Emergency Information You Can Use — 2020 Edition | Sonoma Ecology Center

An unprecedented lightning storm has kicked off Sonoma County’s fire season even earlier than usual this year, forcing everyone to pay closer attention to fire, weather, air quality and other conditions in order to stay informed and stay safe.

That’s why we’re posting this updated list of links to real-time information intended to help locals monitor the status of nearby wildfires, air quality, weather changes and power shutoffs.

Hot weather, dry vegetation and increased wind speeds always mean greater fire danger, and we urge everyone to remain careful and conscientious throughout the fire season when it comes to potential fire sources. Even the tiniest spark can start a major conflagration.

We’re here to support our community, and know that you are too. Please stay safe!

 

Wildfires

Weather & Air Quality

Power Shutoffs

Emergency Preparedness