Kimberly

Stories from the Fire: Preserving Memories

New media artists Kimberly Koym-Murteira is preserving memories of the North Bay Wildfires through the unique medium of glass storage jars that project video footage. Koym-Murteira views this capture and display technique as a way to store and share memories that have shaped our community. Listen:
Eki

Stories from the Fire: Marching On

Musician Eki Shola and her family narrowly escaped the North Bay Wildfires. Shola lost her home, instruments, and creative archive of music. She perseveres by creating new music that expresses her new appreciation for life. Music is a family affair with Eki Shola, her father has created new percussion sounds using found objects from the wreckage of the fire. Listen:
Volker

Stories from the Fire: Arts are Healing

Guitarist Volker Strifler cannot imagine what it would be like for a musician to lose all of their instruments in a natural disaster. Instruments become a part of the musician. This inspired him to collaborate on the benefit music CD “Out of the Fire.” He believes we need to focus on the spirit as well as the physical aspects of fire recovery. Listen:
Mark

Stories from the Fire: Out of the Fire

Mark “Mooka” Rennick, the owner of Prairie Sun Recording Studios, produced and performed on a benefit CD called “Out of the Fire.” The proceeds will go to replace the instruments musicians and music students lost in the fire. Listen:
Adam

Stories from the Fire: Objects and Memory

Found object artist Adam Shaw and his family survived the North Bay Wildfires fighting back the flames around their Sonoma Valley home. The objects he has collected and curated are used within his evocative works of art to express the damage that trauma can inflict, and also the hope that it can inspire. Listen:
Martin

Stories from the Fire: Passion for Survival

Martin Zuniga is a sculptor and painter. His home was surrounded by fire in October 2017. Through a mentorship and teaching project with youth, Zuniga created a mural project that reflects themes of endurance, survival, and endurance. Listen:
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One Year After the Oct. Wildfires, Many Families Are Still Uprooted

On Monday night, The City of Santa Rosa invited the community to attend a ceremony and express themselves with chalk art in Courthouse Square. KRCB reporter Adia White met the Terrazas family there. She listened to the stories of 15-year-old Isabella and younger brother Jesse.Their family was separated after they lost their home in the Tubb’s fire. They are now living apart with friends and other family members. The Terrazas family, with 15-year-old Isabella on the left and 12-year-old Jesse in the middle. Credit: Adia White
Lisa Mast

Coffey Park Resident Shares her Experience a Year after the Fires

This week we are remembering the night the wildfires ripped through our community. In observance of the anniversary of the fires, the City of Santa Rosa invited members of the community to illustrate their experiences with chalk in Courthouse Square. In this audio postcard, KRCB reporter Adia White listens to Lisa Mast as she writes messages of hope on the sidewalk with her friends. Coffey Park resident Lisa Mast (right) with friend. Credit: Adia White
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Grand Jury Details Upgrades for Sonoma Emergency Response

Yesterday we heard about the report of the Sonoma County Civil Grand Jury –- a report that found serious shortcomings in the county’s emergency preparedness. One part of the jury’s report concerns the evacuation and sheltering of animals displaced in the wildfires. The report makes recommendations regarding this issue and foreperson Gina Nellor explains why this is so important. Special thanks to Corey Hudson for conducting and editing this interview. Listen to part one of the interview.
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Sonoma County Civil Grand Jury Faults Emergency Response

The anniversary of the October wildfires is coming next month. Even now, some aspect of the disaster is in the headlines nearly every day. After investigating the county’s response to the fires, the Sonoma County Civil Grand Jury issued its findings earlier this summer in a 55-page report (pdf). Gina Nellor, foreperson of the grand jury, visited KRCB to offer some insight into the jury’s recommendations. Special thanks to volunteer Corey Hudson for conducting this interview. Tomorrow, part two of his interview.

