UPDATED: Sunday, 10/15/17 @ 1:15 PM
FIRE EVACUATION AREA
Type in your address in the search bar below to determine if your home is within the evacuation area.
At of this time no mandatory evacuations have been lifted (Sunday 10/15/17 1:40pm)
NEW EVACUATION ORDERS FOR SANTA ROSA NEIGHBORHOODS
Mandatory Evacuation Order for all residents north and south of Hwy 12 between Calistoga Road and Adobe Canyon Road. This includes all of Skyhawk, Mountain Hawk, and much of Rincon Valley. Oakmont remains a mandatory evacuation area. Evacuate your homes immediately, westbound toward Santa Rosa. It is recommended to head toward Finley Community Center or Sonoma County Fairgrounds, which are current evacuation centers. (VIEW MAP)
The evacuation map (above) indicates areas of the City that remain under mandatory evacuation orders. If your home is not included in these regions, then you are cleared to return home. Please also check the Cal Fire Evacuation Reduction Press Release for a listing of neighborhoods where mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. These are the only areas where it is permissible to return. Please also carefully read and follow the Precautions to Take Upon Returning Home. (En español)
EVACUATION ORDERS REMAIN FOR SEVERAL SANTA ROSA NEIGHBORHOODS
Residents need to heed evacuation orders. Evacuation means that you need to LEAVE IMMEDIATELY! Absolutely NO entry into evacuated areas is allowed while evacuations are still being enforced.
A curfew is imposed for the Mandatory Evacuation Areas, no persons shall be upon the streets or any other public place between 6:45 p.m. and 7:15am. A violation is punishable as a misdemeanor
Public safety cannot provide escorts into the evacuated areas. All of our resources are committed to actively fighting the fire. Please cooperate with first responders. We are relying on you to follow these instructions to ensure your safety and the safety of our first responders.
MANDATORY EVACUATION AREAS
Mandatory Evacuation means that you need to LEAVE IMMEDIATELY! View evacuation map
- NEW- All residents between Calistoga Road and Adobe Canyon Road, and to the north and south of Hwy 12, this includes, Skyhawk, Mountain Hawk, Adobe Canyon and most of Rincon Valley
- Annadel Heights area, bordered north by Parktrail Drive and west by Summerfield Road
- Cross Creek Road
- Sky Farm Drive Neighborhood
- Saint Andrews Drive
- Fountaingrove Parkway from Mendocino Ave to Daybreak Ct
- Coffey Park Area between SMART Rail and Industrial and from City Limits north to Piner Rd
For evacuations outside of the city limits please visit, http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Public-Safety/Santa-Rosa-Fire-Evacuations/
Time permitting, turn off your gas and water.LOCAL ASSISTANCE CENTER
The County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa are opening a Local Assistance Center (LAC) in partnership with FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services on Saturday morning. The LAC is a one-stop-shop with critical services for residents who have been impacted by the fires.
When: 9:00am to 7:00pm for at least two weeks
Where: Press Democrat Building, Downtown Santa Rosa @ 427 Mendocino between Ross and 5th Streets
*Parking is free off of B St. in the city lot. The site is wheelchair accessible. Spanish translators and a children’s play area will be available.
Santa Rosa Fire Info Line: 707-543-4511
For TDD, call 707-543-4536; or you may use the 711 Relay Service
For life-threatening emergencies dial 9-1-1
Santa Rosa Fire Damage Map
*Red area is vegetation. Areas that are not red that would otherwise have vegetation are burned areas.
It does not indicate fire. Click to pan and zoom map.
On mobile, click down arrow above "Fire aftermath" to view right hand panel.
