Authorities announced that the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County is fully contained after the fire damaged or destroyed more than 400 structures.
Millions of people have been without power for days as fire crews raced to contain two major wind-whipped blazes that have destroyed dozens of homes in California.
About 50,000 people were ordered to flee their homes in Sonoma County, north of San Francisco, as the Kincade Fire spread to cover 25,455 acres (10,300 hectares) after breaking out on Wednesday.
The death toll from the California wildfire rose to 77 while a vigil to honour the victims was held in Paradise city.
The death toll from Northern California's wildfires rose to 42 on Wednesday as rescuers found another victim in Sonoma County.
The 41 confirmed fatalities make the fires California’s deadliest on record, surpassing the 29 deaths from the Griffith Park fire of 1933 in Los Angeles.
At least 40 people have died and 5,700 structures destroyed in over a dozen wildfires burning in northern California for a week. The fires have consumed an area larger than New York City, while the city of Santa Rosa lost entire neighbourhoods.
Some 100,000 people have been forced from their homes, including 3,000 evacuated on Saturday from the city of Santa Rosa, about 80 kilometres (50 miles) north of San Francisco, and another 250 from nearby Sonoma city.
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