Spanish Speakers Question Officials at Fire Recovery Event

On August 28, Sonoma County held its first wildfire recovery meeting entirely in Spanish – nearly 11 months after the October fires began. About a hundred people showed up at Lawrence Cook Middle School in Roseland to meet with county officials. Reporter Adia White was there and has more on…

Sonoma County Learning Lessons from October's Fires

Sonoma County is overhauling its emergency management division and changing the way it deals with fires and other disasters. This includes adding five new staff and about 2 million dollars to the department's funds. The county also plans to use community - wide wireless emergency alerts, which…

Charles M. Schulz Museum to Host Auction for Wildfire Relief

The Charles M. Schulz Museum is hosting a silent auction September 29 to raise money for wildfire relief. This year’s hot item - doghouses, painted by local artists. The museum will be auctioning 13 of these doghouses and six of them are already on display in locations around Santa Rosa. KRCB…

Firefighters Make Progress on Largest California Wildfires

Firefighters continue to increase containment on the three largest wildfires burning in the state. The Carr Fire, Ranch Fire and Ferguson Fire are all over 60 percent contained. Due to progress on the Ferguson Fire, the Yosemite Valley is back open to residents and tourists. The Carr Fire continues…

Mendocino County Farm Saved from Ranch Fire by Quick Action

The Ranch Fire in Mendocino County threatened several properties at the top of Pine Avenue in Potter Valley, including Heartrock Mountain Farm, a cannabis operation near the Mendocino National Forest. Reporter Sarah Reith met up with cultivator Daniel Morford and a couple of friends who helped…

Sonoma County Provides Resources for Businesses Recovering from October Wildfires

The burned remnants of the Hilton Hotel in Santa Rosa. Courtesy of WikipediaTen months after the October wildfires, a number of local businesses have still not recovered. Residents expressed concern about rebuilding lost businesses at a recent fire recovery community workshop hosted by Sonoma…

Wildfire Season Prompts Another Look at Emergency Warnings in California

In the Santa Rosa hills, a set of lawn furniture remains on a burned lotDevastating wildfires continue to burn across the state. The Ranch Fire, burning in Mendocino County is now the largest in state history. The Carr Fire, in Shasta County has killed eight people and destroyed over a thousand…

Hopland Research Center in Mendocino Uses Fire as Learning Experience

Prescribed burn of chaparral at the Hopland Center. Such burns lessen the impact of wildfires. Photo by Evett KilmartinTwo-thirds of the more than 5,000 acre Hopland Research and Extension Center was scorched in the River Fire last week. Reporter Sarah Reith of KZYX in Mendocino County ventured…

After Wildfire Devastation Comes New Life; 'Gold Spot' Film on KRCB Aug. 7

Fires bring death and destruction, as anyone who has lived in Sonoma County can attest. But filmmaker Maya Khosla, whose documentary "Searching for the Gold Spot" plays on KRCB TV 22 August 7 at 9 p.m., discovered that fire also brings new life. She spoke with KRCB news director Steve Mencher about…

Mendocino Fires Continue Burning; We Talk with Cal Fire for the Latest

Containment lines are growing around the Mendocino Complex Fires, but thousands of homes are still threatened. Firefighters are concerned because a red flag warning is in effect over part of the weekend. Reporter Adia White spoke with Cal Fire's Public Information Officer Tricia Austin for an…

New Evacuation Orders in Mendocino Complex Fires

The Mendocino Complex fires have consumed 110,166 acres and destroyed a combined 14 residences and 24 outbuildings. 12,200 structures remain under threat. The larger of the two fires, the Ranch Fire, is burning northeast of Ukiah and is 33 percent contained. The River Fire is burning near Hopland…

Music and Poetry Begin the Healing Process After Deadly Fires

A look back at last Saturday’s Day of Remembrance at Santa Rosa Junior College. Let’s listen to the music and poetry that brought the audience of several hundred to tears… and to their feet repeatedly on a crystal clear and warm fall day. You’ll hear MC Pat Kerrigan of KSRO and young poet Vicente…

Free Program Offers 'HOPE' to Fire Survivors and Community as Healing Continues - Part 2

In the second part of our conversation with Wendy Wheelwright, she explains how the California HOPE program helps survivors and other community members heal after October's wildfires.

Free Program Offers 'HOPE' to Fire Survivors and Community as Healing Continues

In the second part of our conversation with Wendy Wheelwright, she explains how the California HOPE program helps survivors and other community members heal after October's wildfires.

Free Counseling for Fire Survivors, Community Members Impacted by October's Wildfires

Today, we talk with Wendy Wheelwright, project manager for a county-wide counseling initiative called HOPE – for Helping, Outreach, Possibilities, and Empowerment.

Sonoma County Failed Spanish-Speaking Residents During Fires, Says Group

Thursday, a group of activists met with Sonoma County’s disaster planning team. They presented their findings that October’s fires had uncovered severe shortcomings in the county’s communication strategy.

Communities Come Together for Collective Action Against Wildfires

A few weeks back, we covered a meeting on the Sonoma State campus about our October wildfires and lessons to be learned.

