Firefighters were able to hold and improve fire lines on the Wall Fire in Butte County and Cal Fire reported the blaze was 85 percent contained Thursday evening.
Total acreage burned held steady at 6,033 acres while containment increased by 10 percent during the day.
The Wall Fire broke out Friday afternoon along Chinese Wall Road north of the small town of Bangor, which is southeast of Oroville.
All evacuations orders, warnings and road closures have been lifted, and Cal Fire announced that the evacuation center will be closed at 8 a.m. Friday.
Butte County has opened a local assistance center at the Oroville Municipal Auditorium, 1200 Myers St., for residents whose homes were damaged in the fire.
Cal Fire said that 41 single-family homes have been destroyed. In addition, 48 smaller structures were burned and two commercial structures were destroyed.
The Farad Fire, which broke out Monday 12 miles northeast of Truckee near Interstate 80 and the California-Nevada line, remained at 747 acres Thursday evening. Containment increased from 28 percent to 58 percent during the day.
Meanwhile, the Winters Fire in Yolo County, which was the focus of Cal Fire attention late last week, is 100 percent contained. The fire burned 2,269 acres.