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**Spanish Language Meeting Notice**: A Joint City and County Community Meeting will take place at 6:00pm today Thursday, October 12th. This meeting will take place at St. John's the Baptist Catholic Church at 960 Caymus Street.

***Aviso de reunión para nuestra comunidad de habla hispana***

La Cuidad de Napa, juntos con el Condado de Napa, tendrá una reunión comunitaria a las 6 de la tarde hoy, jueves 12 de octubre.  Esta reunión se llevará a cabo en la Iglesia Católica San Juan (St. John the Baptist) en 960 Caymus Street, Napa CA.

UPDATES FOR Thursday, 10/12:

Update 5:15pm:

**UPDATE** Please read

Napa PD is receiving calls regarding RUMORS of evacuations in the City of Napa, specifically north Napa (Alston Park Area) and west Napa (Browns Valley). There are NO evacuation notices within the City of Napa at this time. Please Follow Nixle, Cal Fire and the City of Napa website for accurate information.

Thank you.

El departamento de policía en napa está recibiendo llamadas acerca de rumores de evacuaciones en la ciudad específicamente la parte del Norte junto al parque Alston y Browns Valley. Queremos aclarar que no hay avisos de evacuación en ninguna parte de la ciudad. Favor de seguir a Nixle, CalFire la Ciudad de Napa para información correcta.

Gracias

Update 12:40pm:

Boil Water Notice Locations Reduced to:

60 properties in Upper Silverado Country Club Area currently under evacuation.    

See Red Area On Map.

All other City Water System locations are exempt from boil water Notice.

Instructions for area under Boil Water Notice:

This notice applies to water used for drinking, cooking and consumption. Boiling is not required for bathing as long as you do not ingest. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one (1) minute, and let it cool before using. Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.

Alternative methods for residents that are not able to boil their water are:

  • 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 1/4 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.
  • water disinfection tablets following the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • bottled water.

Boiling water is a precautionary measure required if there is loss of pressure within areas of the water system. We will inform you when tests (including 24 hours of incubation) show that water is safe to drink and you no longer need to boil your water. We anticipate resolving the problem within 4 days.

Update 11:45: If you missed last nights City of Napa Community Meeting tune in to Channel 28 today October 12th at noon and 2:30pm.

Update 9:30am: Cal Fire has posted a Statewide fire summary update. For detailed information go to: http://calfire.ca.gov/communications/communications_StatewideFireSummary

Update 8:00am: Please note the following Parks will be Closed Until Further Notice:

Alston

Westwood Hills

Oxbow Preserve 

Trancas Crossing

Playground Fantastico

Skate Park at Kennedy

Gates will be closed and signage posted.

UPDATE 7:00AM, Wednesday, 10/11:
Good morning Napa! It looks like many of you have power restored and some even have cellular service.
The various emergency operation centers (EOC) are having their briefings. Once we get updates we will get them out to you. At this time we do not have any evacuations in the City of Napa. We did have officers and fire personnel in the area of Browns Valley last night monitoring the winds and direction of the fire.
We still have limited ability to reply on Facebook as many of our resources are out and about. Be safe out there.

TUESDAY UPDATES

UPDATE 8:18PM, Tuesday, 10/10:
Advisory: Napa City Police & Fire will be in Browns Valley area throughout the night to monitor the Partrick fire situation & provide info to residents as necessary.

As stated previously below, Mt. Veeder closures and evacuations are in effect (see below) due to the Adobe Fire. The Atlas Fire to the east of the City continues to burn and crews are working this fire on many angles, including the Berryessa area to the west and to the south towards Green Valley.

Weather changes are expected tomorrow, with winds shifting and coming out of the north. Fire crews are making plans to prepare for, monitor and address these new weather conditions.

Napa Fire continues to work closely with Napa County Fire/Cal Fire Management Team. We will update here as more or new information is available.

UPDATE 5:50, Tuesday, 10/10::
Mandatory evacuation on Mt. Veeder. Hard closure at Mt. Veeder and Dry Creek roads. Evacuation on Dry Creek Road South to Linda Vista. Oakville Cross, Lokoya, and Wall Road evacuated. Fire in Sonoma County has jumped into Napa County. Use Oakville Grade.

UPDATE 5:16, Tuesday, 10/10:
Absolutely NO entry into evacuated areas will be allowed while evacuations are still being enforced. Please cooperate with first responders.

UPDATE 5:05PM, Tuesday, 10/10:
Mandatory evacuations for Mt. Veeder Road. Use Oakville Grade to get down the mountain.

