The week-old Scotts Fire, the latest of several wildfires to strike the North Coast in recent weeks, was fully contained Friday evening, Cal Fire said.

The 4,618-acre wildfire in the Cow Mountain Area northwest of Lakeport had not grown for several days, though it continued to burn inside the perimeter.

Work was expected to be ongoing in the fire zone, as it was in neighboring fires, to douse hot spots and repair hardscape and environmental damage caused by fire suppression work.

Smoke may continue to be visible within the fire perimeter as mop-up efforts continue, Cal Fire said.

About 500 fire personnel remained on the job at the Scotts Fire south of Highway 20 in Lake County.

Some roads and trails in the area will remain closed or restricted to traffic.