Alerts & Notices

2019 Road Damage

2019 Road Damage Map

Interactive Road Damage Map

This winter a series of strong storms hit California, causing extensive damage to roads, trails, infrastructure and ecosystems on California's national forests. This map will help you determine where road damage has occurred and how it might impact your plans to visit the national forest.

The map shows the damage of which we are aware. While the map is linked directly to the Forest Service database and is kept as current as possible, please contact your local Forest Service office for the most complete and up-to-date information on road damage.

Safety First

Please be aware of these alerts and notices because many unexpected situations can present difficult challenges for forest visitors.

Be well informed and prepared for your next visit to the forest.

Before venturing out, contact the nearest Forest Service office for recent information on alerts, advisories, notices and closures.

To report an emergency, please call 911.


  • San Jacinto Area Campgrounds
  • Parking lot access due to snow
  • Smoke alert: Winter prescribed burning
  • Pacific Crest Trail in Deep Creek Area reroute for equestrians


  • Critical Highways 74 and 243
  • Critical Cranston Fire Closure Area
  • 1N45 Closed
  • 1N09 Closed
  • City Creek, Fuller Mill Creek, and North Fork San Jacinto River
  • Gray's Peak Area
  • Annual Winter Road Closures
  • 2N53 Closed

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Road Conditions

Forest Roads may be impacted after storm events, before traveling to an area within the forest we recomend checking current road conditions or contacting your local Forest Service Office.

For information on chain control checkpoints and highways please check the Caltrans quickmap


Other Sources of Fire Information

View our short-list of other fire information sources, both local and national.