Emergency Information

Matthew H. Hymel, County Administrator

OCTOBER 31, 2019 – 4:30PM
Public Safety Power Shutoff Update for Marin County

As of 10:00 a.m., approximately 866 metered locations within Marin County remain without power from Pacific Gas & Electric Company’s Public Safety Power shutoff that went into effect Saturday, October 26.  The outage, which was triggered due to wildfire safety concerns, affected more than 118,000 metered locations across Marin and left nearly all of Marin’s residents without power for a minimum of 72 hours.  While 99% of residents were restored by October 30, the following communities have not had power restored:

Community Name Number of PG&E Meters
Dillon Beach 434
Fallon 76
Marshall 122
Tomales 234

According to PG&E, the primary reason these communities are still without power is because they are part of a Sonoma County -based circuit, and that circuit sustained heavy damage during the wind event of the past weekend.  PG&E must repair the damaged lines before they can be re-energized.  The affected West Marin communities are in a unique position as they are located at the end of the Sonoma circuit lines, so while repairs may be complete in those immediate areas, all other repairs on the line must be complete before the entire line can be re-energized.  Repairs are underway, however, PG&E does not expect full restoration until late tonight.

Octubre 31, 2019 4:30PM
Actualización VESPERTINA sobre el Corte de Energía por Motivos de Seguridad Pública

A partir de las 10:00 a.m., aproximadamente 866 ubicaciones medidas dentro del Condado de Marin permanecen sin energía eléctrica desde el corte de Energía de Seguridad Pública de la Compañía Pacific Gas & Electric que entró en vigencia el sábado 26 de octubre. La interrupción, que se desencadenó debido a preocupaciones de seguridad por incendios forestales, afectó más más de 118,000 ubicaciones medidas en todo Marin y dejaron a casi todos los residentes de Marin sin electricidad durante un mínimo de 72 horas. Si bien el 99% de los residentes fueron restaurados antes del 30 de octubre, a las siguientes comunidades no se les ha restablecido la energía:

Community Name Número de medidores PG&E
Dillon Beach 434
Fallon 76
Marshall 122
Tomales 234

Según PG&E, la razón principal por la que estas comunidades aún no tienen electricidad es porque son parte de un circuito basado en el condado de Sonoma, y ese circuito sufrió graves daños durante el evento de viento del pasado fin de semana. PG&E debe reparar las líneas dañadas antes de que puedan volver a energizarse. Las comunidades afectadas de West Marin están en una posición única, ya que se encuentran al final de las líneas del circuito de Sonoma, por lo que si bien las reparaciones pueden completarse en esas áreas inmediatas, todas las demás reparaciones en la línea deben completarse antes de que toda la línea pueda volver a -energizado. Las reparaciones están en marcha, sin embargo, PG&E no espera una restauración completa hasta esta noche.

PG&E COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTERS

In addition, PG&E will continue to host resource and charging centers today at the following locations:

  • San Rafael: Albert J. Boro Community Center, 50 Canal Street (Daily, 8am to 8pm)
  • Marin City / Sausalito: Marin City Health & Wellness Center, 630 Drake Avenue (Daily, 8am to 8pm)
  • Novato: 115 San Pablo Avenue (Daily, 8am to 8pm)

ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING

Electric Vehicle owners may recharge their vehicles for free at Marin Clean Energy’s 10 public charging stations at 1125 Tamalpais Avenue in San Rafael.  Charging stations will remain free until the majority of power is restored to Marin.  Patrons will need to swipe a credit card to initiate charging but will not be charged. On-site staff may ask EV owners to limit charging if there is a line of other customers waiting for charging.

FOOD SPOILAGE

Most Marin residents affected by the October 26 outage were without power for a minimum of 48 hours, and many for 72 hours or more.  Perishable food must remain at 40 degrees fahrenheit or below to remain safe to eat.  Unless food was kept on ice for the duration of the outage, most perishable food such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and leftovers will need to be disposed. Follow USDA guidelines when evaluating each food item for disposal. When in Doubt, Throw it Out!

Zero Waste Marin recommends that instead of sending all spoiled food to the landfill, remove any packaging and toss spoiled perishable food into the green organics cart for composting. If bagging leaves and yard waste after the high winds, remember to bag leaves in compostable bags or paper bag (no plastic bags).

CALFRESH

Residents who receive CalFresh assistance and lost food due to either the October 8 and/or October 26 Public Safety Power Shutoff events may apply for replacement benefits (up to 70%).  To apply for replacement benefits, contact Marin Health and Human Services at (877) 410-8817 or online at https://www.marinhhs.org/calfresh-snap.