UPDATE 3:14PM, Tuesday, 10/10:
For those without power, that may need to dispose of spoiled food from their refrigerator/freezer: you can put all spoiled food - without the packaging - in your yard waste cans. Please remove the packaging first and place the packaging in the trash (film plastic) or recycling (rigid plastic) - and the food scraps in the brown compost cart.

UPDATE 1:00PM:
All #NVUSD schools will be closed Wednesday and Thursday.
 
UPDATE 12:45PM:
 
Emergency Updates:
For the most updated information, text your zip code to 888777 to receive Nixle alerts about the fires and evacuation information. Information is also being shared with our media partners and through social media channels on Facebook and Twitter. CALFIRE is sharing updated fire information online and on social media. CityofNapa.org and CountyofNapa.org are also resources for fire information. This includes an updated map of the impacted areas.
 
Volunteer and Donation Information:
For volunteer information, please contact the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL). At this point, no volunteers or donated goods/items are needed, per CVNL. For donation information, the Napa Valley Community Foundation has mobilized its Disaster Relief Fund.
 
Response and Evacuation Information:
The Napa County Office of Emergency Services has activated its Emergency Operations Center and continues to coordinate information and resources with local law enforcement and first responder agencies.
Mandatory evacuations remain in place.
 
Atlas Peak Fire Evacuation Information:
Mandatory Evacuations: Atlas Peak Rd; Monticello Rd; Circle Oaks to Atlas Road; Soda Canyon Rd; Avenues; Vichy; Hagen; Olive Hill; Montecito Community; Coombsville Rd; Silverado Country Club ; Wooden Valley Rd; Coombsville Rd to Wild Horse Valley Rd; Silverado Trail between Trancas and Sage Canyon; Sage Canyon between Silverado Trail and Turtle Rock; Capell Valley from Turtle Rock to Moskowite Corners
Advisory Evacuations: Soscol Creek to North Kelly
Evacuation Centers: Napa Valley College Gym for all except Circle Oaks to Atlas Road; and Solano Community College Library parking lot (Wooden Valley Rd only)
 
Partrick/Carneros Fire Evacuation Information:
Mandatory Evacuations: Partrick Road; Carneros Inn; Old Sonoma Rd from to Buhman; Buhman to Henry; Henry to Dealy; Duhig at Las Amigas; Las Amigas at Cuttings Wharf Evacuation Centers: Napa Valley College Gym; and Crosswalk Community Center
 
Tubbs Calistoga Fire Evacuation Information:
Voluntary Evacuation: North of Tubbs Lane
Evacuation Center: Calistoga Fairgrounds
 
Evacuation Centers:
Crosswalk Community Church - 2590 First Street, Napa
Napa Valley College Gym – 2277 Napa Vallejo Hwy, Napa
Calistoga Fairgrounds – 1435 N. Oak Street, Calistoga
Solano Comm College Library parking lot – 4000 Suisun Valley Rd, Fairfield
 
Animal Shelters:
Big Animals – Valley Brook Equestrian Center – 1255 El Centro Ave, Napa
Household Pets – Napa County Animal Shelter - 942 Hartle Court, Napa

 

UPDATE 9:22AM:
Trancas Park Closure:
Due to the power outage in the area and road closure of Trancas Street at Soscol, Trancas Park will remain closed today as there is no public access to that area. The park will be reopened once public access to the area is returned.

Napa Sanitation: Napa Sanitation's phone lines are down and they now have an emergency number established: (707)204-4347.

UPDATE 9:12AM:
Please note: The boil water notice is ONLY for a very small area in evacuated Silverado Country Club Areas. All other areas of Napa - the water is safe to drink.

UPDATE 9:00AM: 
Cell service and safe registering: Cell service in Napa is still limited. Please register on safeandwell.org or social media sites such as Facebook so friends and family can check that you are safe.

Road Closures: All road closures and evacuations remain in effect. Please cooperate with first responders and respect all closures.

ROAD CLOSURES:
SR121 at Atlas Peak Rd.
SR121 at Wooden Peak
SR121 at SR128
SR128 at Berryessa Knoxville Rd.
SR128 at Silverado Tr.
Silverado Tr at Oakville
Silverado Tr at Skellenger
Silverado Tr at Trancas
Silverado Tr at Sage Canyon
Silverado Tr at Rutherford
Yountville at Finnel
Knoxville Rd at Turtle Rock
Moskowite Corners
Wooden Valley at Monticello
Hagen at First
Coombsville at 2nd Ave
Coombsville at 3rd Ave
Coombsville at 4th Ave
Wild Horse Valley at Green Valley Rd

UPDATE 9:35PM:
Notice to City Water Customers in evacuated Silverado Country Club Areas.
Due to the recent event City of Napa Water Division are advising residents of to use boiled tap water or bottled water for drinking and cooking purposes as a safety precaution.

