Napa County

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is working with local, state and federal partners on the response to the Northern California fires. EPA is leading the survey, collection and disposal of household hazardous waste (HHW) in Sonoma and Napa counties. This work will allow other state and federal agencies to remove ash and other non-hazardous debris and the rebuilding process to begin. 

Northern California Wildfires Community Workshop -  

WHEN: Friday October 27TH - 6:00-9:00 PM

WHERE: Grand Ballroom, DoubleTree by Hilton Sonoma Wine Country One DoubleTree Drive - Rohnert Park, California 94928  

FREE EVENT. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  

The Atlas and Tubbs wildfires have ravaged Napa and Sonoma counties since October 8th. Combined, these are the deadliest and most destructive fires in the state’s history.

Below are the latest road closures in fire affected areas in Sonoma and Napa Counties. Information courtesy of CalTrans. 
 

Below is a list of road closures in Sonoma and Napa Counties due to fires. Information from CalTrans.  

California State Parks announced today that it is opening campsites at Sonoma Coast State Park and Salt Point State Park to residents affected by Northern California fires. 

Although not an official evacuation site, campsites will be open to meet the temporary immediate needs of displaced residents. 

Campsites will be available at Bodega Dunes Campground and Wrights Beach within Sonoma Coast State Park and Woodside Campground within Salt Point State Park. Services available at these sites include showers, bathrooms, drinking water and trash bins. 

Santa Rosa, CA  –  October 11, 2017 at 12:55 AM

Mandatory evacuation orders means it is unsafe to remain or re-enter that area.

Advisory evacuation means residents are under advisory and should consider readying for evacuation should the situation worsen.  
 

New Mandatory Evacuations - Agua Caliente

Luke Burns/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Napa County’s 55-mile long Napa River runs from Mount Saint Helena to the San Pablo Bay. Along the way the river runs through several cities and towns, where it’s been known to flood every winter. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports how a flood control project, more than half a century in the making, has dramatically changed one of those cities.

    

Primary Votes Set Political Races for November

Jun 8, 2016

  The fields were narrowed in California’s contested electoral even in races that have established a clear front-runner. That was mostly the case for incumbents, some of whom face ongoing challenges from members of the same party.

Tiffany Camhi

Getting into the job market is hard enough and for some people with mental illness, behavioral disorders or learning disabilities it can be nearly impossible. But, the Thrive Cafe, located in Napa County’s Health and Human Services campus, is making it their mission to get this disadvantaged group back in the workplace. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports.

Find out about more about Thrive Enterprises and On the Moves other programs and services here.

A group of Napa County environmentalists are pushing for new limits on hillside vineyards, through ballot measure they hope to qualify for the November election. But the Valley’s wine industry is pushing back.

  Two reservoirs on either side of the Napa Valley represent the main drinking water supply for the city of Napa and other area residents, but their water quality is at risk from vineyards expanding into the hillsides above those lakes, says Mike Hackett, one of the main advocates for the Water, Forest and Oak Woodland Protection Initiative.

Here are some links to get help with and/or help for those affected by the Valley Fire in Lake, Napa and Sonoma counties:
 

General information directly from CalFire

CalFire fire information line: (707) 967-4207

Or online at http://www.fire.ca.gov

Sonoma County information updates for Valley Fire