SAFETY REMINDERS DURING AN OUTAGE

  • Stay off roads to reduce the risk of traffic collisions during outage conditions. Also, driving during strong wind events can be difficult as they can pose additional hazards such as fallen trees and debris in the roadway. If you can remain safely indoors, stay home.
  • During a power outage, treat unlit traffic lights as a four way stop.
  • Keep freezers and refrigerators closed. The refrigerator will keep food cold for about four hours. A full freezer will keep the temperature for about 48 hours. Use coolers with ice if necessary. Monitor temperatures with a thermometer. If internal refrigerator temperatures exceed 40 degrees, do not consume perishable foods. When it doubt, throw it out.
  • Maintain food supplies that do not require refrigeration.
  • Check on your neighbors. Older adults and young children are especially vulnerable to extreme temperatures.
  • Go to a designated charging station or community resource center if heat or cold is extreme.
  • Turn off or disconnect appliances, equipment, or electronics. Power may return with momentary “surges” or “spikes” that can cause damage.
  • Turn off irrigation systems and reduce water use. Conserving water eases demand on backup generators and ensures we have enough water for firefighting and other essential needs. 
  • Avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Use extreme caution when operating gas powered generators. Always read your owner’s manual before operating your generator. Avoid overloading your generator by following the manufacturer's directions for load capacity. Use your generator outside with the exhaust directed away from openings to your home or nearby buildings. Generators, camp stoves, or charcoal grills should always be used outdoors and at least 20 feet away from windows.  Generators need to cool before refueling or could spark a fire. Never use a gas stovetop or oven to heat your home.  
  • During a power outage, auto-igniters on gas appliances (e.g., gas stoves) will not work.  Use extreme caution when lighting burners with a match. 

SHELTERS FOR SONOMA FIRE EVACUEES

A State and American Red Cross -operated shelter is located at the Marin Center Exhibit Hall for Sonoma County evacuees.  This shelter is at capacity and is not accepting donations (in-kind or monetary) or volunteers.  To help Sonoma Wildfire Victims, please visit the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) via CVNL.org to sign-up for future volunteer opportunities or make a monetary donation.

WHO TO CONTACT FOR INFORMATION

Only call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing a medical emergency (e.g., severe bleeding, chest pain, etc.), or to report a downed power line or tree which could create a public hazard.  (See below for instructions on how to contact 911 if your cell phone is not working).

Call 2-1-1 for non-emergency calls, including questions about medical devices, community resource center and charging center locations, and referrals to other social services.  2-1-1 should be your primary contact number. In addition, residents can text MARINSHUTOFF to 898-211 (or MARINAPAGON to 898-211 for Spanish speaking residents) to receive helpful information.

All questions regarding PSPS events and extended outages should be directed to PG&E via their website and 1-800-743-5000. Residents and businesses can access updated PSPS information from PG&E online at www.pge.com/pspsupdates and verify impacted addresses at www.pge.com/eventmaps.

HOW TO CONTACT 9-1-1 IN AN EMERGENCY IF CELL PHONES DO NOT WORK

During a power outage, cell towers may lose battery power after a long period of time.

In the case of an emergency where your cell phone will not dial 9-1-1:

  1. Traditional landline phones will still call 9-1-1.  However, VoIP internet phones will not work.
  2. Fire Stations and Marin County Sheriff Substations have phones with direct connection to emergency dispatch.
  3. Find your closest local Public Safety Facility. If no one is at the first one you go to (might be on an emergency call, etc.), please try the next facility closest to you.  Marin-area public safety facilities are listed below. 

AIR QUALITY TIPS

Please be aware that wildfire containment and shifting winds can drastically change air quality in a short period of time. The most common symptoms are eye and throat irritation, coughing, and difficulty breathing. Persons with health problems, especially respiratory or heart conditions, should take extra caution. Follow these precautions to protect your health:

  • Minimize outdoor activities 
  • Stay indoors with windows and doors closed as much as possible
  • Do not run fans that bring smoky outdoor air inside
  • Run your air-conditioner only if it does not bring smoke in from the outdoors
  • Consider leaving the area until smoke conditions improve if you experience symptoms related to smoke exposure

WHEN TO SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION

Contact your health care provider if you experience the following symptoms that do not improve after moving indoors or into a safe air quality environment:

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing 
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightness or pain
  • Palpitations
  • Nausea or unusual fatigue
  • Lightheadedness and/or feeling faint

