New Napa County Orders

1:45 pm Tuesday August 25

Silverado Trail south from Deer Park Road to Highway 128 (Sage Canyon Road) to include the areas of Fawn Park, Madrone Knolls, Meadowood, Howell Mountain Road including roads off of Howell Mountain Road up to and including Conn Valley Road, Taplin Road, Rutherford Hill Road, and Long Ranch Road.
Highway 128 (Sage Canyon Road) will be placed under the Evacuation Warning up to Chiles Pope Valley Road.

**Highway 128 (Sage Canyon) from Chiles Pope Valley Road east to Highway 121 (Moskowite Corners) will remain under an Evacuation Order
**Deer Park Road leading up to the communities of Deer Park and Angwin, along with all roads in between, will remain under an Evacuation Order
**Howell Mountain Road (AKA Old Howell Mountain Road) from Conn Valley Road to Deer Park Road will remain under an Evacuation Order

3:45pm Monday August 24

Evacuation Orders have been reduced to an Evacuation Warning for the following roads:

  • Soda Canyon Road from Loma Vista to 3700 Soda Canyon Road (Dead End)
  • Atlas Peak from the Bubbling Wells Pet Cemetery 2462 Atlas Peak Road to 3683 Atlas Peak Road (Circle R Ranch)

The Evacuation Order in Napa County on Highway 121 (Monticello Road) from Vichy Avenue to Longhorn Ridge Road, to include the Circle Oaks sub-division, along with the communities of Wooden Valley and Gordon Valley to the Napa/Solano County line has been reduced to an Evacuation Warning. This will include Wooden Valley Road, Wooden Valley Cross Road, Gordon Valley Road, and all connecting roads.

The closure of Highway 121 (Monticello Road) will be moved to the intersection at Long Horn Ridge Road. No Access to Long Horn Ridge Road.

  • The portion of Silverado Trail between Rosedale Road and Highway 29.
  • Highway 29 from Silverado Trail to the Lake County Line, excluding the portion within the Calistoga City Limits, remain in effect.
  • Highway 121 (Monticello Rd) from Vichy Ave to Silverado Trail

All other Evacuation Orders and road closures remain in effect.

Utility restoration is currently in progress. Residents could have limited or no utilities at their location.

Coming home after a wildfire can be difficult. As evacuations are lifted please review the safety steps when returning to your home after a wildfire. For information on returning home visit us at:

NOTES:  SAFETY MESSAGE – The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures and any evacuation warnings or orders. A reminder to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area. There will be smoke in the respective areas as firefighters continue firefighting operations. If at any time you feel unsafe, please call 911.