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Emergency Shelters


Hazard Symbol

Hazard (click map for additional details)


Care and Reception Center


Care and Reception Center


Emergency Shelter


Emergency Shelter


Heating or Cooling Center


Heating or Cooling Centers

Map Usage

  • Enter your address, city, state, zip to see shelters near your location.
  • Click once on the shelter icon to view detailed address information.
  • Use + or - buttons in or out or double-click map to zoom in.
  • Click the Home button to reset zoom.
  • Hold and drag the map to pan the extent
  • See full-screen map

Map Content

The above map displays hot weather, cold weather, and/or emergency shelters currently open within Sonoma County.  Shelters that reside within city limits are updated by their local jurisdiction. 

Please note:  Numerous shelter sites have been pre-identified throughout the county.  Which sites will be utilized depends upon the type and scope of the emergency.  Only active shelter site location information will be released to the public.  This is a dynamic map and it will change periodically based on the nature of the emergency or disaster.

Contact Information

Brentt Blaser
Emergency Coordinator
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
2300 County Center Drive
Suite 220 B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.46229, -122.725377

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