Some residents have evacuated to the parking lot of popular Zuma Beach.
Caitlyn's stepdaughter Kim Kardashian, 38, who was evacuated on Thursday night, tweeted on Friday that her mansion is safe for now, despite the fire having reached her property.
Earlier, the fire devastated the town of Paradise in the Sierra foothills, home to 26,000 people.
About 2:30 a.m., all evacuation orders in the city of Los Angeles were changed from mandatory to voluntary, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Where are people being evacuated?
Fear and panic are spreading through affected areas as many reports are saying that the California fires are spreading so quickly people aren't leaving in time.
The flames are now threatening coastal areas further south, fire officials said.
A pair of intense wildfires in Ventura County have also led to the evacuation of 105,000 people in Southern California, leading acting Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency there while Gov.
Mark Ghilarducci provided the figure at a news briefing on Friday.
The message comes as three major fires now cause catastrophic damage, two in Southern California and one in the Northern California.
Only a day after it began, the fire near the town of Paradise had grown to almost 110 square miles (285 square kilometers).
Los Angeles County Fire Department Chief Trey Epsy said crews created "water curtains" between homes to salvage the ones they could. Evacuation orders were issued for residents of the beachside community of Malibu. Los Angeles is prone to natural disasters as earthquakes are expected in the region, but with the drought this year and mighty fires, it's becoming even more unsafe to live in the area.
A series of fast-moving wildfires are racing up and down California early Friday, destroying thousands of structures in their paths and forcing thousands of residents to evacuate through flame-lined streets.
On Thursday at 2:25 p.m., a second brush fire ignited in the area of Rocketdyne, south of the City of Simi Valley, called the Woolsey Fire.
Malibu, known as the home of many Hollywood stars, has about 13,000 residents and lies along 21 miles of coast at the southern foot of the mountain range. This morning at 7:00am, the Los Angeles Fire Department reported via Twitter that the fire is an "imminent threat" to Malibu.
The blaze threatened several communities and institutions including the Point Mugu Naval Base and California State University, Channel Islands campus, according to authorities.
Also burning in Ventura County was the Hill Fire, which had torched 10 000 acres (4047 hectares) by Thursday night, fire officials said.