As always, if you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, call 9- 1-1

For more information, visit: https://www.marinhhs.org/wildfire-air-quality

If you are experiencing a medical emergency please visit your local hospital:

  • Novato Community Hospital – 165 Rowland Way, Novato
  • Kaiser Hospital – 99 Monticello, San Rafael
  • Marin Health Medical Center (Marin General) – 250 Bon Air Road, Kentfield

New non-emergency hotline to help medically-vulnerable Californians during power shutoffs is (833) 284-3473. 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up to volunteer with disaster related needs in Marin and Napa. Please fill out this form with your skills, availability and contact information so we can call upon you for assistance. You will be contacted directly if/when you are needed. Please remember: do not just show up to volunteer!

MARIN COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITIES / ESTACIONES DE SEGURIDAD PÚBLICA EN EL CONDADO DE MARIN

Belvedere Police – 450 San Rafael Avenue, Belvedere
Central Marin Police – 250 Doherty Drive, Larkspur
Fairfax Police – 144 Bolinas Road, Fairfax
Marin County Sheriff (Main Office) – 1600 Los Gamos, San Rafael
Marin County Sheriff (Point Reyes) – 101 4th Street, Point Reyes Station
Marin County Sheriff Southern Station – 850 Drake Avenue
Mill Valley Police – 1 Hamilton Drive, Mill Valley
Novato Police – 909 Machin Avenue, Novato
Ross Police – 33 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Ross
San Rafael Police – 1400 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael
Sausalito Police – 29 Caledonia Street, Sausalito
Tiburon Police – 1155 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon
Central Marin Fire Station 13 – 5600 Paradise Drive, Corte Madera
Central Marin Fire Station 14 – 342 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera
Central Marin Fire Station 15 – 400 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur
Central Marin Fire Station 16 – 15 Barry Way, Kentfield
Kentfield Fire – 1004 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Greenbrae
Marinwood Fire – 777 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael
Marin County Fire (Marin City) – 850 Drake Avenue, Marin City
Marin County Fire (Point Reyes) – 101 4th Street, Point Reyes Station
Marin County Fire (Throckmorton) – 816 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley
Marin County Fire (Woodacre) – 33 Castle Rock Avenue, Woodacre
Marin County Fire (Tomales) – 26701 Shoreline Highway, Tomales
Mill Valley Fire  Station 6 – 26 Corte Madera Avenue, Mill Valley
Mill Valley Fire Station 7 – 1 Hamilton Drive, Mill Valley
Novato Fire Station 61 – 7025 Redwood Blvd, Novato
Novato Fire Station 62 – 450 Atherton Avenue
Novato Fire Station 63 – 65 San Ramon Way, Novato
Novato Fire Station 64 – 319 Enfrente Road, Novato
Novato Fire Station 65 – 5 Bolling Drive, Novato
Ross Valley Fire Station 18 – 33 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Ross
Ross Valley Fire Station 19 – 777 San Anselmo Avenue, San Anselmo
Ross Valley Fire Station 20 – 150 Butterfield Road, San Anselmo
Ross Valley Fire Station 21 – 10 Park Road, Fairfax
Southern Marin Fire Station 1 – 333 Johnson Street, Sausalito
Southern Marin Fire Station 4 – 304 Poplar Street, Mill Valley
Southern Marin Fire Station 9 – 308 Reed Blvd, Mill Valley
Tiburon Fire Station 10 – 4301 Paradise Drive, Tiburon
Tiburon Fire Station 11 – 1679 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon
San Rafael Fire Station 51 – 1051 C Street, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 52 – 210 3rd Street, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 53 – 30 Joseph Court, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 54 – 46 Castro Avenue, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 55 – 955 Point San Pedro Road, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 56 – 650 Del Ganado Road, San Rafael

PHARMACIES

Corte Madera
Rite Aid Pharmacy - closed
431 Corte Madera Town Center, Corte Madera
(415) 924-4557

Greenbrae
CVS Pharmacy - closed
Bon Air Shopping Center, Sir Francis Drake Blvd #330
(415) 461-9093

Larkspur
Lucky Pharmacy - closed
570 Magnolia Ave
(415) 924-6738

Mill Valley
Walgreens - closed
227 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley
(415) 380-8402

CVS Pharmacy - closed
759 E Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley
(415) 389-8891

Safeway Pharmacy - OPEN
800 Redwood Highway Frontage Rd #110, Mill Valley
(415) 360-9020
Operating at normal capacity and hours
9am to 8pm M-F; 9am to 5pm Sat and Sun
Accepting CC

