Shady / Glass Fire Information Resources

As we face the reality of wildfire in our beautiful Oakmont, we hope first that everyone is safe. All of Oakmont is under evacuation orders. Please abide by these orders. It is unsafe to stay in your home. We do not know much at this time, but at least two homes have been involved. Firefighters worked untiringly through the night to fight the fires in Oakmont.

Here are some links to important resources you may need during this time. If you have specific status information about Oakmont you may consider emailing that to

Glass Fire Recovery
The City of Santa Rosa has developed a resource page to keep Glass Fire survivors informed about next steps in the recovery process and to provide access to important resources. For the latest emergency information and updates for the Glass Fire, go to

City Of Santa Rosa Temporary Evacuation Points (TEP)
A TEP provides a safe staging area for you to park and remain in your vehicle while displaced by the emergency. TEPs are only used on a short-term basis before you are permitted to return home, figure out your next move, or are referred to another location.

Evacuation Orders and Maps
All of the City of Santa Rosa’s latest evacuation orders, as well as a corresponding map are available on this page.

KSRO: 103.5 FM | 94.5 FM | 1350 AM KSRO is the recommended source for emergency information via radio in the Santa Rosa area. You may listen live online here:

The City will be holding a briefing at 11 a.m. on KSRO.

Cal Fire Incidents
The Cal Fire Incidents page shows a list of Cal Fire identified fires and a corresponding map.

Voicemails/Phones Cut Off At Office The Oakmont Village Association office currently has no power, and we are not utilizing the generator as there are no personnel on-premise. For this reason the telephones at the office are not able to receive voicemails until further notice.


Potential for Debris

Keep phones on and charged, flashlights nearby, and blankets handy. Potential for debris in areas near the Glass Fire scar. Please be sure to keep

Sonoma County Stay At Home Order

Sonoma County has announced a stay at home order which you may read here: This order does not prohibit outdoor activities and OVA’s outdoor facilities,

Food & Activity Resources

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