Wildfire Safety Information & Resources
Smith River Complex Fire Information
Watch Duty App: https://www.watchduty.org/
Fire lookout cameras: https://cameras.alertcalifornia.org/
Maps including IR flight data and Incident Action Plans:
Wind direction and speed: https://www.windy.com/
Air quality: https://www.airnow.gov
Pacific Power Outages & Safety: https://www.pacificpower.net/outages-safety.html
Road conditions - CA: https://roads.dot.ca.gov/
Road conditions - OR: https://www.tripcheck.com/
Del Norte OES: https://www.facebook.com/DelNorteOfficeOfEmergencyServices
Del Norte Sheriff's Office: https://www.facebook.com/DelNorteCountySheriffDepartment/
SIGN UP FOR ALERTS
You can sign up for phone, text, and email alerts for up to five addresses at https://preparedelnorte.com
(If you're already signed up it's a good time to check and update your status, regardless of where you live in the county.)
The Red Cross has opened an evacuation shelter at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds, 421 US-101, Crescent City, CA 95531, in response to the Smith River Complex Fire. All are welcome at Red Cross shelters.
All Tribal Offices are still open and serving Tribal Citizens. Natural Resources Staff is working out of the Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Hall Community Center. Call the Tribal Office at 707-487-9255 if you need more information.
The Hall at 101 Indian Ct. in Smith River is still open every day from 8am-5pm for light snacks, water, and coffee. Individuals can come to charge phones and other electronic devices. While you wait we have board games and Tolowa Coloring pages. We have one male and one woman shower, Showers are open from 9am-4pm.
We received a large donation of nonedible ice from Del Norte Ice. Bring your own ice chests to fill up now until it's gone, this ice is to keep your food items or drinks cold only. Please be courteous of the shared space available for use to the entire community. For additional questions or concerns please contact, 707-951-7327.
The Disaster Animal Response Team (DART) is fully operational at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds to help provide care and shelter to survivors’ animals. The Fairgrounds is arranging for large animal help if that is needed.
The Red Cross Shelter accepts trained service animals.
Monetary donations: https://hafoundation.org/ways-to-support/give-now/
If you wish to volunteer: https://www.preparedelnorte.com/volunteer
Donations of goods and services: No known donation needs at this time.
IF YOU NEED HELP
Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Hotline: 1-800-985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746