The Santa Rosa and other Northern California fires in Napa and Sonoma County are spreading fast and leaving destruction in their wake. So far, 13 people have died and more than 2,000 homes and businesses have been destroyed from a total of 15 fires in eight counties. More than 20,000 people have been evacuated. Fifteen fires burned more than 73,000 acres since Sunday night. As we head into Thursday, an even clearer picture of what is burned and what has survived is emerging.
(If you would like to donate to a GoFundMe set up to support fire relief efforts, visit the page here. You can see a list of families whose homes were destroyed that you can help on the GoFundMe page here.)
Here’s a list of confirmed businesses, landmarks, and other buildings that have been destroyed or damaged in the fire, in addition to homes in the areas. There could be more damaged areas than what are listed in this story:
- Alta Mesa & Stone Mountain Circle in Napa: Some homes burned, according to ABC7.
- Applebee’s & Arbys & McDonald’s – At Airway & Hopper in Santa Rosa, according to photos shared on Twitter.
- Anova Center for Education‘s Santa Rosa Campus: This school for high-functioning autistic students was destroyed.
- Bee-Well Farms in Sonoma: Destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Best Value Inn and Suites at 866 Hopper Ave.: Hundreds of rooms were destroyed in the flames.
- Best Western in Santa Rosa at 870 Hopper Ave: Destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Canyon Drive in Napa: Some homes burned, according to ABC7.
- Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa: Extensively damaged by fire, about half of the high school was destroyed.
- Chateau St. Jean in Kenwood: The main building was damaged extensively. But on Tuesday, the current status was changed to unconfirmed. Early reports said it burned down, but the Treasury Wine Estates owner said in a statement that they can’t confirm because officials haven’t been able to reach the winery yet, according to Mercury News.
- Cloverleaf Ranch: Destroyed in the fire. You can donate to help them rebuild here.
- Coddington Mobile Estates: Burned down.
- Coffey Park: Many homes here were burned down during the fire.
- Crestridge Place in Oakmont: The home of Supervisor Susan Gorin was destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Cricklewood Restaurant: Burned down according to social media shares.
- Crystal Drive in Santa Rosa: Destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Darioush Winery: As of 4 p.m. on Monday, the winery was safe. There was some landscape and vineyard damage.
- Dogwood Dr. & Sweetgum Dr. in Santa Rosa: Homes destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Estancia Apartments: According to a Fundly page, the apartments were burned to the ground and 72 families lost their homes. You can donate to help here.
- Flatbed Farm in Glen Ellen: The barn was destroyed in the fire. They wrote on their Facebook page: “Although we do not have our barn as a gathering place anymore, we will rebuild and welcome you all as soon as we can.”
- Fire Station 5, Santa Rosa’s new fire station: Destroyed, according to Twitter reports.
- Fountaingrove Golf & Athletic Club: Several hundred homes destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Fountaingrove Inn & The Steakhouse @ Equus in Santa Rosa: According to the general manager, the 124-room luxury hotel “fell victim to the devastating fire in Sonoma County.”
- Fountaingrove Parkway: Dozens of homes destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Fountaingrove Round Barn in Santa Rosa: Severe damage, seen in video footage. It was built in 1899.
- Frey Vineyards Winery: Destroyed
- Furniture 2000: Destroyed in the fire. $300,000 in inventory in the store’s warehouse was also destroyed, according to SFGate.
- Golden Vineyards: Destroyed, according to Mercury News.
- Gundlach Bundschu winery: (UPDATED: SURVIVED) The extent of damage isn’t yet known, but it has burned. It was originally posted in some articles as destroyed, but the winery recently posted that it’s still standing strong.
- Heights Road & Crystal Drive: Home destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Hemlock Street in Santa Rosa: Homes destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Hidden Valley Satellite: Destroyed in Tubbs fire.
- Hilton Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa: The 250-room hotel was destroyed. The Hilton said its other properties in the area are open and operational.
- Journey’s End Mobile Home Park off Mendocino in Santa Rosa: Destroyed
- Kenwood Vineyards: Sustained minor damage, according to ABC7.
- Keysight Technologies in Santa Rosa: Some buildings burned at 1400 Fountaingrove Parkway, according to ABC7.
