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Sonoma Evacuation Center

SonomaCounty Fair Grounds
1350 Bennet Valley Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
(707) 545-4200

Horses and livestock animals should be brought into the Fairgrounds through Gate 7 off of Aston Ave.
Please call Cliff when en route to the fairgrounds (707) 529-8464.

For more information, please visit their website.

Evacuation Resources

During disasters or large scale incidents this page will be updated to reflect evacuation sites as designated by the respective county Office of Emergency Management. In non-disaster times this page will provide information on disaster planning, community preparedness, mitigation, and training.

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A – K

Alameda County  
Website

Alpine County 
Website

Amador County
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Butte County 
Website

Calaveras County 
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Colusa County
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Contra Costa County 
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Del Norte County 
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El Dorado County
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Fresno County 
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Glenn County 
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Humboldt County
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Inyo County 
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Kings County 
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Lake County
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Lassen County 
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Madera County 
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Marin County
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Mariposa County 
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Merced County 
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Modoc County
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Monterey County 
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Mono County 
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Napa County
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Nevada County 
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Placer County 
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Plumas County
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Sacramento County 
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San Benito County 
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San Francisco County
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San Joaquin County 
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San Mateo County 
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Santa Clara County
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Santa Cruz County 
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Shasta County 
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Sierra County
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Siskiyou County 
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Solano County
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Sonoma County 
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Stanislaus County
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Sutter County 
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Tehama County
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Trinity County 
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Tulare County
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Tuolumne County 
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Yuba County
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Yolo County 
Website

How You Can Help

PHYSICAL DONATIONS

Physical donations are a valuable resource during times of crisis, providing much-needed therapy to patients, as well as taking the financial burden off owners and local healthcare providers. When responding to a natural disaster or major incident the NCAEP will update this page with needed supplies in an effort to streamline the process and minimize waste.

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VOLUNTEER

The NCAEP Emergency Response Team is a volunteer group of equine veterinary professionals joining together to assist in providing veterinary care for sheltered equids. If you are a veterinarian, technician, assistant, or experienced horse handler and are interested in being contacted to help during a disaster response, please fill out our volunteer application below.

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