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Earthquake status report as of 545pm Aug 27

City of Napa CURRENT STATUS 5:45pm Wed Aug 27, 2014
Following the 6.1 earthquake that hit the North Bay at 3:20am Sunday, August 24, the City of Napa declared a local emergency. The City is now in the recovery phase and remains focused on providing for public safety, restoring services, and assessing and repairing damage.

Status as of 5:45pm:

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Earthquake status report as of 10am Aug 27

Wednesday August 27, 2014 10:20am 

City of Napa CURRENT STATUS 10am Wed Aug 27, 2014
Following the 6.1 earthquake that hit the North Bay at 3:20am Sunday, August 24, the City of Napa declared a local emergency. The City is now in the recovery phase and remains focused on providing for public safety, restoring services, and assessing and repairing damage.

Status as of 10am:

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Southbound off ramp from Hwy 29 at Trancas closed

Wednesday August 27, 2014 9:25am 

The off-ramp at Trancas St/Redwood Road from southbound Hwy 29 will be closed from 9am to 6pm today so crews can perform emergency water lines repairs in the intersection of Solano-Redwood Road. Use Trower Ave to the north or Lincoln Ave to the south to exit southbound Hwy 29. 

 
Earthquake status report as of 6pm Aug 26

City of Napa CURRENT STATUS 6pm Tue Aug 26, 2014
Following the 6.1 earthquake that hit the North Bay at 3:20am Sunday, August 24, the City of Napa declared a local emergency at 7:59am Sunday. The Governor also declared a state of emergency. The City is now in the recovery phase and remains focused on providing for public safety, restoring services, and assessing damage.

Status as of 6pm:

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Earthquake - Sewage

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

When you see or experience a sewage backup, report it to Napa Sanitation District (NSD) at (707) 258-6000, ext. 9. NSD crews will contact you via phone and try and respond within 30 minutes, locate the blockage and determine if it is the public sewer. If it is, the crew will remove the blockage and end the sewage overflow. During emergencies, the response time may be greater and calls will be prioritized. It is important to stop using water within the building until NSD has responded to the call.

 
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