Fire Symposium Brings Experts to Consider History, Culture, Response to Recent Events

Wednesday is the final day of a three day meeting on the Sonoma State campus called Living with Fire in California’s Coast Ranges.

'Living with Fire' Symposium Brings Experts, Ideas to Sonoma State May 7-9

Living with Fire in California’s Coast Ranges – that’s the title of a symposium at Sonoma State beginning Monday May 7.

Fire Recovery Series: Napa Valley Foundation Takes Lessons From Quake to Aid Fire Survivors

Napa County may not have been hit as hard as Sonoma by the October fires, but the Napa Valley Community Foundation took lessons learned from the 2014 South Napa earthquake and moved quickly into action to aid its neighbors.

Fire Recovery Series: PEER Sonoma

On this edition of the North Bay Report, our Fire Recovery Series continues with another organization built in the aftermath of the October fires to bring much needed support to our community. But instead of information or advocacy, today’s group deals with paper towels and toothpaste. Reporter: J.…

Fire Recovery Series: Sonoma County Recovers

Six months after the fires, many in our community still need help. In this installment in our series on fire recovery services, we’ll look at a website updated with the latest recovery info on the North Bay Report. Learn how Sonoma County and Santa Rosa worked together to set up a website that…

The North Bay Fires Were Six Months Ago. What's Actually Changed?

By Marisa Lagos, Sukey Lewis and Lisa Pickoff-White Thursday, April 19 at 7:00pm - Six months after California's deadliest fires, officials at all levels of government are working to make changes to prevent the next fire from being so catastrophic. Among those developments: Changes to 911 scripts,…

Fire Recovery Series: Rebuild North Bay

Out of the ashes of the October fires grew a variety of organizations to help rebuild the county. Today begins a series looking into them to find out what makes each unique in what they bring to the recovery effort. To start off this series, reporter J. Mateo Baker looked into the Rebuild Northbay…

Volunteer Tribal Firefighters Honored for Saving Homes, Lives

When the fires moved on the Redwood Valley Rancheria on October 8, eleven members of the Little River Band of Pomo Indians stayed behind to fight the flames.

Sonoma County Clerk-Recorder-Assessor Reminds Residents Displaced by Fires to Update Address Info

Sonoma County Assessor, William F. Rousseau, is urging residents displaced by the October 2017 wildfires to update their mailing address with the Assessor’s office.

Setting Small Fires to Avoid Larger Ones; First Signs of Life at Burned Sonoma County Lake

Today, we’ve got two reports about the aftermath of October’s fires. They come to us through our partnership with KQED’s California Report.

Fire Recovery Reporting (2)

The wildfires throughout the Bay Area have brought great destruction, and presented a set of unique challenges to our communities. Employment, housing, municipal services, and disaster relief are now at the top of the agenda and in the forefront of our civic discussion. Northern California Public…

Insurance Issues Aired at Fire Town Hall

Yesterday we heard from new Board of Supervisors Chair James Gore speaking at a Town Hall on fire recovery Saturday morning. Today, news director Steve Mencher brings us back to the meeting – where we’ll hear from Mark Ghilarducci, head of the California Office of Emergency Services. Ghilarducci…

Town Hall Brings Elected Representatives, Agency Officials and Fire Survivors Together

Local residents by the hundreds showed up at a town hall Saturday for updates on fire recovery and rebuilding.

WORKSHOP: Financial Decision-Making for Wildfire Survivors

When: January 25, 2018 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm Where: Santa Rosa High School Gymnasium 1235 Mendocino Avenue - Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Homeowners whose insured homes were damaged or destroyed in the October 2017 wildfires are invited to attend a Roadmap to Recovery™ workshop presented by United…

Mighty Oaks Will Follow Little Acorns at Fire-Scarred Mendocino Vineyard

When the October firestorms swept through Redwood Valley in Mendocino County, the innovative Frey family winery on Tomki Road lost vehicles, equipment, homes and a barn full of goats.

Mighty Oaks Will Follow Little Acorns at Fire-Scarred Mendocino Vineyard (2)

When the October firestorms swept through Redwood Valley in Mendocino County, the innovative Frey family winery on Tomki Road lost vehicles, equipment, homes and a barn full of goats.

DHS Secretary: After Fires, We Will 'Make Sure Californians Have What They Need'

A day after visiting fire-ravaged areas of Southern California, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen toured Santa Rosa's Coffey Park and other affected neighborhoods, and met with local government officials, workers and fire survivors.

