Current Humboldt County
The Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services responds to a variety of incidents from wildfires and floods, to health crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Current incident information can be found at this page.
If need assistance interpreting the information on this page or have additional questions, please contact our Office of Emergency Services at 707-268-2500.
Last updated 5/22/2023 at 9 a.m.
CURRENT EMERGENCY ALERTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RESOURCES
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- County Road Conditions
- Caltrans information:
- California Highway Conditions - Including Construction and Winter Weather Information (Text Version)
- California Planned Roadwork and Lane Closures
- Caltrans QuickMap Real-Time Traffic Information
- Caltrans Live Traffic Cameras
If you need help interpreting any portion of these maps, please call the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services at 707-268-2500.
Humboldt County Evacuation Map
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PG&E Outage Map
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GENERAL RECOVERY AND ASSISTANCE RESOURCES
Recovering from any type of disaster takes time. Click the links below to learn more about the resources and assistance that may be available to help.
- Disaster Recovery and Assistance - English
- Asistencia y Servicios de Recuperación - Español por Desastre -Spanish
Assistance Programs Available During Disasters
|Program||Contact Information||Information about Services|
|CalFresh, Medi-Cal, CalWORKs, General Relief|
Through the Department of Health and Human Services, eligible households can obtain food assistance (CalFresh), cash aid (CalWORKs, General Assistance, Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants), and affordable health insurance (Medi-Cal).
|Mental Health Assistance|
Behavioral Health Warm Line:
Behavioral Health 24-hour Crisis Line: 707-445-7715
|Disability Disaster Access and Resources Program |
Tri-County Independent Living
Tri-County Independent Living
Phone Line Hours:
|PG&E customers that are dependent on electric powered/charged medical or assistive technology devices and are impacted by the power outages may be eligible for Tri-County Independent Living’s Disability Disaster Access and Resources Program. Through this program, eligible individuals can obtain temporary sheltering assistance, financial assistance for meals and gas, transportation services and emergency planning.|
|AT&T Customer Disaster Relief||Residential customers: 877-241-1787, option 2.|
Small Business: 800-321-2000 Enterprise Customer Care: 877-937-5288, prompt 4.
Note: Enterprise customers will need a tracking number, an asset ID number, or a ticket number
Persons experiencing visual, hearing and speech, cognitive, mobility, and aging challenges may call the AT&T Accessibility Assistance Center at 1-800-772-3140.
|AT&T wireline and VoIP telephone customers in affected areas may call for customer assistance including waiver of fees for remote call forwarding and voicemail.|
|United Policy Holders||https://uphelp.org|
United Policy Holders is a non-profit that helps disaster survivors through the insurance claim and long-term recovery process. Their mission is to be a trustworthy and useful information resource and an effective voice for consumers of all types of insurance in all 50 states. They provide free insurance and decision-making guidance, tools, and resources to people, businesses, and communities.
California Department of Housing and Community Development
|Resources for mobilehome/manufactured home owners|
|If your mobilehome or manufactured home was destroyed due to a recent California wildfire, earthquake or storm and you need copies of your title and registration and/or salvage forms, we can help.|
If your mobilehome or manufactured home was damaged due to a recent California wildfire, earthquake or storm and you need to obtain permits for alterations/repairs, we can help.
Ways to Help
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services is not currently accepting material donations. To make a financial donations to assist with the response can be made directly to the following:
- Habitat for Humanity Humboldt County Project: PayPal
- Pay it Forward Humboldt: 707-616-9191, firstname.lastname@example.org
- American Red Cross: 1-800-435-7669, redcross.org
- Humboldt Area Foundation
- Volunteer with your local fire department.
- Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
- American Red Cross California Gold Country
- Food for People
- Northern California Community Blood Bank
Sign up for Humboldt Alert
Residents are also encouraged to sign up for Humboldt Alert to receive local emergency notifications, including information regarding evacuations and emergency sheltering in the event of a wildfire, flood or other emergency incident. Residents can sign up by going to: humboldtgov.org/alerts.