Updates on County Fire

Based on the latest updates from the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal-OES) and CAL-Fire, the County Fire has crossed from Yolo County into Napa County with air quality impacting Solano County and other surrounding regions.

North Bay Regional Center is actively monitoring the situation to ensure the health and safety of all persons served in our catchment area. We are reaching out to all individuals and providers within the region currently impacted and in the path of the fires.

In the event of an life-threatening emergency or if you are in immediate danger, please call 911. For all non-emergency issues and services, please contact our Napa office at (707) 256-1100 or our Santa Rosa office at (707) 569-2000.

The regional air quality management districts are encouraging people with respiratory issues to avoid long-term exposure to smoke or staying outside. In general, people should avoid outdoor physical activity, close windows and doors that might let in smoke, turn off all wood-burning appliances and turn on their air conditioners, according to the Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District.

For the most recent information and live updates, please follow CAL-Fire on Twitter or visit their website at www.fire.ca.gov.