Our thoughts and concerns remain with our colleagues and neighbors in Napa, Sonoma, Solano, Lake and Mendocino Counties. These horrific fires have taken lives, destroyed homes, wineries and other businesses and evacuation orders are still in place.

Below are resources to assist our community and our members during the fires. This is a dynamic situation and information will continue to change. We will regularly update this page as we learn new details.

The NVV office is not operational due to the ongoing emergency. Our team continues to work remotely from our emergency office in Napa. If you need to reach staff please email nvv@napavintners.com.


Press Resources:

Information for journalists covering the fires can be found here.

Resources for Wineries:

Business and production-related information can be found here.


Recovery Assistance for Napa County Individuals and Businesses:

  • The Napa County Local Assistance Center (LAC) is open. LAC offers federal, state and local disaster assistance resources including financial assistance for individuals and businesses. Hours from now until October 20 are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and October 21 – 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Napa County Health and Human Services
    Building A, Conference Center
    2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Napa CA 94559
    (707) 299-2190

    Everyone is welcome. In consideration of these distressing circumstances, ICE will not be present at the local assistance center and will continue to suspend routine immigration enforcement operations in the areas affected by the fires in northern California.


Fire and Safety Information:


Evacuations and Temporary Housing:

  • Evacuation Notices
  • Evacuation Centers are not checking immigration status – they are open and welcoming to all members of our community:

    Crosswalk Community Church
    2590 First Street, Napa
    remains open

  • Visit Napa Valley has a list of hotels offering free or low cost rooms to people displaced by the fire.

Pet Shelters:

  • Household Pets – Napa County Animal Shelter - 942 Hartle Court, Napa, 707.253.4382
  • Large Animals:

    • Napa CART (Community Animal Response Team) is coordinating with Napa County for large animal evacuations. Call 707.637.6137 for information.
    • Many large animals are being taken to the Solano County Fairgrounds, 900 Fairgrounds Drive, Vallejo. They have space available and animals in trailers can be taken there directly. Call 707.551.2008 or www.scfair.com
    • Valley Brook Equestrian Center is full, but is helping transport animals to Solano Count. Call 707.888.1517 or valleybrookeq.com

  • Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch, contact Monica Stevens

Health and Community Services:


Federal Emergency Assistance:


How You Can Help:

  • The Napa Valley Community Foundation has reactivated the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund, which the NVV established with a $10 million donation immediately following the 2014 South Napa earthquake. Funds remaining will be put immediately to use for local nonprofits to help fire victims with temporary shelter, meals, medical care, child care, animal care and mental health services. Donate Now
  • For volunteer information, please contact the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL). Needs are developing, so please check back in with CVNL (no calls or drop-ins, please).