If need assistance interpreting the information or have additional questions, please contact our Office of Emergency Services at 707-268-2500.
On this page you can find resources for shelters, disaster funds, links to road conditions, current advisories, and how you can help. If you have information for this page please call 707-497-5052.
Road Conditions of County Maintained Roads
“For Your Information” is a new effort by the Humboldt County Public Works Department - Roads Division to bring you information regarding planned and on-going utility projects taking place in your neighborhoods.
The American Red Cross-Gold Country Region has established an overnight shelter for community members displaced due to earthquake damages in Humboldt County.
Report Damages Online here
If you have information on a current advisory, please call us at 707-497-5052.
Relief Resources - General
Humboldt Area Foundation's Disaster Response & Resilience Fund
Help Your Community With a Donation to the Disaster Response and Resilience Fund. The fund provides critical resources during disasters and aims to build capacity within our communities to help mitigate future disasters.
Grants from the fund are made to nonprofit agencies, public benefit organizations (schools, government agencies, federally recognized Tribes, etc.), charitable organizations, and groups with a qualified fiscal sponsor. For information on eligibility and how to apply, please review our Disaster Response & Resilience Fund Application.
Get more info at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-442-2993
Community members impacted by the earthquake can obtain Red Cross Clean Up Kits consisting of a mop, broom, scrub brush, sponge, all purpose cleaner, gloves, mask and bucket, free of charge at the Rio Dell Fire Hall.
Rio Dell citizens may utilize the two dumpsters located outside of Rio Dell City Hall, at 675 Wildwood Avenue, to dispose of earthquake debris. Please do not dispose hazardous waste in these receptacles.
**Please do not dispose of Hazardous Waste in the dumpsters**
NCIDC - Emergency Assistance
Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc (NCIDC) is mounting a disaster assistance effort in response to the recent earthquake in Humboldt County.
They are accepting applications from income-eligible American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian households affected by the recent Humboldt County earthquake.
Fill out the intake at: intake.ncidc.org
The American Red Cross has established an overnight shelter, for ALL community members, located at the Rohner Park Firemen’s Pavilion, 9 Park Street in Fortuna.
There is access temporary indoor overnight shelter accommodations, meals, water, electricity, and earthquake information.
Animal sheltering is also available at this location.
For further information please refer to the Humboldt Office of Emergency Services Website.
FOOD, WATER, FACILITIES
Monument Middle School:
95 Center St, Rio Dell, CA 95562
-Bottled water (amount depending on how many occupants per household)
-Charging stations (for cell phones or other electronic devices)