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Emergency Information


 

Community Resources During PSPS
  • Napa County Hotline (English/Español):
    • (707) 299-1501 - PSPS Public Information Line
  • ReadyNapaCounty.org
  • Community Resource Centers for Napa County
    • Solano County Fairgrounds, 800 Fairgrounds Drive, Vallejo
    • Calistoga Fairgrounds, 1601 N. Oak St., Calistoga
    • Opening Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 8 a.m. The centers will remain open during daylight hours only. Restrooms, bottled water, electronic-device charging and air-conditioned seating for up to 100 will be available at these facilities.

 

 

Power Outages and Wildfire Risk

Napa County contains some Tier 2 (elevated) and Tier 3 (extreme) wildfire risk areas. None of NVUSD's schools are within a Tier 2 or 3 area (yellow = Tier 2; red = Tier 3), but some of our schools do need to be prepared for the potential for power outages. When deemed necessary, PG&E will implement Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) to help reduce the risk of wildfires. To stay informed about the status of a PSPS event, visit PG&E's PSPS Maps page.

More information:

Get Connected
  • Napa County Hotline (English/Español):
  • Subscribe to Nixle text updates on your cell phone or computer
  • Napa County's website will always have the most up-to-date information in an emergency
  • Napa County Emergency Services
  • Listen to KVON radio (1440 a.m.) for emergency updates
  • Call 707-299-1595 for Napa County road conditions (recorded information, for use when EOC is activated only)
  • Call 707-299-1593 for Napa County emergency public information (recorded information, for use when EOC is activated only)
  • See road closures on the Napa County GIS site
  • Visit Ready.gov to get information for your group, class, homeowners' association, etc.
  • Immediately following a disaster or in an emergency, contact the Napa County Red Cross if you need food and shelter. The Red Cross site also offers valuable information on how to get back to normal after a disaster - physically, financially and emotionally. Following a natural disaster, visit the Napa County OES pages for information on Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recovery assistance.