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Napa County Stats: Firewise Communities 5, Population 138,572

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The majority of Napa county is protected by the Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit of CAL FIRE. Urban and agricultural land is under the jurisdiction of local fire departments.

, both BLM and Bureau of Reclamation, is covered by CAL FIRE under the California Fire Master Agreement.

Ready Napa County

Ready Napa County
1195 Third Street
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 253-4540

 napa county fd logo Napa County Fire
1125 Third Street Hall of Justice
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 299-1464
CALFIRE logo CAL FIRE – Sonoma/Lake/Napa Unit (LNU)
1199 Big Tree Road St.
Helena, CA 94574
(707) 967-1400
city of napa logo City of Napa Fire Department
1600 Clay Street
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 257-9593
calistoga logo Calistoga Fire Department
(707) 942-2840
City of St Helena St. Helena Fire Department
1572 Railroad Avenue
St. Helena, CA 94574
(707) 963-4112

View contact information for Fire Safe Councils, Firewise Communities, and other programs that are working towards wildfire resilient communities.

angwin fsc logo Angwin Fire Safe Council
Atlas Peak Fire Safe Council
Berryessa Estates Fire Safe Council
Berryessa Highlands Fire Safe Council
Calistoga Fire Safe Council
Circle Oaks Fire Safe Council
Coombsville/Wild Horse Valley Fire Safe Council
Deer Park Fire Safe Council
diamond mt fsc Diamond Mountain Fire Safe Council
Gordon Valley Fire Safe Council
Hagen Oaks Fire Safe Council
Hennessy Rector Fire Safe Council
MVFSC LOGO Mt. Veeder/Dry Creek Fire Safe Council
4225 Solano Ave
Napa, CA 94558
Silverado FSC Silverado Fire Safe Council
Soda Canyon Road Fire Safe Council

Spring Mountain Fire Safe Council
St. Helena Fire Safe Council


Firewise Banner - Residents Reducing Wildfire Risks
Firewise is a national program that encourages communities to work together to assess and reduce wildfire risks.  Visit Become a Firewise USA Site to learn how to make your community Firewise.Visit the Napa County Firewise website for more information.

Atlas Peak – Napa
Calistoga– Calistoga
Hagen Oaks – Napa
Silverado Property Owners – Napa

Napa County Firewise Communities


color_logo_napavalleycoad Napa Valley COAD
(707) 815-4227
land trust of napa county Land Trust of Napa County
1700 Soscol Avenue, Suite 20
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 252-3270
Mitigation Resources

View grants, community programs, and information on mitigation in your county.

Defensible Space Cost Share Program Offering to reimburse residents for 50% of the cost of new qualifying defensible space projects, up to a maximum of $3,500 per property. Our funding is limited, so we will score projects on a set of objective criteria and notify the applicant as soon as a project is qualified. We hope to fund projects to be done before the 2023 fire season, so sign up soon. To learn more about this program visit:
Wildfire Resilience Action Program In cooperation with partners throughout Napa County, the Napa Communities Firewise Foundation (NCFF) has built a comprehensive Wildfire Resilience Action Program (WRAP) with the aim of reducing the risks and impacts of catastrophic wildfires on life and livelihoods throughout Napa County. Read more here:
Chipper Program The Napa County Fire Department provides a free chipping service to all residents who live in designated fire hazard zone.  View more information here:



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