City of Santa Rosa Water Bill Relief for Additional Water Used for Fire Protection

On December 7, 2017, the Board of Public Utilities approved Billing Adjustments for Fire Protection Water Use policy.

City of Santa Rosa Water Bill Relief for Additional Water Used for Fire Protection (2)

On December 7, 2017, the Board of Public Utilities approved Billing Adjustments for Fire Protection Water Use policy.

City of Santa Rosa Water Bill Relief for Additional Water Used for Fire Protection

On December 7, 2017, the Board of Public Utilities approved Billing Adjustments for Fire Protection Water Use policy.

USACE Awards Additional Contracts for Wildfire Debris Removal

With its mission over one-third complete, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District (USACE) has awarded two contracts for the consolidated debris removal program in Northern California following the October 2017 Wildfires.

USACE Awards Additional Contracts for Wildfire Debris Removal (2)

With its mission over one-third complete, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District (USACE) has awarded two contracts for the consolidated debris removal program in Northern California following the October 2017 Wildfires.

USACE Awards Additional Contracts for Wildfire Debris Removal

With its mission over one-third complete, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District (USACE) has awarded two contracts for the consolidated debris removal program in Northern California following the October 2017 Wildfires.

Santa Rosa Disaster Recovery Center to Become SBA Disaster Loan Outreach Center

The State/Federal Disaster Recovery Center in Santa Rosa will convert to a U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Outreach Center.

Santa Rosa Disaster Recovery Center to Become SBA Disaster Loan Outreach Center (2)

The State/Federal Disaster Recovery Center in Santa Rosa will convert to a U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Outreach Center.

Mighty Oaks Will Follow Little Acorns at Fire-Scarred Mendocino Vineyard

When the October firestorms swept through Redwood Valley in Mendocino County, the innovative Frey family winery on Tomki Road lost vehicles, equipment, homes and a barn full of goats.

Insurance regulator steps in to help hundreds of wildfire survivors with claims

In the midst of the holiday season, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones is asking insurers to help California wildfire survivors who are overwhelmed with the task of navigating the claims process by providing relief from detailed home inventories and following the lead of other insurers providing up…

Map Identifies Areas at Risk of Flooding, Mudflows In Aftermath of Wildfires

Multiple agencies working collaboratively to warn residents of risk of flooding and mudflows in identified medium and high risk burn areas SANTA ROSA, CA – The devastating October wildfires that swept through Sonoma County created a significant flood risk for people living in and nearby the burned…

Fire Debris: Where Most of Those Trucks You've Been Following Are Headed

About two months ago the North Bay wildfires were contained. Most of the toxic debris has been carted away -- like asbestos, burned plastic, and car batteries.

Disaster Recovery/SBA Loan Outreach Centers Will Close For the Holiday

Two Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) in Sonoma County will be closed Dec. 23-25 in observance of the holiday weekend.

Applicants Can Revisit the Decision on FEMA Disaster Assistance

Survivors of the October wildfires may still be able to qualify for disaster assistance even if they receive a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or the U.S.

Fire Recovery Resources

Fire Recovery Resourcesfrom the KRCB News Special:The New Normal: What's Now? What's Next? US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Debris Removal Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.…

Price Gouging After Wildfire Disaster

California Penal Code Section 396 generally prohibits charging a price that exceeds, by more than 10 percent, the price of an item before a state or local declaration of emergency.

In Wake of Fires, Assemblyman Marc Levine Talks About Improving Phone Alerts

With the year coming to an end, we check in with one of our state officeholders about what was accomplished in 2017 – and what’s on the horizon in Sacramento for 2018.

Film Can Help First Responders and Caregivers Deal With ' Secondary Trauma '

Monday at 9 p.m. KRCB TV 22 will present the documentary "Portraits of Professional Caregivers: Their Passion, Their Pain," about the stresses caregivers and first responders suffer as part of their jobs.

Group Steps Up to Help Undocumented Community Members After North Bay Fires (2)

We’re going to make one more visit to the meeting last week where nonprofits heard from groups raising money after the North Bay fires.

Corps of Engineers provides update for Northern California wildfire debris removal

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) continues to make steady progress on the Consolidated Debris Removal Program in Northern California following the October 2017 wildfires.

Less Than Two Weeks Left to Register For Federal Disaster Assistance

Residents recovering from the October 2017 fires in California have less than two weeks left to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for disaster assistance.

