September 9, 2014 - UPDATED
Napa County and the City of Napa are providing a local assistance center (NapaLAC) under one roof. The Local Assistance Center is a one-stop location where residents and business owners can access earthquake assistance information and connect with available resources. Services to be provided at the NapaLAC include city and county building permits, financial assistance, family resources, mental health, and other community resource programs.
The City and County have launched a comprehensive earthquake recovery website at www.napaquakeinfo.com. Available services will be updated as confirmed.
Local Assistance Center (First & Silverado Trail)
301 First Street
Napa, CA 94559
Hours of Operation - Weekdays:
Building Permits 8:00 am-4:00 pm
All other services 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Hours of Operation -Saturday:
Building Permits 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
All other services 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
American Red Cross
City of Napa Building & Planning Division
Napa County Planning, Building & Environmental Services
Napa County Assessor
Napa County Health & Human Services
State of California, Department of Insurance
State of California, Department of Housing & Community Development
Franchise Tax Board
Board of Equalization
Contractors State License Board
Season of Sharing
Tzu Chi Foundation
Thursday, September 4, 2014 - UPDATED
After an earthquake, you may have a range of reactions. You may feel shock, fear, anger, helplessness, or sadness. You may find it harder to fall asleep or sleep well. In the days that follow, you may think of the earthquake again. These are all common reactions that should pass within a few days.
If you are in need of help to cope in any way, the Red Cross Assistance Center is currently providing caseworkers to offer one-on-one sessions with residents to provide information on how to recover from any earthquake related symptoms.
You may also call the Red Cross Hotline at 1-877-978-2725 for additional information.
Red Cross Assistance Center
3425 Solano Avenue
Napa, CA 94558
Hours of Operation:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm (daily through September 14, 2014)
On January 12, 2015, the City held a public meeting to provide information on lessons learned from the South Napa Quake. This meeting included the presentation of post-quake studies by the USGS. Follow this link for video of the meeting.
The Napa Local Assistance Center (NapaLAC) for earthquake recovery is now closed, along with the call center. Information on current recovery activities and services can be found at www.napaquakeinfo.com.
Thursday, August 28, 2014 - UPDATED
The California Alcoholic Beverage Control wants to make sure local businesses and the community know they have put together information that addresses some of the issues that businesses are facing in their earthquake recovery efforts. For specific information, click here.
The information on this website is being provided in a question and answer type of format to address the following:
- Relocation of Business Operations
- Storage of Alcoholic Beverages
- Retail License Issues Related to Breakage of Products
- Return of Inventory in Storage back to a Supplier
- Regulations that Apply to Sales or Returns by Insurers, Former Licensees or Surrendered Licenses
- Tied House Exceptions for Natural Disasters
The California ABC is already working with impacted licensees to provide assistance and find appropriate solutions to the damage resulting from the earthquake. The ABC Santa Rosa District (1-707-576-2165) and Oakland District (1-510-622-4970) Offices are available to answer questions from any ABC licensed businesses damaged in the earthquake.
In addition, ABC has developed information related to statutory and regulatory provisions that may provide assistance to some licensees, click here for that information. However, ABC understands that the current statutory and regulatory provisions may not provide the level of assistance needed by some licensees. In emergency situations, ABC can make reasonable and necessary adjustments to its standard practices to assist with recovery. ABC will continue to work with licensees to find appropriate solutions to issues caused by the earthquake.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
First Christian School was inspected and received a green-tag. The first day of school will continue as planned on Wednesday September 3, 2014.
Napa Christian School, located at 2201 Pine Street has sustained minor earthquake damage. The gymnasium has been yellow-tagged and several other buildings have minimal damage. Repairs are currently being made and classes will resume on Tuesday September 2, 2014 for regular school hours from 8:15 am – 3:30 pm. The gymnasium will continue to undergo repairs and volleyball practice will be postponed until further notice. All questions can be directed to their main line at (707) 255-5233.