UPDATE (9:05 p.m.)- Officials with the Ventura County Fire Department tweeted on Saturday that all evacuation orders have been lifted for the Hill Fire.
All evacuation orders from #Hillfire have been lifted. Visit https://t.co/7Y5goEusNH for full up-to-date information on both #Woolseyfire and #Hillfire. This information as of 7:00pm tonight. @VCFD pic.twitter.com/cyVT6dXmTx
— VCFD PIO (@VCFD_PIO) November 11, 2018
The Hill Fire has reached over 4,500 acres and is 65 percent contained. In total, two structures were damaged by the Hill Fire. Fire managers expect to reach full containment within the next five days.
— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) November 11, 2018
UPDATE (5:27 p.m.) – Fire officials say there was no significant growth seen at the Hill Fire on Friday.
— VCFD PIO (@VCFD_PIO) November 10, 2018
(9:32 a.m.) – The Hill Fire in Ventura County has burned 6,100 acres and was 0 percent contained as of Friday morning.
It broke out Thursday afternoon near Hill Canyon Road.
Fire officials say 437 structures are threatened but none have been destroyed or damaged.
One injury has been reported.
All lanes of Highway 101 are back open in Ventura County but a portion of the highway remains closed in Los Angeles County due to the Woolsey Fire, which grew overnight and has burned 10,000 acres.
Your SMFD in the fight at the Hill Fire. The fire continues to burn along with others around the state. Stay safe! pic.twitter.com/25TgogrO9f
— Santa Maria Fire (@SMFDHQ) November 9, 2018
For the latest evacuation information, visit vcemergency.com.