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GOVERNMENT DISASTER ASSISTANCE - DECEMBER 11TH DEADLINE

Individuals affected by the Northern California wildfires can apply for government disaster assistance.  The deadline to file a claim for assistance from FEMA is December 11, 2017.  There are assistance and recovery centers open in Mendocino County, Napa County, Sonoma County, and Lake County.  For more information about disaster assistance and the locations of these centers, individuals can visit FEMA's website at https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2017/10/28/california-wildfire-survivors-can-get-person-help-assistance-centers-0.  To apply for assistance through FEMA, individuals can visit https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4344.

EVACUATION CENTERS

  • Cloverdale:
  • Citrus Fairgrounds: 1 Citrus Fair Drive, Cloverdale, CA
  • Guerneville:
  • Guerneville Veterans Memorial Building: 16255 First & Church Street, Gurneville, CA
  • Healdsburg:
  • Healdsburg Community Center: 1157 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, CA
  • Petaluma:
  • 1st Presebyterian Church: 939 B Street, Petaluma, CA
  • Calvary Church: 1955 So. McDowell Boulevard, Petaluma, CA
  • Casa Grande High School: 333 Casa Grande Road, Petaluma, CA
  • Cavanaugh Youth Center: 426 8th Street, Petaluma, CA
  • Church of Christ: 370 Sonoma Mountain Parkway, Petaluma, CA
  • New Life Church: 1310 Clegg Street, Petaluma, CA
  • Petaluma Community Center: 320 North McDowell Boulevard S, Petaluma, CA
  • Petaluma Veterans Memorial Hall: 1094 Petaluma Blvd S, Petaluma, CA
  • Santa Rosa:
  • Cook Middle School: 2490 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Elsie Allen High School: 599 Bellevue Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Finley Community Center: 2060 West College Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Santa Rosa Veterans Building: 1351 Maple Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Sebastopol:
  • Analy High School: 6950 Analy Avenue, Sebastopol, CA
  • Hessel Church: 5060 Hessel Avenue, Sebastopol, CA
  • St. Stephen's Episcopoal Church: 500 Robinson Road, Sebastopol, CA
  • Sonoma:
  • Sonoma Valley High School: 20000 Broadway, Sonoma CA
  • Windsor:
  • Windsor High School: 8695 Windsor Road, Windsor, CA
  • Sacramento:
  • Cal Expo State Fairgrounds: 1600 Exposition Boulevard, Sacramento, CA
  • San Pablo:
  • Contra Costa Community College: 2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo, CA
  • Large Animal Pet Shelters:
  • Sonoma County Fairgrounds Pavillion: 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds: 175 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma, CA

FIRE UPDATES

UPDATE ON 12/06/2017:

Individuals affected by the Northern California wildfires can apply for government disaster assistance.  The deadline to file a claim for assistance from FEMA is December 11, 2017.  There are assistance and recovery centers open in Mendocino County, Napa County, Sonoma County, and Lake County.  For more information about disaster assistance and the locations of these centers, individuals can visit FEMA's website at https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2017/10/28/california-wildfire-survivors-can-get-person-help-assistance-centers-0.  To apply for assistance through FEMA, individuals can visit https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4344.

 

UPDATE ON 10/23/2017:

As of October 23, 2017, the Tubbs Fire, the Pocket Fire and the Nuns Fire have burned 110,720 acres and are 90% contained.  They have resulted in 23 civilian fatalities and have destroyed 6,768 structures and damaged an additional 476 structures.  Full containment of these fires is expected on October 27, 2017.

As of October 23, 2017, the Atlas Fire (also known as the Southern LNU Complex Fire) has burned approximately 51,624 acres in Napa and Sonoma Counties.  It is currently 93% contained but has destroyed 462 residences, 19 commercial properties, and 304 other structures. There are currently 929 fire personnel assigned to combatting this fire.

UPDATE ON 10/18/2017:

The fires in Northern California have burned more than 210,000 acres and killed at least 42 people. 