Rite Aid Pharmacy - closed
701 E. Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley
(415) 388-2546

Safeway Pharmacy - closed
1 Camino Alto, Mill Valley
(415) 388-2701

Novato
Costco Pharmacy - OPEN
300 Vintage Way, Novato
Operating at normal capacity
10am - 7pm M-F; 9:30am to 6pm Saturday, closed Sundays
Accepting CC

Rite Aid Pharmacy - closed (might reopen this afternoon 10/28)
910 Diablo Ave, Novato
(415) 898-1905

Safeway Pharmacy - OPEN
5720 Nave Dr, Novato
(415) 881-9260
Limited capacity - call first - unsure of hours this week, dependent on generator
Accepting CC

CVS Pharmacy - closed
200 Vintage Way, Novato (in Target)
(415) 895-3103

CVS Pharmacy - closed
2035 Novato Blvd, Novato
(415) 897-9917

CVS Pharmacy - closed
1707 Grant Ave, Novato
(415) 897-4171

Point Reyes
West Marin Pharmacy - closed
11 4th St, Point Reyes Station
(415) 663-1121

San Rafael
CVS Pharmacy - (OPEN)
125 Shoreline Pkwy, San Rafael (in Target)
415-299-6113
Operating at normal capacity
10am - 6 pm M-F, 12pm - 5pm Sat, closed Sundays
Accepting CC

Rite Aid Pharmacy - closed
361 3rd St, San Rafael
(415) 454-7744

Walgreens Pharmacy - closed
830 3rd St, San Rafael
(415) 455-9919

CVS Pharmacy - closed
909 Grand Ave, San Rafael
(415) 258-1649

CVS Pharmacy - closed
442 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael
(415) 479-9171

Walgreens Pharmacy - closed
155 Northgate One, San Rafael
(415) 479-2260

Safeway Pharmacy - closed
950 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael
(415) 472-8221

San Anselmo
CVS Pharmacy - closed
880 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
(415) 456-9900

Walgreens Pharmacy - closed
820 Sir Francis Drake Blvd & Shaw, San Anselmo
(415) 482-0191

Sausalito
CVS Pharmacy (OPEN)
180 Donahue St, Sausalito (in Target) (415) 289-0534
Limited services - can only provide medication for already requested prescriptions with ID, when working, can take cc

CVS Pharmacy - closed
150 Donahue St, Sausalito
(415) 339-0169

Tiburon
CVS Pharmacy - closed
1599 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon
(415) 435-3843

CENTROS DE RECURSOS COMUNITARIOS DE PG&E 

PG&E ha abierto tres (3) centros de recursos comunitarios en Marin. Ofrecen lugar para cargar celulares y otros aparatos pequeños, agua en botella, y bocadillos. Los lugares incluyen:

San Rafael: Centro Comunitario de Albert J. Boro, 50 Canal Street (todos los dias, 8:00am-8:00pm)
Marin City / Sausalito: Centro de Salud y el Bienestar de Marin City, 630 Drake Avenue (todos los dias, 8:00am-8:00pm)
Novato: Gimnasio de Old Hamilton, 115 San Pablo Avenue (todos los dias, 8:00am-8:00pm)

ESTACIONES DE CARGA DE VEHÍCULOS ELÉCTRICOS

(DESCARGO DE RESPONSABILIDAD: Esta información sólo es válida mientras el suministro de energía aún esté disponible en San Rafael. Las interrupciones podrían ocurrir nuevamente hoy en algún momento)

  • Marin Clean Energy: 10 estaciones de carga de nivel 2 disponibles (1125 Tamalpais Avenue, San Rafael)
  • Centro Cívico del Condado de Marin: 30 estaciones de carga de nivel 2 disponibles (3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael)

NOTA: El personal en el sitio puede pedirle que limite el personal de cobro si hay otros esperando para cobrar.

Para conocer el estado actualizado de las estaciones de carga de vehículos eléctricos en Marin, chargepoint.com/charge_point o mediante la aplicación para teléfonos inteligentes ChargePoint.

