Valley Fire Update: Lake County Emergency Shelter Resources

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Valley Fire Update

Support for Valley Fire victims and evacuees is now shifting to assisting people with returning to their homes, or to shelters that are closer to where they live. The following information was provided to CVNL Emergency Volunteer Center (EVC) staff members who are on site.

Lake County Transportation and Emergency Shelter Resources

Transportation

People in need of transportation to Lake County when Highway 29 reopens, please visit the Social Services table located in the Tubbs Building on the Napa County Fairground.

Napa County Fairground
1435 N Oak St, Calistoga, CA 94515 (map)

Shelter Information

American Red Cross Shelters are open at the following locations in Lake County:

Grace Church, 6716 Live Oak Dr., Kelseyville (map)
Clear Lake Senior Center, 3245 Bowers Avenue, Clearlake (map)
Twin Pine Casino, 22223 CA-29, Middletown (when Highway 29 opens) (map)

Camping, Trailers and those with pets:
Hidden Valley Lake Golf Course
19210 Hartman Road, Hidden Valley Lake, CA (map)

Additional American Red Cross Resources
In the coming days, Red Cross caseworkers will also begin to meet with individuals and families to help them develop their recovery plan and connect them with a variety of resources. People affected by the Valley Fire. Individuals can also (855) 224-2490 to learn about Red Cross services available.

The public can download the all-inclusive Red Cross Emergency App which combines more than 35 emergency alerts to help keep the user safe, including information about what to do in case of wildfires and more. Users can find it in smartphone app stores by searching for the American Red Cross or going to redcross.org/apps.

Lake County Resources

Lake County Information Line: 1-800-325-9604
Lake County Information Website: www.lakecountylac.com

The Lake County Office of Emergency Services (OES) worked with state, county and community-based organizations to establish a Local Assistance Center (LAC) to help residents with resources. Some of the organizations involved with this effort include the Department of Motor Vehicles, Contractor State Licensing Board, Franchise Tax Board, Employment Development Department, Chaplains, American Red Cross, Salvation Army and others.

Middletown Senior Center
21256 Washington Street, Middletown, CA (map)
Hours: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM daily until further notice