The Southern LNU Complex Fire Status:

The major fire in the Southern LNU Complex is the Atlas Fire, in Napa and Sonoma Counties.  As of today (October 18, 2017), the Atlas Fire has burned 51,064 acres and is 83% contained. Cal Fire lists the location as “off of Atlas Peak Road, south of Lake Berryessa.” The Atlas Fire has destroyed 421 structures, damaged 66 others and currently threatens 986 more. There are currently 3,253 fire personnel assigned to combatting the Atlas Fire.

The other fires in this complex, the Nuns, Abode, Norbbom, Pressley and Patrick fires, are also in Napa and Sonoma Counties.  They have burned 54,423 acres and are currently 80% contained. Cal Fire lists the location of these fires as “Hwy 12, north of Glen Ellen.”

The Central LNU Complex Fire Status:

As of October 18th at 7:00 a.m., the Tubbs fire, in Napa County, has burned 36,432 and is currently 91% contained. Cal Fire lists the location of the Tubbs fire as “off of Hwy 128 and Bennett Ln, Calistoga.”

The Pocket Fire, in Sonoma County, has burned 12,430 acres and is currently 63% contained. Together, these fires have destroyed 5,017 structures, damaged 264 and threatened 21,112. Cal Fire lists the location of the Pocket Fire as “off of Pocket Ranch Road and Ridge Ranch Road, Geyserville.” Expected full containment of the Tubbs Fire, the Pocket Fire, and the Nuns Fire is expected to occur on October 20, 2017.

UPDATE AT 2:36 PM ON 10/12/17:

Southern LNU Complex Fires (Includes Atlas Fire, Patrick Fire, Nuns Fire, Pressley Fire, and Adobe Fire):
Approximately 77, 705 acres have burned in these fires combined, with the Atlas Fire destroying over 43,000 acres alone.  The Atlas Fire is 3% contained. The Patrick Fire, which has burned 10,817 acres in Napa County, is 2% contained. The Nuns and Norbrom Fires have burned 14,698 acres and are 3% contained.  The Pressley Fires and Adobe fires are 1% contained and have burned 473 and 7,955 acres respectively. Together, all of these fires have destroyed 191 structures, damaged 25 others and an additional 5,000 are threatened. There are currently 1358 fire personnel fighting these fires including 131 fire engines, 17 water tenders, 17 helicopters, 8 air tankers, 27 hand crews, and 15 dozers. 

Central LNU Complex Fires (Includes Tubbs Fire and Pocket Fire):
Approximately 42,400 acres have burned in these fires combined, with the Tubbs Fire destroying over 34,000 acres alone.  The Tubbs Fire, in Sonoma and Napa Counties, is currently 10% contained while the Pocket Fire is 0% contained. The Tubbs and Pocket Fires have already destroyed 576 structures and are currently threatening an additional 29,192 structures. There are currently 890 fire personnel fighting these fires including 106 fire engines, 29 water tenders, 7 helicopters, 6 air tankers, 18 hand crews, and 23 dozers. There have been 14 reported fatalities as a result of these fires.

EVACUATION UPDATES

10/12/2017: A mandatory evacuation order was issued on October 12, 2017 for the area of East 4th Street, between Brazil and E. Napa Street and North of E. Napa Street, between 4th Street East and Old Winery Road.  Residents are instructed to leave immediately. For more information, view the full evacuation order here.

Current MANDATORY Evacuation Areas - Napa County
Monticello Park
Silverado Country Club
Hardman/McKinley/Estee
Circle Oaks
Buhman Road
Wild Horse Valley Road
Silverado Trail from Trancas to SR 128
SR 128 to Moskowite
Monteceto/Monte Vista
Berryessa Highlands

Current MANDATORY Evacuation Areas - Sonoma County
All of Glen Ellen
West of Jack London State Park
East of Bennet Valley Golf Course
Sonoma Mountain Road Bennet Ridge Road
Sonoma Mountain Road
Enterprise Road
Wall Road and Cavedale Road
Arnold Drive
Partrick Rd to Browns Valley Rd
7 th St. East and Old Winery Rd
Castle Road and Old Winery Rd.

For additional evacuation information for Sonoma County please visit the Sonoma County Website here.

For more information regarding Napa evacuations you can download the Napa update here or visit the Napa County website.


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