When a disaster strikes, communities come together to help each other. Communication is critical in every phase: prepare, respond and recover. The nature of this event is unique, as it encourages social distancing and sheltering at home. However, even while not physically being close, communication and connection can take many forms.
Check on your neighbors, offer to run essential errands for a high-risk relative or friend. Stay in touch with family and friends, and reference your communication plan — by phone, computer, or paper mail.
In the event of an emergency, we all turn to our existing tools and networks—many of which are digital. Think about your connections and the online communities you’re already a part of, so you can share information, updates, or words of encouragement as we support one another through this time. Learn how to create a family emergency communication plan.
Alerts / Notifications
- ALERT Napa County
- PG&E Outage
Sign-up on PG&E’s website to be notified about power outages.
IPAWS is a modernization and integration of the nation’s alert and warning infrastructure, and will save time when time matters most, protecting life and property.
- School Districts
Depending on which school you’re looking to receive alerts and notifications from, please keep mind that their tools can vary. We suggest you reach out to them directly and ask what your options are to receive their communication.
- Napa County Office of Emergency Services:
707-299-1592 (This line is not monitored 24/7. If this is a life threatening or medical emergency, please dial 911.)
- Napa County Public Information & Support:
Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- CALFIRE information line: 707-967-4207
- Senior Information line: 707-253-4248
- Statewide COVID-19 Hotline (visit page for more details): 833-422-4255 (833-4CA-4ALL)
- COVID-19 Information and Updates
This is the Napa County information page for coronavirus (COVID-19) information and resources.