Funders and Nonprofits Get Together to Talk About Helping After the North Bay Fires

At a "Resilience Convening" this week, more than 150 community nonprofits gathered in Rohnert Park.

Renters Air Concerns and Get Advice After Fire Losses

Before the North Bay fires, Sonoma County was in a housing crisis. After the fires – the crisis has become an ongoing catastrophe.

Insurance Woes in Lake County Point to Delays, Frustrations in Latest Fires

As trucks continue to haul away the remains of homes burned in the North Bay fires, homeowners are beginning to deal with the next big step in recovery – claiming their insurance.

Pioneering Winery in Mendocino Faces Life After the Fires

Four generations of the Frey family live and work at their winery in Redwood Valley.

Lawmakers Push Back on 'Outrageous' and 'Unacceptable' Fire Funding

Is the Trump administration playing politics with disaster relief? That’s the implication of a statement released on Friday by Representatives Jared Huffman and Mike Thompson.

Fire Update: Immigrant Fears, Passport Request, Tourism Woes

Yesterday, we heard about a new hotline that helps protect local immigrants who may be swept up in raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

Burbank Housing Working to Create Affordable Alternatives After Fires

Former Supervisor Efren Carrillo is now director of governmental and community relations at Burbank Housing in Santa Rosa.

Watch "BAND TOGETHER BAY AREA" - a benefit for North Bay Fire Relief TONIGHT

"Band Together Bay Area" - a benefit for North Bay Fire Relief - is tonight in San Francisco at AT&T Park.

Young Fire Victim Remembered as Passionate About Sports, Friendships

At 14, Kai Shepherd was the youngest person to die in the North Bay wildfires.

Preparedness for Rain After Wildfires

In preparation for anticipated rain this winter, people who live in burned areas, or downhill of burned areas, should be aware of increased risks for: • Flash Flooding: Normally, rainfall is absorbed by vegetation and soils, reducing runoff.

LOCAL ASSISTANCE CENTER INFORMATION FOR SONOMA COUNTY RESIDENTS

The County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa have opened a Local Assistance Center (LAC) in partnership with FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services (CalEOS).

Sonoma County Fires Community Meetings

Sonoma County Fires Community Meetings: TOMORROW: Thursday, October 19 Re-Entering Neighborhoods, Debris Removal and Clean Up, and Shelter and Temporary Housing Update Local, state and federal governments are working together to facilitate the repopulation of Sonoma County neighborhoods that have…

Mexican Consulate to Provide Support in Santa Rosa to Victims of North Bay Fires

The Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco will be offering resources to victims of the North Bay wildfires in Santa Rosa.

SANTA ROSA Emergency Information Update 10/18/17

UPDATED Wednesday 10/18/17 10:07am Returning Home Tips Latest Fire Updates Evacuation Orders and Returning to your Property Local Assistance Center Status of Property Damage, Utilities and Public Services Stay Informed and Connect with Us Latest Fire Updates We are planning several re-entry and…

Sonoma County Residents Find Relief in Local Assistance Center and FEMA Hub

A Local Assistance Center (LAC), which officials are calling a “one stop shop” to provide resources to those affected by the ongoing fires, opened October 14 in downtown Santa Rosa in the first floor of the Press Democrat building at 427 Mendocino Ave.

LOCAL ASSISTANCE CENTER for Sonoma County Residents Affected By Fires

Local Assistance Center The County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa have opened a Local Assistance Center (LAC) in partnership with FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services (CalEOS) starting Saturday, October 14th and open dailyfor at least 2 weeks.

As Fire Crisis Continues, Counselors Will Be Needed to Help Those at the Margins

The psychological toll from our local fires is very much on our minds today, as people return to their neighborhoods to find homes that are destroyed, damaged or , in some cases, unscathed.

City of Calistoga Evacuation Order Lifted

From: NAPA County Sheriff's Office - City of Calistoga Evacuation Order is hereby lifted effective at 2:00 PM today, Oct. 15th. City of Calistoga Evacuation Order is hereby lifted effective at 2:00 PM today, Oct.

SONOMA COUNTY FIRE: Community Information 10/15/17

Community InformationPublished: October 15, 2017 at 3:54 AM Current Evacuations: Mandatory and advisory evacuation information and a list of sheltersthroughout the county is available for residents of the city of Santa Rosa at http://www.srcity.org/emergency.

