Sonoma County Santa Rosa Fire News and Updates

The smoke has cleared, and many Sonoma County businesses
have reopened their doors to welcome visitors.

See Which Businesses Are Currently Open

Help People Affected by the Northern California Fires


 
The wildfires of Sonoma County, California are close to 100% contained. CALFIRE has lifted most of their mandatory and advisory evacuation orders.

Please email info@winecountry.com if you have stories or events you’d like to share, such as fire relief funds, benefits for fire victims, or firsthand accounts.


SUPPORT US BY VISITING

Several areas of Sonoma County are now open for business and welcoming visitors.

Show your support! Visit our wineries and tasting rooms (many unaffected by the fires), stay at a hotel or bed & breakfast, eat at local restaurants, or take a tour (balloon ride or by car) of the still beautiful Sonoma wine region. Click here to see a list of open businesses.

 

MORE WAYS TO HELP

 

EVACUATIONS AND ROAD CLOSURES

Most advisory and mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted, and residents have been allowed to return home. However, please check below for more information on road closures and specific instructions for traveling in Sonoma County.

FIRE CONTAINMENT STATUS

COMMUNICATION

  • To file a missing persons report, call Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services at (707) 565-3856.
  • Sonoma County Information Hotline: (707) 565-3856.
  • Text any Sonoma County zipcode to 888777 to Receive Nixle Public Safety Alerts for your area.
  • Residents and businesses are encouraged to sign up for SoCoAlert to receive local emergency alerts and warnings. Emergency officials use the SoCoAlert Emergency Notification System to deliver incident-specific information or life-saving instructions to the precise geographic areas affected.