In December 2018, a huge fire erupted beneath the Santa Monica Mountains that destroyed more than 1,500 homes, damaged more than 8,000 structures and forced nearly 1,100 firefighters to call in sick.
Now, the Department of Homeland Security has released an updated map showing where the Santa Paula Underground Coal fire is located.
The fire is the largest fire in California history, with more than 25,000 homes and businesses destroyed and more than 20,000 buildings destroyed.
The map also shows the number of firefighters working to contain the fire and how much money has been spent to keep the fire contained.
The Department of Fire Protection said it received more than $250 million in funding for the firefighting effort.
As of Monday, the fire had destroyed an estimated 3,200 homes and 2,200 businesses.
Officials are still investigating what caused the fire.
According to the Department, the Santa Clarita Fire Department was the first to respond to the blaze, and was responsible for evacuating over 4,500 people and protecting a total of 4,700 people.
The Fire Department is expected to spend another $25 million to $50 million to keep it under control, according to the department.