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Community Resources

For questions about evacuations and resources, dial 2-1-1. Do not dial 9-1-1 unless it is an emergency.
County of Sonoma/Emergency Alerts
County of Sonoma: (English)

Sonoma County Fire Cameras:
CAL Fire Sonoma-Napa-Lake Unit:
Sonoma County Sheriff: (Updates in both English & Spanish)

County of Sonoma: (Updates in both English & Spanish)

3) RedCom FB: 
First Responders(not listed above):
Cities/Towns In The 4th District:
Animals (Small & Large) Information:

Sonoma Community Animal Response Team: Sonoma CART

Sonoma  County CHANGE Program: Sonoma Change

Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Large animal evacuations: Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Air Quality:
To assess air quality during wildfire or emergency conditions, the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District recommends reviewing websites in the following order.  You can also receive their updates via their FB page at:

● AirNow Fire -  The most accurate source for available fine Particulate Matter (PM) measurements. 

● PurpleAir Provides the most cautious health-based numbers. ● District Data Provide accurate measurements of PM-10 levels, a good indicator of ash concentrations during wildfire conditions. 

● AirNow Current AQI (and Forecast) Forecasts air quality.

For more information on the advisory and air quality information, visit: 

National Weather Service Bay Area:
Shelter/Temporary Evacuation Points Update:
COVID Positive Patients Who Are Self Quarantining At Home:
If you are in a mandatory evacuation zone and COVID positive, go immediately to the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds. There you will be given direction to an Alternate Care Site where you and your family can continue to quarantine safely.
For Evacuees Who Need Shelter (Non-COVID Positive):
Evacuees can find information about shelter sites at the centralized, staffed, Temporary Evacuation Point at the Santa Rosa Fairgrounds, 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa.

The Temporary Evacuation Point is not a shelter. Staff there will direct evacuees to the appropriate shelter for their situation, including RV parking, hotels and motels and places to stay, with or without their small pets. Staff can also recommend other community resources that can be helpful during the evacuation.

To shelter livestock and other large animals, the Fairgrounds is offering stalls and other animal care options.

Evacuation Guidance for RCFEs and SNFs
If a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly or a Skilled Nursing Facility:
If you need to evacuate patients and staff, call REDCOM Fire & EMS Dispatch for help at (707) 528-4191. The care and shelter team will provide specific directions that fit the immediate situation.