Local Assistance Center Open for Sonoma County Residents Impacted by Fires

October 14, 2017 at 3:05 PM 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 (CalEOS) tomorrow morning, Saturday, October 14th and will be open daily for at least two weeks.

Sonoma County Clinic and Urgent Care Locations - Updated 10/14/17 4:30pm

SONOMA COUNTY - Clinic and Urgent Care Locations Published: October 14, 2017 at 4:30 PM Clinic and Urgent Care locations open during this fire emergency.

Santa Rosa Fire Emergency Information - Update 10/14/17

FIRE EVACUATION AREA Type in your address in the search bar below to determine if your home is within the evacuation area.

Sonoma County Update on Multiple Fires - Upated 10/13/13 8:00 pm

Sonoma County Update on Multiple Fires Update: October 13, 2017; 8:00 P.M. SANTA ROSA, CA – Emergency response agencies throughout Sonoma County continue to fight numerous fires in the County.

Sonoma County Update on Multiple Fires - Updated 10/13/13 8:00 pm

Sonoma County Update on Multiple Fires Update: October 13, 2017; 8:00 P.M. SANTA ROSA, CA – Emergency response agencies throughout Sonoma County continue to fight numerous fires in the County.

SANTA ROSA FIRE EMERGENCY INFORMATION - UPDATED FRIDAY 10/13/17 8:55 AM

SANTA ROSA FIRE EMERGENCY INFORMATION UPDATED: Friday, October 13, 2017, 8:55AM Friday Morning Update (Revised) (10/13/2017) ​CONTACT INFORMATION 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 Follow…

Sonoma County Confirmed Evacuation Areas 10/12/17 10:35 pm

Confirmed Evacuation Areas Santa Rosa, CA – October 12, 2017 at 10:35 PM Mandatory evacuation orders means it is unsafe to remain or re-enter that area.

COUNTY OF SONOMA Community information update 10/12/17

County of Sonoma - Community InformationPublished: October 12, 2017 at 2:00 PM Current Evacuations: Mandatory and advisory evacuation information and a list of shelters throughout the county is available at www.sonomacounty.ca.gov or for residents of the city of Santa Rosa…

Santa Rosa Emergency Information - Updated 10/12/17 9:34 am

UPDATED: Thursday, October 12, 2017, 9:34 AM Thursday Morning Update (10/12/17) CONTACT INFORMATION 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 Follow us for updates:City of Santa Rosa…

Sonoma County Update on Multiple Fires

Sonoma County Update on Multiple Fires Santa Rosa, CA – October 11, 2017 at 2:45 PM – Emergency response agencies throughout Sonoma County continue to fight numerous fires in the County.

City of Santa Rosa FIRE UPDATE - Wednesday 10/11/17 9:30 am

Wednesday Morning Fire Update: 10/11/2017 @ 9:30 AM EVACUATIONS Absolutely NO entry into evacuated areas.

SANTA ROSA EMERGENCY INFORMATION - updated 10/10/17 9:37pm

UPDATED: Tuesday, October 10, 2017, 9:37 PMTubbs-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.

COUNTY OF SONOMA ROAD CLOSURES Update Oct. 10, 2017

Road Closures due to fire emergencies in Sonoma County The following listing indicates road closures and delays on county roads and city streets within Sonoma County. This list is not comprehensive, and does not include events on state highways, private roads, or any roads outside of Sonoma County.

SONOMA COUNTY SCHOOL CLOSURES 10/10/17

From Sonoma County Office of Education: The following school districts will be closed October 10 These represent almost all of the county's 40 districts except for a few on the north coast of the county.

Update - SONOMA COUNTY SCHOOL CLOSURES 10/10/17

From Sonoma County Office of Education: The following school districts will be closed October 10 ALL SONOMA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY OCTOBER 10, 2017 Following is a message from County Superintendent of Schools, Steve Herrington, about the fires: We are still learning the impact…

To volunteer at the American Red Cross:

The American Red Cross is managing volunteer opportunities for this emergency. You can use this online resource or contact The American Red Cross in Santa Rosa at 707-577-7600. http://www.redcross.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities/disaster-volunteer#

Santa Rosa City Bus Service Suspended

From City of Santa Rosa: There will be no regularly scheduled CityBus service today until further notice. CityBus vehicles are being used to assist with fire evacuation efforts. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we work to keep our community safe.

Evacuation information for Rohnert Park, California

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.

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