CONSEJOS DE SEGURIDAD DURANTE UNA INTERRUPCIÓN ELÉCTRICA

  • Manténgase alejado de las calles y carreteras para prevenir colisiones de tránsito durante condiciones de interrupción eléctrica. Además, conducir durante vientos fuertes puede ser difícil. Los vientos fuertes pueden presentar peligros adicionales, como árboles caídos y escombros en la carretera. Si puede permanecer seguro en el interior, quédese en casa.
  • Durante un corte de energía, trate los semáforos apagados como una parada de cuatro vías.
  • Mantenga los congeladores y refrigeradores cerrados. El refrigerador mantendrá la comida fría durante aproximadamente cuatro horas. Un congelador lleno mantendrá la temperatura durante aproximadamente 48 horas. Use hieleras con hielo si es necesario. Vigile las temperaturas con un termómetro. En caso de duda, tíralo.
  • Asegúrese de tener suficientes alimentos que no requieran refrigeración.
  • Consulta a sus vecinos. Los adultos mayores y los niños pequeños son especialmente vulnerables a las temperaturas extremas.
  • Apague o desconecte electrodomésticos, equipos, o aparatos electrónicos. La electricidad puede encender con “sobretensiones” o “picos” momentáneos que pueden causar daño.
  • Apague los sistemas de riego y reduzca el uso de agua. La conservación del agua alivia la demanda de generadores de respaldo y garantiza que tengamos suficiente agua para combatir incendios y otras necesidades esenciales.
  • Evita la intoxicación por monóxido de carbono. Tenga mucho cuidado al usar los generadores. Siempre lea el manual antes de operar un generador. Evite sobrecargar su generador siguiendo las instrucciones del fabricante para la capacidad de carga. Use su generador afuera con el escape dirigido lejos de las aberturas de su hogar. Los generadores, estufas de campamento, o parrillas de carbón siempre deben usarse al aire libre y al menos a 20 pies de distancia de las ventanas. Los generadores deben enfriarse antes de reabastecerse de combustible o podrían provocar un incendio. Nunca use una estufa u horno de gas para calentar su hogar.
  • Durante un corte de electricidad, los encendedores automáticos en aparatos de gas (por ejemplo, estufas de gas) no funcionarán. Tenga mucho cuidado al encender los quemadores con una cerilla.

REFUGIOS PARA RESIDENTES EVACUADOS DE SONOMA

Un refugio operado por la Cruz Roja del Estado y de los Estados Unidos está ubicado en el Marin Center Exhibit Hall para los evacuados del condado de Sonoma. Este refugio está lleno y no acepta donaciones monetarias ni voluntarios. Para ayudar a las víctimas de incendios forestales de Sonoma, visite CVNL.org para inscribirse en futuras oportunidades de voluntariado.

A QUIÉN LLAMAR PARA OBTENER INFORMATION

Sólo llame al 9-1-1 si está experimentando con una emergencia médica (por ejemplo, sangrando severamente, dolor en el pecho, etc.), o para reportar una línea eléctrica o árbol caído que podría crear un peligro al público. (Consulte a continuación las instrucciones sobre cómo comunicarse con el 9-1-1 si su teléfono celular no funciona).

Llame al 2-1-1 para llamadas que no sean de emergencia, incluso preguntas sobre aparatos médicos, centros de recursos comunitarios y centros de carga, y referencias a otros servicios sociales. 2-1-1 debe ser su número principal de contacto. Además, los residentes pueden enviar un mensaje de texto a MARINAPAGON al 898-211 (o MARINSHUTOFF al 898-211 para residentes de hablan inglés) para recibir información útil.

Todas las preguntas relacionadas con los eventos de PSPS y las interrupciones eléctricas prolongadas deben dirigirse a PG&E a través de su página de web y al 1-800-743-5000. Los residentes y las empresas pueden obtener información actualizada sobre PSPS de PG&E en línea en www.pge.com/pspsupdates y verificar las direcciones afectadas en www.pge.com/eventmaps.

HACIENDO LLAMADAS DE EMERGENCIA SI LAS TORRES DE CELULARES PIERDEN ENERGÍA 

Durante el corte de energía eléctrica, las torres de celulares pueden perder energía después de un tiempo prolongado.

En caso de una emergencia donde su teléfono celular no pueda marcar el 9-1-1:

  1. Las líneas de teléfonos fijos todavía podrán hacer estas llamadas (sin embargo los teléfonos VoIP del Internet no funcionarán).
  2. Las estaciones de bomberos y las subestaciones del sheriff tienen teléfonos con conecciones directas a los despachadores de emergencia.
  3. Localice su Estación de Seguridad Pública más cercana. Si no encuentra a nadie al llegar (puede que estén atendiendo una llamada de emergencia, etc.) por favor intente en la próxima estación más cercana a usted. Vea abajo para una lista de Estaciones de Seguridad Pública en Marin.

