Firefighters have fully contained a vegetation fire that broke out Sunday afternoon along Jalama Road south of Lompoc.
The blaze about six miles in from Highway 1 was reported shortly before 3 p.m.
The first crews on scene reported 2-3 acres charred, with flames making a run up a hillside, said Mike Eliason, a Santa Barbara County Fire Department spokesman.
At about 3:45, the forward progress of the flames had been stopped, Eliason said.
The fire blackened just under two acres, Eliason said.
The fire was declared 100- percent contained at about 6 p.m., with full control expected at 10 a.m. Monday.
In addition to firefighters and bulldozers on the ground, helicopters made water drops to cool off and slow the flames.
Crews from the city of Lompoc assistedon the fire.
Fixed-wing air tankers were requested but then canceled.
A hand crew was expected to remain on scene overnight to watch for hot spots, Eliason said.