The Napa County Sheriff's Office is here to support the community in the event of an emergency. When a disaster strikes, communities come together to help each other. Communication is critical in every phase: prepare, respond, and recover.
In the event of an emergency, we all turn to our existing tools and networks—many of which are digital. Think about your connections and the online communities you’re already a part of, so you can share information, updates, or words of encouragement as we support one another through this time.
For preparedness information, visit Napa County Office of Emergency Services (OES) and readynapacounty.org for information on how you can prepare yourself and loved ones in the event an emergency strikes.
In addition, below are a variety of tools that the Napa County Sheriff's Office may use in the event of an emergency.
Napa County Sheriff's Office is providing residents with evacuation tags to place on their mailbox, fence, gate, or door before evacuating. The evacuation tags save first responders considerable time and allow first responders to clear neighborhoods faster. Evacuation tags are free. Learn about how to get an evacuation tag...
This European Siren produces an "unfamiliar sound;” however it has a major role in alerting the public of emergencies. Learn more...