Shasta-Trinity National Forest Fork Complex: A community meeting will be held today, August 2, at 1pm at the Hayfork Community Church in Hayfork. A community meeting will be held today, August 2, at 4pm in Hyampom, at the Volunteer Fire Department.:    
Red Cross Evacuation Center for Mad River/Ruth at: Van Duzen Community Center, Van Duzen Road, Mad River:    
Precautionary evacuations for the town of Blocksburg.:    
Mandatory Evacuations for residences in the area of Mad River Rd from Highway 36 to Three Forks Road area and the back side of the lake on Ruth/Zenia Road to the Ruth Dam:     - Click for more Info
State Route 36 is closed at the Trinity County line due to the wildfires. It's unknown when the roadway will re-open:    
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Fishermen's Terminal Building in Eureka expected to have new seafood restaurant this summer

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EUREKA- A building in Eureka designed to hold a restaurant could be getting a seafood cafe next year.

The Fisherman’s Terminal Building, which is at the foot of C Street, was built in 2011. Originally designed with a restaurant space, the partially occupied building has not had a restaurant or cafe yet. For the last two years, city staff has been working to bring one in. Five months ago, the city entered into negotiations with the owner of Jack’s Seafood, Jack Woo. Now, the city council will vote at Tuesday’s meeting to authorize staff to enter into a 5-year lease agreement with the business. They will also vote to use $245,000 in federal funds to pay for interior improvements to get the space ready. If the council votes to authorize the lease agreement, the restaurant could open in the summer.

"The worst problem a city can have is when you have vacant spaces and restaurant spaces and retail spaces and the opportunity get hopefully a good restaurant in here that's going to be here a long time, because, you know, restaurants come and go, but we've tried to set this up to hopefully be successful, so I think that does send a positive message," said Greg Sparks, the Eureka City Manager.