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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ON  OCTOBER  14, 2017

Contact(s):
Kristi Jourdan
707-253-4501
Kristi.Jourdan@countyofnapa.org
County Executive Office


1195 Third Street
Napa, California 94558

Mihn Trahn
County Executive Officer

Napa Complex Fire Update

Media briefing scheduled for 9 a.m., Saturday

NAPA – Napa County has scheduled a media briefing for 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Napa County Sheriff’s Office located at 1535 Airport Blvd, in Napa County.

 

Emergency response agencies continue to fight multiple fires in Napa County. The County’s Emergency Operations Center remains active and is staffed around the clock. Emergency declarations have been issued at both the state and federal levels.

 

Emergency Updates and Information:

CAL FIRE continues to release fire activity and containment information at approximately 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. daily at fire.ca.gov.

 

Incident information and health information is available on the Napa County Web site at CountyofNapa.org, and also being shared with our media partners and through social media channels on Facebook and Twitter. For the most updated information and alerts, text your zip code to 888777 to receive Nixle alerts about the fires and evacuation information. Information is available in English and Spanish.

 

Evacuation Information: 

Mandatory and advisory evacuations remain in place for a number of areas in Napa County. CountyofNapa.org includes an updated map of the impacted areas.

 

It is illegal to enter mandatory evacuation areas. Law enforcement will maintain a presence in evacuated areas to assist people and protect property. Emergency Responders are actively performing safety assessments of burned areas to determine when it is safe to lift evacuation orders.

 

Re-entry to Property after Evacuation Order is Lifted:

Residents returning to their property after an evacuation order has been lifted should be aware of hazards that may exist and take necessary safety precautions. Go to Countyofnapa.org for helpful safety information.

 

Atlas Peak


Mandatory Evacuations: Atlas Peak Rd (from Westgate); Monticello Rd from Atlas Peak Road to SR 128 – including the Circle Oaks community; Soda Canyon Rd; Wild Horse Valley Rd starting at Green Valley Road; Sage Canyon between Silverado Trail and Turtle Rock; SR 128 Capell Valley; Berryessa Highlands; SR 128 to Putah Creek; SR 128 to Monticello Dam; Steele Canyon to Putah Creek; Gordon Valley; Wooden Valley Rd.

 

Advisory Evacuations*: areas east of Silverado Trail (from Trancas Street to Soscol Avenue), east of Soscol Avenue (between Silverado Trail and Imola Avenue), East of HWY 221 (from Imola Avenue to SR 29), east of SR 29 (from HWY 221 to Jameson Canyon Road), north of Jameson Canyon Road to the Napa/Solano County line.

 

Evacuation Centers: Napa Valley College Gym; Wooden Valley Rd and Monticello/Circle Oaks are being evacuated to Solano Community College Library parking lot.

 

Tubbs Calistoga


Mandatory Evacuation: All areas in the City of Calistoga and unincorporated areas north of Dunaweal Ln.

 

Evacuation Center: American Canyon High School

 

Nuns (Also including Partrick/Carneros info)


Mandatory Evacuation: Mount Veeder Rd; Dry Creek Rd (Oakville Grade to Orchard Ave); 1700 block of Partrick Road; Redwood Road (west of Browns Valley Rd);

 

Advisory Evacuations*: areas West of SR 29, between Oakville Grade and Rutherford Road

 

Evacuation Center: Napa Valley College Gym and Crosswalk Community Center

 

* Advisory Evacuation: if in this area, residents should be prepared, should a mandatory evacuation order be issued. For information on preparing for an evacuation, please visit readyforwildfire.org.

 

Evacuation Centers


Crosswalk Community Church - 2590 First Street, Napa

Napa Valley College Gym – 2277 Napa Vallejo Hwy, Napa

Solano Community College Library parking lot – 4000 Suisun Valley Rd, Fairfield

American Canyon High School – 3000 Newell Drive, American Canyon

 

Evacuation Centers are not checking immigration status – they are open and welcoming to all members of our community.

 

For those seeking information about loved ones in relation to the Napa Complex Fires please visit safeandwell.org.

 

Animal Shelters


Large Animals – Solano County Fairgrounds– 900 Fairgrounds Drive, Vallejo

Household Pets – Napa County Animal Shelter - 942 Hartle Court, Napa

 

Volunteer and Donation Information


The Napa Valley Community Organizations Active in Disaster (Napa Valley COAD) is an umbrella organization to coordinate all sectors of the community in disaster: nonprofit and faith-based organizations, government agencies and the private sector. Working in tandem with the Napa Valley Community Foundation and CVNL Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership, the COAD is currently assessing the most urgent needs and will inform the community and public as they evolve. Until further notice, monetary donations are the most crucial need. Tax-deductible donations in any amount can be made to the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund at napavalleycf.org/fire-donation-page. We are kindly asking that people refrain from donations of goods/items at this time. And please, SAFETY FIRST - DO NOT SELF DEPLOY to the area to bring donations or volunteer. Thank you for your ongoing support and interest in helping these severely impacted communities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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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