We are overwhelmed by the love and support we have received. Thank you to everyone who came to assist our great city and county.
While we are still assessing the extent of the businesses affected by the fires, we do know that the majority our of city is unaffected and we were very lucky in that many of our hospitality properties were not directly damaged by the fires. While our community is coming together to support each other, so many of our local businesses are open for business and eager to welcome people.
Please note that while there are a lot of tourism businesses in the area open, many are operating with limited staff, and most of our hotels are reserved by first responders and evacuees.
If you’ve planned a trip to Santa Rosa, please contact your lodging provider before traveling, to see if it’s located in an affected area.
If you are planning a visit later in October and beyond - please know that we will update you via this website and our social media channels.
When the time is right, we’re going to need you to visit more than ever, and help Santa Rosa's community get back to work. Santa Rosa will be ready to welcome you and we are thankful for your business.
How to help:
People from all over the country are asking how they can help us recover. You can continue to support Sonoma County wineries, breweries, cheese makers, farmers, and local artisans. Purchases of items that were bottled in, made in, grown in, brewed in or otherwise came from Sonoma County will help local families recover economically.
You can also donate to a local non-profit, Redwood Credit Union’s North Bay Fire Relief, with all funds going directly to those affected: redwoodcu.org/northbayfirerelief