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CAL FIRE and UC San Diego’s ALERTCalifornia program
"At the heart of ALERTCalifornia's cutting-edge technology are its 1,032 high-definition, pan-tiltzoom cameras strategically deployed throughout California. These cameras, including the 199 sponsored by CAL FIRE, create a 24-hour surveillance network equipped with near-infrared night vision, enabling efficient monitoring of active wildfires and other disasters"


FEMA Results for Questionare on Preparedness

191104 Region 5 Agenda .pdf

County of Sonoma/Emergency Alerts

County of Sonoma:

CAL Fire Sonoma-Napa-Lake Unit:

Sonoma Sheriff: (Updates in both English & Spanish)

County of Sonoma: (Updates in both English & Spanish)

First Responders:

CAL Fire:


Air Quality:

To assess air quality during wildfire or emergency conditions, the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District recommends reviewing websites in the following order.  You can also receive their updates via their FB page at:

● AirNow Fire -  The most accurate source for available fine Particulate Matter (PM) measurements. 

● PurpleAir Provides the most cautious health-based numbers. ● District Data Provide accurate measurements of PM-10 levels, a good indicator of ash concentrations during wildfire conditions. 

● AirNow Current AQI (and Forecast) Forecasts air quality.

For more information on the advisory and air quality information, visit: 

Power Shutoff:

PG&E's Power Shutoff Address Lookup Tool: 

SoCo Emergency PG&E Power Shutoff Fact Sheet 


National Weather Service Bay Area:
SoCo Emergency:

200810 FY 20-21 Preliminary Budget Caz CSD.pdf190930a Region 5 Agenda Reviised.pdf190917 A Guide to the Ralph Brown Act.pdf190916 PG&E Wildfire Seminar Materials.pdf190828a Proof of Publication - Public Notice copy copy.pdf190807 BBQ 2019 Flyer.pdf190808 Region 5 Agenda.pdf190717 PG&E Wildfire Safety Webinar.pdf190716 Red Flag .pdf190711 Executed Resolution 19-20-02.pdf190711b Public Notice - Prelim Budget FY 2019-2020 (Merged) copy.pdf