NAPA COUNTY, CA — Napa County individuals, families and business owners affected by the ongoing LNU Lightning Fire Complex can begin the process of exploring relief and support options through the newly opened Napa County Local Assistance Center.
The center, at the County's Health & Human Services campus, 2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Building A in Napa, is providing "One Stop Information" for local, state and federal recovery resources that may become available, officials said. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week.
Services are available in English and Spanish by appointment or on a limited, first-come-first -served basis.
Residents seeking in-person assistance are reminded to wear a mask and practice COVID-19 guidelines for social-distancing. For those without masks, one will be provided.
To schedule an appointment, register here or call (707) 299-2190.
Individuals also can seek online help through the “Virtual Local Assistance Center” resources at this link or can call (707) 299-2190.