Visitor Information about Wildfires in Sonoma County
There Are Currently No Active Wildfires in Sonoma County.
Emergency Alerts & Info
View detailed information during active emergencies in Sonoma County by visiting SoCo Emergency.
Sign up to receive alerts to your phone and/or email:
- SoCo Alert, use the link or call (707)565-1369 for more information
- Nixle, use the link or TEXT YOUR ZIP CODE TO 888777 to opt in for mobile alerts.
Check the following during active incidents:
- County of Sonoma road closures map
- Visit California – Travel Alerts
- West Coast Travel Facts
- CAL FIRE Wildfire Preparedness
- California Firesafe Council
- FCC/FEMA Emergency Communications Tips
- FEMA app
- PG&E – Be Prepared for Emergencies
- PG&E – Wildfire Safety Program
- Public Safety Power Shutoff
- Ready.gov – Be Informed: Power Outages
- Ready.gov – Be Informed: Wildfires
- Red Cross – Disaster Safety for People with Disabilities
- US Travel Association Emergency Readiness and Response
- Public Safety Power Shutoff Fact Sheet (pdf)
- Public Safety Power Shutoff Statewide Fact Sheet (pdf)
Visitors — Be Prepared
- Sonoma County’s Mediterranean climate, distinguished by warm, wet winters and calm, dry summers, creates conditions that are ideal for agriculture, but also may result in occasional seasonal weather-related events.
- Sonoma County is a large region encompassing more than 1,500 square miles. Most often weather-related issues occur in one portion of the county with the great majority of the area completely unaffected.
- When traveling to any destination, especially during the peak time periods for weather-related events, visitors should be aware of the potential for a situation that will require immediate action. All travel-related cautions should be considered when making arrangements for any trip.
- Travelers should consult a reputable traveler checklist such as the following before traveling: Travelers from abroad click here and domestic travelers click here.
- Sonoma County recently formed the Office of Recovery & Resiliency and is actively working on region-wide systems and programs to help ensure it is prepared for any weather-related event.
- The media often overstates a situation to grab attention. Should media reports mention Sonoma County, consult either your lodging property or Sonoma County Tourism (800) 576-6662 or (707) 522-5800 or on social media via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updated and accurate information.
- Read the local Sonoma County news: Press Democrat