- Kmart in Santa Rosa: Gone, according to Facebook posts.
- Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa: Classrooms and the center’s east end are destroyed, but the main building has minimal damage.
- Mark West Springs Road in Santa Rosa: Some homes destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Mayo Family Wineries: A house on the property burned, but the winery was spared so far, according to SFGate.
- McDonald’s at 3746 Hopper Drive in Santa Rosa: Destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Mobile home park off 101 Freeway: Many homes were lost in a currently-unnamed mobile home park off the 101 Freeway.
- Mountain Mikes in Santa Rosa: Gone, according to Facebook posts.
- Nicholson Ranch Winery: Although they sustained some fire damage, the wine is secure, according to SacBee.
- Northtown Animal Hospital: The hospital was burned down. They are working on getting records for all their clients. According to their Facebook, all people and pets are fine and were safely evacuated. You can call the VCA Animal Care Center for help or details: 707-584-4344.
- Oakmont Gardens retirement community: The status of the building itself isn’t known, but the residents are safe. They posted this on their webpage: “Due to wildfires in the Santa Rosa area, our Oakmont Gardens’ community was unexpectedly and quickly evacuated yesterday. Residents who did not choose to go to a family members’ home or a hotel were evacuated safely to Else Allen High School. If you are seeking information regarding an Oakmont Gardens’ residents’ whereabouts, please call 949-242-1470. We will have more details/full list of evacuation sites and residents’ locations within the hour.”
- Oakmont of Villa Capri: Destroyed, according to SacBee. Residents were moved to a senior care facility in Albany.
- Oster Wine Cellars: Destroyed
- Overlook Apartments at 200 Bicentennial Way in Santa Rosa: At least one out of eight buildings burned, according to ABC7.
- Paradise Ridge Winery: Burned down according to Mercury News.
- Puerto Vallarta Mexican Restaurant at 3333 Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa: Destroyed, according to ABC7.
- Redwood Adventist Academy on Mark West Springs Road: Destroyed
- Rincon Valley Little League: They escaped with very little damage to the fields and buildings, but their shipping containers and the equipment inside were seriously damaged and not covered by insurance. Read more here.
- Rolling Oaks 3600 Block: Some homes burned, according to ABC7.
- Roseland Collegiate Prep: Significant damage from fire.
- Schmidt Firearms: Appeared to be a total loss from the fire, according to SFGate.
- Segassia Vineyard: Burned, according to SFGate.
- Signorello Estates & Winery in Napa: The main structure of the winery was destroyed.
- Silverado Resort in Napa: Many homes were destroyed.
- Silverado Highlands in Silverado Country Club Neighborhood: Hillcrest Drive at Inverness burned, according to ABC7.
- Sky Vineyard: The family’s home burned, but the winery is still intact but damaged, according to SFGate.
- Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars: Minimal impact on the winery from the fire, according to SacBee.
- Stornetta Dairy in Sonoma: Destroyed in the fire. 12 sheep lost.
- Sweetgum Street in Santa Rosa: Destroyed in the fire.
- Sweet T’s Restaurant & Bar: Destroyed, according to SacBee.
- The Orchard in Santa Rosa: Some homes have been destroyed. The exact extent of the damage is unclear at the time of publication.
- Trader Joe’s: Both stores in Santa Rosa and Napa had fire damage and will be closed for a while, according to SacBee.
- VinRoc: Appears to be largely destroyed, according to SFGate.
- Vintage Circle in Santa Rosa: All 50 homes destroyed, according to ABC7.
- White Rock Vineyards: Destroyed in the fire. It has been owned by the Vandendriessche family since 1870.
- William Hill Estate Winery in Napa: You can see a photo of the winery’s sign below. But as of Monday afternoon, only the entrance sign and landscape around the winery was damaged. The buildings were intact.
Willi’s Winebar in Santa Rosa: Destroyed in the fire.
Many communities in Napa County were also destroyed. Mercury News reported that these included multiple homes on Westgate Drive, Silverado Trail, Soda Canyon Road, Hardman Avenue, and more.
If you know of other landmarks and buildings that were destroyed, let us know in the comments below.
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