Evacuation Notice Changed in Siskiyou Co

Shelter Open for EvacueesYREKA, Calif. — The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office is lifting the Mandatory Evacuation Notice that was issued to residents of Beaver Creek, north of Highway 96 near the Klamath River.

The Sheriff’s Office says there is still an Advisory Evacuation notice in effect for the residents of Beaver Creek.

A Mandatory Evacuation Notice is also still in effect for Copco area residents that live one mile east of the town Copco to the Beaver Creek area.

Evacuees can still utilize the Red Cross Shelter at the Jackson Street Elementary School at 405 Jackson Street in Yreka.

The evacuation center can also accommodate small animals and livestock. Beaver Creek Road is still closed to public access.