent information.  

The county has been divided into three geographic areas (North, Central and South), and each of these areas will have a 24” x 36” foldout map. Each of these maps will be divided into 6 smaller areas, with tactical information, target hazards, roads, etc.


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** These are large PDF files; Depending on your Acrobat Reader settings and the font selection available to you, images and/or text may not display correctly (in particular north arrows and potentially symbology) ***

Text shown on
all three plans


 

North Coast

The North Coast area contains the area between San Simeon and Monterey County border.

Northern San Simeon

The Northern San Simeon area extends from San Simeon Point in the north to Pico Creek in the south. This area includes the Hearst Pier as well as historic San Simeon and the Hearst Castle Visitor Center.


Northern San Simeon Map
 
Southern San Simeon

The San Simeon area extends from just north of Pico Creek to Cambria Pines Rd, and includes several State Park beaches, a State Park campground as well as San Simeon Acres, a small CSD consisting of several motels/inns, a few small markets and gas stations and approximately 300 residences, including the Pineview Mobile Home Park.


South San Simeon Map
 
Northern Cambria

Cambria is a small town which has an economy based on tourism. The local population has an older than average age, and will likely require extra assistance with evacuations should that be necessary. Additionally, roads in Cambria exhibit a wide spectrum of conditions, including paved, poorly maintained and dirt. Lastly, there are only two primary ways in and out of Cambria, namely Highway 1 north and south. Highway 46 intersects Highway 1 just south of Cambria and will likely be heavily used should evacuation become imminent. These four factors will potentially make evacuations more challenging than many other areas of San Luis Obispo County.

 

 
Southern Cambria

The southern Cambria area includes the neighborhood off of Ardath Dr and Marborough Ln. There is emergency egress and entrance to the north via the Fuscalini Ranch, but evacuation traffic is expected to be heavy along Ardath Dr. and Burton Dr., as these are the main artery of exit from this area. Minimal damage is expected in southern Cambria, as there are relatively large cliffs which should deflect most of the energy arriving form a tsunami.


South Cambria Map Draft
 
Esterro Bluffs

The Esterro Bluff area goes from southern Cambria to northern Cayucos. This area is very sparsely populated, with only a few residences between Highway 1 and the ocean. This area is not expected to sustain much damage, as most of this coastline is rocky cliffside.


Esterro Bluffs Map
 
Northern Cayucos

This small town has ingress and egress points at Highway 1 (north and south) and Old Creek Rd to the east. The northern end of the town is expected to incur major damage in the event of a large tsunami. The downtown area, including fuel stations, schools and the local fire station are all well within the inundation zone, as are many homes along the low-lying beach front properties.

 
Southern Cayucos

The major ingress and egress points for Cayucos will be Highway 1 (north and south) and Old Creek Rd to the east. This portion of Cayucos is primarily residential, with a steep increase in elevation away from the ocean.


Southern Cayucos Map
 
Northern Morro Bay

Northern Morro Bay is expected to suffer relatively heavily in a major tsunami, due to the low elevation in the neighborhoods off of Sandlewood Ave and the area around Cloisters Community Park.. Additionally the state park campgrounds located off of Yerba Buena St are likely to be inundated.


North Morro Bay Map
 
Central Morro Bay

In the event of a tsunami, Central and Southern Morro bay are expected to be some of the most severely impacted areas in the county. The sandspit will certainly deflect much of the energy directed at the coastline, but a relatively large amount of damage can be expected within the harbor.


Central Morro Bay Map
 
Southern Morro Bay

In the event of a tsunami, Central and Southern Morro bay are expected to be some of the most severely impacted areas in the county. The sandspit will certainly deflect much of the energy directed at the coastline, but a relatively large amount of damage can be expected within the harbor.


Southern Morro Bay Map
 
Los Osos

The Los Osos area which would be effected by a tsunami is primarily residential in nature. The area is likely to have a moderate amount of inundation in the event of a tsunami. There are two primary areas which can expect damage, with isolated homes scattered along the coastline. Los Osos only has two roads for entrance/egress: South Bay Blvd to the north and Los Osos Valley Rd to the south. In the event of a tsunami, it is possible that portions of South Bay Blvd will be flooded or damaged, so Los Osos Valley Rd is advised to be primary the primary route for access and evacuation.

 
Avila Valley Area

The Avila Valley area has a high tourist population which may lead to some complications with evacuations. Ingress and egress routes into the Avila area include Avila Valley Rd and San Luis Bay Dr. Additionally, San Luis Creek runs from the ocean near the downtown area of Avila Beach and continues up a canyon – predictions show possible inundation up this canyon, past Highway 101. However, this area floods on a regular basis and as such development near the creek is minimal; structure and infrastructure damage should be minimal.

 
Avila Downtown

At the lowest elevations, the downtown area of Avila Beach is primarily commercial development, with a combination of restaurants, shops and lodging. There is a large tourist population, which may require extra support when evacuating. There is only one egress path from downtown Avila Beach, Avila Beach Dr. This road follows a creek, and as a result is likely to be flooded and/or damaged as a result of a tsunami.

 
Shell Beach

The Shell Beach area runs from the north end of Shell Beach to Dinasaur Park in the south. This area is primarily moderately dense residential, especially along the coastline. This area has relatively high cliffs which will likely take the majority of the impact of any tsunmai, but there are a few select areas which will likely have a damaging impact to structures.

 
Southern Pismo Beach

Pismo beach is a relatively dense urban area, much of which is expected to be heavily impacted in the event of a major tsunmai. The downtown area and the mobile home parks to the south will likely have major damage, requiring a relatively large response. Highway 101/1 is in the expected inundation zone, which may prove problematic with regards to evacuation, however the damage expected should not cause structural damage – upon recession of the water, the highway should be usable.

 
Oceano Area

Oceano will have a relatively large amount of damage after a tsunami. The inundation area includes the Oceano Airport as well as many homes and businesses.

 
South Coast

The southern most section of coastline is very sparsely populated, and contains mostly state park land and agriculture. Much of this coastline is the property of CA State Parks.

 

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The CAL FIRE/San Luis Obispo County Fire does not assume liability for any damages caused by any errors or omissions in the data.  The County of San Luis Obispo makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, that these data are accurate and reliable, nor does the fact of distribution constitute such a warranty.  Independent verification of all data contained on this map should be obtained by any user thereof.  Users assume responsibility to determine the appropriate use of these data. 


 

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