The City of Napa is issuing a boil water notice for customers who live on:
Hagen Road
Woodland Drive
Syar Drive
Holly Court
Old Coach Road
Or live in any area North of Hagen Road and east of the Silverado Trail
This includes all of the Silverado Country Club, Monticello Park and Vichy Ave Areas.

The fires have destroyed a pump station in the upper region of Silverado Country Club and the Milliken Treatment plant is inoperable. The City of Napa has set up temporary pumps to restore pressure in the upper Silverado Area and will perform analyses and inform customers when the boil water notice is lifted.

DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one (1) minute, and let it cool before using, or use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking and food preparation until further notice. Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.

· 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 1/4 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.
· Water disinfection tablets may also be used by following the manufacturer’s instructions.

We will inform you when tests show that water is safe to drink and you no longer need to boil your water. We anticipate resolving the problem within 4 days.

UPDATE 8:38PM:
City of Napa Fire Department continues to monitor the East and West sides of town - Partrick Road and Alta Heights area (Monticello and Monte Vista), which were already evacuated earlier today.

Safety Message: 
Please, look out for four-way red blinking lights. Stop at intersections where power is out.

Power Outages: 28,000 remain without power at this time. Power & Cell Service: PG&E is staging for gas and electrical restoration now. Work is underway to bring in temporary cell service to Napa.

Evacuation Centers
Evacuations and welfare checks continue, as needed.
Crosswalk Church and Napa Valley College still open.
Solano Community College Library now open.
Benicia Northgate Christian Fellowship is now open.
Medics are stationed in Napa shelters, as well as mental health assistance.

UPDATE 6:38PM:
From NVUSD: All schools will be closed on Tuesday, 10 Oct. Please follow the public health safety guidelines in case of smoke in the air. The next update, about Wednesday, will be sent on Tuesday afternoon. Thank you and stay safe.

UPDATE 4:50PM:
NAPA COUNTY OES: All evacuation orders remain in effect & updates will be provided as soon as they become available. 
NAPA CO SHERIFF: Advisory evacuations from Soscol Creek to North Kelly.

UPDATE 2:50PM:
Power & Cell Service: PG&E is staging for gas and electrical restoration now. 
Work is underway to bring in temporary cell service to Napa.

Weather: Tomorrow weather is expected to be 82, with winds at 10 mph.

Evacuations: Crosswalk Church is still open at capacity (approximately 215); they are serving food and waiting on cots.

Animals: 
Valley Brook Equestrian - full
Napa County Animal Shelter - full
Solano Fairground can take large animals
Vintage ROP - full
Calistoga is stable with 12 total
(Looking for horse feed)

UPDATE 2:33PM:
A scheduled water shutdown at Trower and Lassen has been cancelled due to fire and power incidents. The work will be rescheduled at a later date.

UPDATE 10:09AM:
At this time, no structure damage has been confirmed within the City of Napa, although structure damage has been reported outside City limits. Police and Fire continue to closely monitor the Browns Valley area and the Alta Heights area, as well as support the efforts of Napa County Fire/CalFire and the Napa County Sheriff's Office. 
The safety of our community is of the utmost importance.
With regards to air quality: if you are able to stay indoors or reduce exposure to the smoky air, please do so. If you can see, taste, or feel smoke, you should immediately minimize outdoor activities. This is especially important if you have health concerns, are elderly, are pregnant, or have a child in your care.
Smoke from wildfires and structure fires contain harmful chemicals that can affect your health. Smoke can cause eye and throat irritation, coughing, and difficulty breathing.

ORIGINAL MESSAGE:
City of Napa Fire and Napa Police Department continue to support county partners in response to the #NapaFireComplex. In addition to all other County evacuations, the area of Montecito and Monte Vista was evacuated and cleared as a precaution. All NVUSD schools will be closed today.

Road Closures: 
Highway 12 is closed from Napa to Shellville.
Highway 37 is closed from 80 - 101.
Hwy 128 Calistoga to Santa Rosa.
Atlas fire burning into Solano County.

Napa County has opened its Emergency Operations Center and emergency shelters in response to a series of wildfires burning in Napa County.

The following areas have been evacuated:
Atlas Peak Road, including Silverado Country Club
Knights Valley to Tubbs Lane in Calistoga
Monticello Road to Circle Oaks Subdivision
Montecito Road and Monte Vista area
Soda Canyon Road
Wooden Valley Road area - evacuating to Solano Community College Library
Partrick Road

Emergency Shelters are open at:
Napa County Fairgrounds in Calistoga-1435 N Oak Street
Crosswalk Community Church in Napa- 2590 First Street
Napa Valley College Gym-2277 Napa-Vallejo Highway