The Solano County Sheriff’s Office, Office of Emergency Services, has initiated Phase 2 of the repopulation process, and continues to welcome residents in Phase 1 return safely to their homes and property after being evacuated because of the LNU Lightning Complex fire.
Beginning at 8 a.m. this morning, residents in Phase 1 and 2 will need to visit the County’s Re-entry Center, located at the Mission Church, 6391 Leisure Town Road in Vacaville, prior to returning home. A valid form of ID or proof of residency will be required, including a driver’s license, car registration or a utility bill. Anyone who cannot show proof of residency will still be helped, the process may just take a little longer. Residents will also be asked to provide a phone number and address, as the County will be sending information on programs and services available in support of the recovery effort.
The second phase includes residents who live in the areas north of Vaca Valley Road up to Cantelow Road, and from Pleasants Valley Road to Gibson Canyon Road. Residents in first phase, including those who live in the areas west of Interstate 80 from Lyon Road to Vaca Valley Road, including Vaca Valley Road, are also welcome to continue to return to their homes and property (map).
For the safety of all County residents, County employees, CAL FIRE crews and utility workers; due to road damage, falling trees and ongoing utility work, the following roads will remain closed until further notice, including, Gates Canyon Road, Mix Canyon Road, Blue Ridge Road, Cantelow Road from Pleasants Valley Road to English Hills Road and Pleasants Valley Road from Shale Peak Lane to Quail Canyon Road.
The public is encouraged to visit the Solano County Virtual Local Assistance Center at www.SolanoCountyRecovers.org for additional resources, including news alerts, active incidents, local assistance center locations and property recovery information. Residents are also urged to register for the Alert Solano emergency notification system at www.AlertSolano.com for information on severe weather alerts, wildfires and natural disasters.
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