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  • Saturday, November 15, 2008

     

    ANAHEIM MANDATORY EVACUATION and ANAHEIM Human and Animal EVACUATION CENTERS

    Mandatory Anaheim and Anaheim Hills evacuations
    The area within these boundaries:
    North boundary- 91 Freeway, East boundary- 241 Toll Road, West boundary- Weir Canyon Rd or Serrano Ave., southern boundary- Marblehead Way

    The area wihin these boundaries:
    North boundary- Mohler Dr, West boundary Del Giorgio Rd, South boundary- Canyon Rim Rd, East boundary- Deer Canyon Park and Fairmont Park

    Evacuation Centers:

    Downtown Anaheim Community Center: 250 E. Center St, Anaheim, CA 92805 (cross street Anaheim Blvd)

    Katella High School: 2200 E. Wagner; Anaheim High School: 811 W. Lincoln;

    Loara High School: 1765 Euclid;

    Annabella Hotel is also offering displaced residents a discounted rate- hotel phone number (714) 905-1050

    ANIMAL INFORMATION:


    Animal Control is setting up an animal shelter for small animals at Esperanza High School at 1830 North Kellogg Drive in Anaheim.

    The Orange County Animal Shelter at City Drive South is also taking animals for victims of the fire.There number is (714) 935-7419.

    Horse Shelter

    Horses can be taken to Rancho Del Rio Stables (they are accepting horses only): 1314 Sandersen Av. Anaheim (714) 535-3510

    Huntington Beach Equestrian Center at 18381 Goldenwest St. in Huntington Beach,

    or the Los Alamitos Race Track at 4961 Katella in Los Alamitos.

    Board is free, but people must bring feed and supplies.

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