Over the last three days California has experienced a historic heat wave and lightning siege that has resulted in more than 300 new fires. In our district alone, we are currently responding to the continued threat of the LNU Lightning Complex Fire that has already burned more than 131,000 acres. Given the speed of these developments, it is important that we all keep a close eye on developments related to road closures, evacuations, and shelters locations, for our safety and the safety of our family friends and neighbors.
Please visit the Cal Fire website for the most up-to-date information on the LNU lightning Complex Fire. If the website is down, live updates are also available on both Cal Fire LNU Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Napa County Updates & Resources
For local updates on road closures, evacuations, Shelter locations, and a satellite perimeter map of the fire, please visit Napa County’s wildlife information page. If you haven’t already, please sign up for Nixle alerts.
Solano County Updates & Resources:
For local updates on road closures, evacuations, Shelter locations, and an interactive map of the fire, please visit Solano County’s evacuation page. If you haven’t already, please sign up for Nixle alterts.
If you have questions related to the LNU Lightning Fire evacuation in Solano County, call (707) 784-1634 or (707) 784-1635. Pets and livestock may be evacuated to the Solano County Fairgrounds, and small animals may be evacuated to the Solano County Animal Shelter.
Residents who need emergency housing or have lost homes may also reach out to the American Red Cross 24 hour disaster dispatch help line at 1-866-272-2237.
Please stay vigilant and continue to monitor updates for your safety and that of your family and neighbors. If your street does receive an evacuation notice, please leave immediately.
Thank you to the firefighters on the front lines working to protect our homes and communities. I hope you and your loved ones stay safe during these challenging times.
Senator, 3rd District