- Cook Middle School at 2480 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa (MEDICAL SUPPORT AVAILABLE)
- Elsie Allen High School, 599 Bellevue Avenue, Santa Rosa (MEDICAL SUPPORT AVAILABLE)
- Analy High School Gym at 6950 Analy Avenue, Sebastopol (MEDICAL SUPPORT AVAILABLE. AT CAPACITY)
- Finley Community Center at 2060 West College Avenue, Santa Rosa
- Santa Rosa Veterans Building at 1351 Maple Avenue, Santa Rosa (MEDICAL SUPPORT AVAILABLE)
- Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Grace and Finley Pavilions in at 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa (NEAR CAPACITY-ALSO ACCEPTS LARGE ANIMALS)
FIND A SHELTER IN YOUR AREA
Service Description: This web service displays data from the FEMA National Shelter System database. The FEMA NSS database is synchronized every morning with the American Red Cross shelter database. After this daily refresh, FEMA GIS connects every 20 minutes to the FEMA NSS database looking for any shelter updates that occur throughout the day in the the FEMA NSS.
Contact email: FEMA-GISMAPS@fema.gov
Red Cross is in need of volunteers to immediately assist with check-in, supply distribution and other activities as needed
If you are willing and able to volunteer sign up at: http://tinyurl.com/RedCrossVolOctober2017
VOLUNTEER CENTER OF SONOMA COUNTY
If you would like to volunteer your time/expertise or donate supplies to help those affected by the fires please email the Volunteer Center: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 707-573-3399. You'll be contacted by the County of Sonoma. Website: www.volunteernow.org.
REDWOOD EMPIRE FOOD BANK
If you would like to volunteer with the food bank, visit: www.refb.org 3990 Brickway Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 or call REFB Volunteer Services Coordinator Helen Myers at 707-523-7900, ext. 143.
- Check in/search registrants at SafeandWell.communityos.org
- Check in on Facebook.
- Call 707-565-3856 to file a missing person report.
Water & Sewer service in Santa Rosa has not been affected, with the exception of two isolated areas in Oakmont and Fountaingrove where boil water notices have been issued.
Boil water notices have been issued for residents who live:
East of Mendocino Ave, north of Chanate Rd, west of Fountain Grove Parkway, and south of Mark West Springs Rd
All residents who access their home off of Fountaingrove Parkway along Rincon Ridge Dr, Sedgemoore Dr, Hansford Court, and Parker Hill Rd.
On White Oak Drive south of Madelyne Court, Madelyne Place, Oak Mesa Drive south of Starry Knoll Court, and Shooting Star Place.
*See detailed boil water notice and map below.
If you are under a boil water notice you must bring all water to a boil before consuming.
An alternative method of disinfection for residents that are not able to boil their water is to use fresh, unscented, liquid household bleach. To do so, add 8 drops (or 1/8 teaspoon) of bleach per gallon of clear water or 16 drops (or ¼ teaspoon) per gallon of cloudy water, mix thoroughly, and allow it to stand for 30 minutes before using. A chlorine-like taste and odor will result from this disinfection procedure and is an indication that adequate disinfection has taken place.
For water quality questions call 707.543.4511.
Boil Water NoticesFountaingrove
White Oak (Oakmont)
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IS IT A RUMOR?
Rumor: Residents can return to evacuated areas with their ID.
Answer: No. Some radio stations have reported that people may return to their homes in evacuated areas to retrieve things. ALL evacuated areas are to remain evacuated. Law enforcement have secured the area and will not be allowing people into the evacuated areas for your safety.
Rumor: Is the fairgrounds shelter being evacuated?
Answer: No.The fairgrounds is still sheltering people and is not being evacuated.
Rumor: Is the evacuation center at Cook Middle School being evacuated?
Answer: No. There are still plenty of cots, food and water available for those in need.
Rumor: Is the area behind Oliver's Market on Stony Point being evacuated?
Answer: No. There are no evacuation orders for this area.
Rumor: May I return to Oakmont?
Answer: No. All mandatory evacuation areas are still active and too dangerous for residents to return.
Rumor: Is Santa Rosa City Bus operating at full capacity?
Answer: No.CityBus is operating on a Saturday schedule through the end of the week, with service free of charge
Rumor: Will plain-clothed officers be evacuating residents?
Answer: No. Law enforcement offers with any agency will be in full uniform.
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The City of Santa Rosa with American Red Cross and other agencies has identified City Community Centers, High Schools, Middle Schools and other facilities to help address sheltering needs for our community and for special, access and functional needs individuals and groups. During and/or after an emergency, information on those facilities will be provided through public press release releases.