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Earthquake in Sonoma County

En español » On Saturday, June 22, 2024, at 0900, a major earthquake occurred in the East San Francisco Bay. Preliminary reports indicate a 7.0 magnitude earthquake on the Hayward Fault, with an epicenter near the city of Fremont. The rupture has resulted in ground shaking and damage within 19 California counties, including throughout Sonoma County. Highway blockages include I-80, I-280, I-580, I-680, I-880, and US 101. The public should not travel on roadways as major gridlock occurs. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is issuing an air quality advisory for smoke for Wednesday, June 26, due to smoke from numerous earthquake-related fires around the Bay Area. Sonoma County health officer issues health order requiring the boiling of water Use bottled or boiled water for drinking, and to prepare and cook food. Full Press Release Article, includes information on Handwashing, Bathing, Brushing Teeth, Dish Washing, and more Road Avoidance Notice Non-residents are requested to avoid the Bellevue area in Santa Rosa–the borders are Highway 101 on the east, Todd Road on the south, Stony Point Road on the west and Bellevue Avenue on the north. Map of Affected Area There are currently two County-run shelters open to the public: Santa Rosa Veteran’s Memorial Building 1351 Maple Ave Santa Rosa, CA 95404 Petaluma Veterans Building 1094 Petaluma Blvd S Petaluma, CA 94952 Donations including water, non-perishable food, cash and gift cards can be made to donations.cvnl.org or by calling 873-449-7869 Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership Please note: unsolicited donations will NOT be accepted. for specific needs and dropoff locations, please visit donations.cvnl.org. read more