From the Santa Rosa Public Information Officer Desk:
Due to the outpouring of donations and volunteer assistance during this time of need, Finley Community Center can no longer accept donations. Additionally, Red Cross will no longer be at the Rohnert Park DoubleTree accepting volunteers.
Gas restoration will be underway today for customers in Windsor and will begin tomorrow in Santa Rosa. Today (Wednesday), 250 gas service representatives (GSRs) will be in the field working on restoration; they will be joined by another 100 GSRs part of mutual aid from Southern California Gas and San Diego Gas and Electric.
We currently are assessing the following as first responders grant permission to safely access areas:
Absolutely NO entry into evacuated areas is allowed while evacuations are still being enforced.
No evacuation zones have been lifted at this time.
Please cooperate with first responders.
Please do not return to evacuated areas, you will be turned away by law enforcement, including members of the National Guard. If you are *in* an evacuated area, please gather your belongings and leave immediately.
UPDATED: Tuesday, October 10, 2017, 9:37 PM Tubbs-Nuns Fire currently at 27,000 acres, 0% containment Santa Rosa City Manager, acting as Director of Emergency Services has declared the fires in Santa Rosa as a local emergency.
Santa Rosa Public Information Line: 707-543-4511
For TDD, call 707-543-4536; or you may use the 711 Relay Service
We are doing our best to keep you up-to-date on the ever-changing fire situations in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties as the information becomes available.
If possible tune to KRCB-TV22, as for radio - we are on the air in Santa Rosa on KRCB-FM @ 90.9 since our main signal @ 90.1 lost power overnight. We are posting updates from many sources on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/KRCBRadio . We are also streaming at krcb.org and on our free app available at the Apple App Store and Google Play - just type in KRCB.
Mandatory evacuation ordered for residents of H and G sections. Voluntary evacuation's for K section residents
The City of Rohnert Park has ordered a mandatory evacuation for G and H section residents due to the Sonoma Complex Fire. This notice affects all residents and businesses in in G and H sections. Voluntary evactuations are in effect for residents in the K section of Rohnert Park. Evactuation shelters are open at the Burton Ave Recreation Center and Sally Tomatoes. The Rohnert Park Animal Shelter is open and accepting animals.
As we wake this morning to the smoke and ash and take in the magnitude of damage this fire has brought upon our beautiful city, I hope we can each take moment to reach out to friends and neighbors—it is in these difficult times that we most need our community to hold us up.
Some environmentalists said the law extending California’s cap and trade system to 2030 is a sellout to the oil industry, and that it shortchanges disadvantaged communities that breathe the dirtiest air. How do California’s climate moves play into national politics and policy? Will climate and energy play a meaningful role in the upcoming midterm elections? Will companies make energy policy more of a priority? We look back at how Gov. Schwarzenegger set the tone and how his past leadership continues to influence California’s policies today.
This week's brand new episode of Mountain Stage with Larry Groce features a mix of rocking and soul-stirring performances from St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Mac McAnally, The Wild Reeds, Chastity Brown & Sarah Siskind.
Hear Mountain Stage with host Larry Groce every Saturday at 12:00 pm noon on KRCB-FM Radio 91!
Tune in Sunday evening at 6 when Eric Meuse, general manager of Oliver's Markets, and Roxanne Abruzzo-Backman, deli co-ordinator for the local grocery chain, offer a look behind the scenes and talks about the market's big wins at this year's harvest fair. It's all about Oliver's Markets, this Sunday, on Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine, and Farming with host Michele Anna Jordan.
Listen to Mouthful Sunday evenings at 6 on KRCB-FM Radio 91.
This week we ask: who thought that would be a good for a kid? Neil Drumming looks back at a toy he loved that, in retrospect, probably wouldn’t love him back. And we go to a museum that educates children but also scares the hell out of them.
This American Life airs every Friday night at 7:00 pm and re-airs Saturday mornings at 9:00 am 0n KRCB-FM Radio 91!
New Orleans’ Ponderosa Stomp has presented the “unsung heroes of American music” for well over a decade in blues, soul, country, rockabilly and garage rock. Stomp impresario Dr. Ike shares his memories of pioneering the raucous, eclectic gathering, and we visit with this year’s headliner, R&B guitar-woman— aka the Black Female Elvis—Barbara Lynn from Beaumont, TX. We’ll also hear from previous headliner, Arizona Twangmaster Duane Eddy. We’re spinning tracks from Stomp artists including Gary U.S. Bonds, Lazy Lester and Linda Gail Lewis.
TONIGHT at 9pm - we'll be howling from Full Moon Fever on KRCB-FM Radio 91's North Bay Songwriters radio show with special guest, Pete Stringfellow. . .along with our heterogeneous diet of local songs on display via radio waves! Hear your favorite songwriters from our area.
You can make requests at email@example.com.
NB Songwriters airs every 1st and 3rd Thursdays, and can be streamed live at www.krcb.org.Cheers!