Information About the Northern California Wildfires
The Kincade Wildfire is now 100% contained. It was centered northeast of Geyserville in Sonoma County, California. The location is 77 miles or about 1.5 hours' drive from San Francisco.
At this time, there is no structural impact to San Francisco and the city has been entirely unaffected by this year's fire.
Please be aware as the Kincade Wildfire could affect your travel plans outside of the city. Visitors to San Francisco seeking information on related closures or possible visitor impact can find relevant information on this page, which will be updated frequently.
Before venturing out, check these resources for the most up-to-date information on current wildfire conditions:
- CalFire — Current and historical California wildfire information.
- California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Fire Situation Awareness — Interactive map depicting fire incidents.
- QuickMap — Interactive map featuring current road conditions, closures and delays.
- San Francisco International Airport — Current flight advisory information.
- AirNow — Information on California smoke forecasts and air quality updates.
- One Less Spark — Fire prevention tips.
- Visit California Travel Alerts — Latest travel advisory information.
How You Can Help Survivors and Support First Responders
As firefighters continue to battle the flames, nonprofit organizations and foundations are seeking help with relief efforts. Here is how you can help.
- Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) — Donate to the CDP 2019 California Wildfires recovery Fund to support immediate and long-term recovery of communities affected by California wildfires.
- Sonoma County Community Foundation — Donors can make an open gift to support individuals impacted by the fires, healing the long-term effects of trauma, and creating housing solutions for the impacted communities.
- Global Giving — Global Giving is accepting donations to assist immediate relief and recovery operations in the form of emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine. These funds will transition to funding long-term assistance.
- The American Red Cross — Donate to the efforts by visiting redcross.org or texting REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
- Direct Relief — Direct Relief helps provide resources to healthcare agencies and first responders in wildfire-affected areas across California.