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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ON  OCTOBER  16, 2017

Contact(s):
Kristi Jourdan
Public Information Officer
(707) 253-4111
kristi.jourdan@countyofnapa.org
County Executive Office
1195 Third St


Napa, CA 94559

Minh C. Tran
County Executive Officer

Napa Fire Complex Update

Evacuation Order Lifted for Berryessa Highlands Community

NAPA –At 2pm on Monday, October 16th, the Mandatory Evacuation Order affecting residents in the Berryessa Highlands Community, SR 128 (from Silverado Trail to the Napa County Line at Monticello Dam) has been lifted. Access to Berryessa Highlands is via Sage Canyon Road or from Winters Area (SR 128). 

The following routes remain closed: 

 

  • All of Monticello Road, SR 121 (“The Corners”) South to Wooden Valley Road and beyond to Napa (Vichy Avenue)
  • All of Wooden Valley Road 

 

The public is reminded to remain vigilant on current fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures, evacuation advisories and evacuation orders. Some homes may still be without PG&E service, PG&E is in the area working to restore service. If you see electrical wires on the ground, stay clear and contact PG&E immediately. Trees and poles with deep charring should be considered hazardous. Do not connect a generator without a licensed electrician. Please drive slowly as emergency personnel continue to operate in the area. For health and other information on wildfire clean-up and recovery, please visit www.countyofnapa.org.  

 

 Actualización Sobre los Incendios en Napa La orden de evacuación ha sido removida en la comunidad de Berryessa Highlands

El lunes 16 de Octubre a las 2pm, la orden de evacuación obligatoria ha sido removida para la siguiente área: Comunidad de Berryessa Highlands, SR 128 (de Silverado Trail a la línea del Condado de Napa en la Presa de Monticello). El acceso Berryessa Highlands es vía Sage Canyon Road o del área de Winters  vía SR 128. 


The Board of Supervisors and staff of Napa County are dedicated to preserving and sustaining Napa County for present and future generations as a community with generous open space, a thriving agricultural industry and a quality human and natural environment.

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