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Earthquake status report as of 5pm Aug 25

City of Napa CURRENT STATUS 5pm Mon Aug 25, 2014

Following the 6.1 earthquake that hit the North Bay at 3:20am Sunday, August 24, the City of Napa declared a local emergency at 7:59am Sunday. The Governor also declared a state of emergency. The City is now moving into the recovery phase and remains focused on providing for public safety, restoring services, and assessing damage.
Status as of 5:00 pm:

Informacion mas reciente sobre el terremoto

Tras el terremoto de 6.1 grados que sacudió el norte de la bahía a las 3:20 de la madrugada, domingo, 24 de Agosto, la Cuidad de Napa declaro una emergencia local a las 7:59 a.m. ese mismo domingo. El Gobernador también ha declarado un estado de emergencia. La ciudad está en la etapa de recuperación y permanece enfocada en proveer la seguridad del público, reestableciendo servicios y la evaluación de los daños. 
Estado desde las 11:00 a.m. 

City meetings cancelled

Monday August 25, 2014 3:41pm

Due to the need to focus on recovery from the South Napa Earthquake, the Solano Square Scoping Meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday, Aug 26 has been cancelled. The Kennedy Park Master Plan meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Aug 26 has also been cancelled. Both meetings will be rescheduled.
Red-Tagged structures list as of 2:45pm Aug 25

The red tag list has grown to 64 structures. 

What to do about a red tag or yellow tag

The City inspectors continue to survey properties throughout the City, and hope to have a thorough assessment of damage caused by yesterday’s earthquake. After inspectors have completed a “first pass,” they will circle back to the buildings that have been red-tagged to conduct more thorough evaluation to ascertain whether the red tag can be upgraded to a yellow tag.

Here is what to do if your property has been yellow tagged:

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