The Rock Fire at Highway 193 and Rock Creek Road is nearing full containment.
The fire, which was reported to Cal Fire at 5:29 p.m. Saturday, is currently burning 45 acres but is 95 percent contained, the Cal Fire Twitter announced Monday morning.
The fire has affected 900 residents in the Georgetown area, a press release said, and PG&E announced that power lines had been damaged. There are no evacuations in effect.
According to Teri Mizuhara of Cal Fire, a single structure had been threatened, but was not damaged. The fire was expected to be contained by Monday evening and under full control Tuesday, she said.
There are about 200 personnel fighting the fire.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.