One firefighter has been injured in the Charlie Fire, which began Saturday afternoon near Charlie Canyon and Tapia Canyon roads and expanded to a burn area of 3,380 acres, according to a Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesperson.
The increase in the blaze's containment comes one day after firefighters used bulldozers and aircraft to knock down a potential flare-up.
Evacuation orders were lifted for as many as 30 homes on San Francisquito Road. The street was fully reopened by 7 a.m. Monday.
The quick-moving flames initially threatened about 100 homes in the area. None were damaged.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.