Remaining Evacuation Areas

Mandatory evacuation orders remain in place in certain areas of the county; these areas remain unsafe to remain in or re-enter. Evacuation orders have been lifted in many areas. The maps below allow residents to determine if evacuation orders have been lifted for their property and it is safe to re-enter.

October 20, 2017 at 11:15 AM

County Evacuation Map

The status of mandatory and advisory evacuation areas in Sonoma County is being updated regularly. To check the status of your address, use the online, up-to-date evacuation map at:

Santa Rosa Residents

If you live within the Santa Rosa city limits, please refer to the map at

Alerts and Notifications

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Current Evacuations

The following areas remain under mandatory evacuation orders unless otherwise indicated.

Agua Caliente - Mandatory Evacuations

  • Cavedale
  • All Burned Areas

Bennett Valley - Mandatory Evacuations

  • Bennett Ridge Road
  • Enterprise Road
  • All Burned Areas

Glen Ellen - Mandatory Evacuations

  • Glen Ellen – Burned Areas
  • Arnold Drive north of Sonoma Development Center
  • West of Jack London State Park
  • Enterprise Road
  • Trinity Rd
  • Burned Areas

Kenwood - Mandatory Evacuations

  • Burned Areas

Santa Rosa - Mandatory Evacuations

  • Hopper Avenue - Area west of Coffey Lane between Dennis Lane and Hopper Avenue to the north and south and Coffey Lane and Barnes Road to the east and west (limited re-entry for residents only)
  • All Burned Areas

Sonoma and Sonoma Valley - Mandatory Evacuations

  • 7th Street East (Burned Area)
  • Castle Road (Burned Area, N Castle Road to Half Moon Street is open) 
  • Gehricke Road (Burned Area)
  • Mission Highlands Neighborhood (Burned Area)
  • Norrbom Road (Burned Area)
  • All Burned Areas

Fire Information

Community Information and Recovery Resources

News and maps, evacuation and shelter updates and information to help you recover from the fire disaster: applying for disaster aid, health concerns, returning to burn areas, housing and financial assistance and more.

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Local Assistance Center

One-stop shop with critical services for residents who have been impacted by the fires. Services include FEMA, Small Business Administration, Social Security, US Postal Service, Social Services, Veterans Affairs, DMV, etc.

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