Per FEMA, here is their latest update as of 8:11 am Wednesday.
Governor Statement on Presidential Declaration
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued the following statement after the White House approved the gubernatorial request for federal assistance to help with the impacts of wildfires burning in Northern California: “The Federal Emergency Management Agency has responded promptly to assist California in fighting these terrible fires. I appreciate the fast response from the President.”
State of Emergency
On October 10, Governor Brown issued an emergency proclamation for Solano County due to the effects of the Atlas Fire, which has damaged critical infrastructure, threatened homes and caused the evacuation of residents. On October 9, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued an emergency proclamation for eight counties – Napa, Sonoma, Yuba, Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Nevada and Orange – due to the effects of multiple fires causing damage to critical infrastructure, threatening homes and causing the evacuation of residents.
Fire Management Assistance Grants (FMAG)
On October 9, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) Director Mark Ghilarducci secured 10 Fire Management Assistance Grants (FMAG) from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help ensure the availability of vital resources to suppress wildfires burning statewide. The FMAGs also enable local, state and tribal agencies to recover eligible costs.
FMAGs were approved for the following fires:
Evacuation Center/Shelter Information
American Red Cross (ARC) Shelters:
Crosswalk Community Church, 2590 1st St., Napa (CURRENTLY FULL)
Large Animals Only – Napa County (Calistoga) Fairgrounds, 575 3rd St., Napa
Finley Community Center, 2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa (CURRENTLY FULL)
Large Animals Only – Calistoga Fairgrounds, 1435 N Oak St., Calistoga
Twin Pines Casino 22223 CA-29, Middletown (CURRENTLY FULL)
American Red Cross, Church of Nazarene, 2238 Monte Vista Ave., Oroville