ESTACIONES DE SEGURIDAD PÚBLICA EN EL CONDADO DE MARIN

Belvedere Police – 450 San Rafael Avenue, Belvedere
Central Marin Police – 250 Doherty Drive, Larkspur
Fairfax Police – 144 Bolinas Road, Fairfax
Marin County Sheriff (Marin Office) – 1600 Los Gamos, San Rafael
Marin County Sheriff (Point Reyes) – 101 4th Street, Point Reyes Station
Marin County Sheriff (Southern Station) – 850 Drake Avenue, Sausalito
Mill Valley Police – 1 Hamilton Drive, Mill Valley
Novato Police – 909 Machin Avenue, Novato
Ross Police – 33 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Ross
San Rafael Police – 1400 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael
Sausalito Police – 29 Caledonia Street, Sausalito
Tiburon Police – 1155 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon
Central Marin Fire Station 13 – 5600 Paradise Drive, Corte Madera
Central Marin Fire Station 14 – 342 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera
Central Marin Fire Station 15 – 400 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur
Central Marin Fire Station 16 – 15 Barry Way, Kentfield
Kentfield Fire – 1004 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Greenbrae
Marinwood Fire – 777 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael
Marin County Fire (Point Reyes) – 101 4th Street, Point Reyes Station
Marin County Fire (Throckmorton) – 816 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley
Marin County Fire (Woodacre) – 33 Castle Rock Avenue, Woodacre
Marin County Fire (Tomales) – 26701 Shoreline Highway, Tomales
Mill Valley Fire Station 6 – 26 Corte Madera Avenue, Mill Valley 
Mill Valley Fire Station 7 – 1 Hamilton Drive, Mill Valley
Novato Fire Station 61 – 7025 Redwood Blvd, Novato
Novato Fire Station 62 – 450 Atherton Avenue, Novato
Novato Fire Station 63 – 65 San Ramon Way, Novato
Novato Fire Station 64 – 319 Enfrente Road, Novato
Novato Fire Station 65 – 5 Bolling Drive, Novato
Ross Valley Fire Station 18 – 33 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Ross
Ross Valley Fire Station 19 – 777 San Anselmo Avenue, San Anselmo
Ross Valley Fire Station 20 – 150 Butterfield Road, San Anselmo
Ross Valley Fire Station 21 – 10 Park Road, Fairfax
Southern Marin Fire Station 1 – 333 Johnson Street, Sausalito
Southern Marin Fire Station 4 – 304 Poplar Street, Mill Valley
Southern Marin Fire Station 9 – 308 Reed Blvd, Mill Valley
Tiburon Fire Station 10 – 4301 Paradise Drive, Tiburon
Tiburon Fire Station 11 – 1679 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon
San Rafael Fire Station 51 – 1051 C Street, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 52 – 210 3rd Street, San Rafael
an Rafael Fire Station 53 – 30 Joseph Court, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 54 – 46 Castro Avenue, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 55 – 955 Point San Pedro Road, San Rafael
San Rafael Fire Station 56 – 650 Del Ganado Road, San Rafael

CONSEJOS DE CALIDAD DEL AIRE

Comuníquese con su proveedor de atención médica si experimenta los siguientes síntomas que no mejoran después de mudarse adentro o en un ambiente seguro de calidad del aire:

  • Minimiza las actividades al aire libre
  • Quédese adentro con las ventanas y puertas cerradas tanto como sea posible
  • No encienda ventiladores que traigan aire exterior con humo al interior
  • Encienda su aire acondicionado solo si no trae humo del exterior
  • Considere abandonar el área hasta que las condiciones de humo mejoren si experimenta síntomas relacionados con la exposición al humo

CUÁNDO BUSCAR ATENCIÓN MÉDICA

Comuníquese con su proveedor de atención médica si experimenta los siguientes síntomas que no mejoran después de mudarse adentro o en un ambiente seguro de calidad del aire:

  • Falta de aliento o dificultad para respirar
  • Sibilancias
  • Opresión o dolor en el pecho
  • Palpitaciones
  • Náuseas o fatiga inusual
  • Mareo y / o sensación de desmayo

Como siempre, si usted o alguien que conoce está experimentando una emergencia, llame al 9-1-1.

Para obtener más información, visite: https://www.marinhhs.org/wildfire-air-quality

Si tiene una emergencia médica, visite su hospital local:
  • Hospital comunitario de Novato - 165 Rowland Way, Novato
  • Hospital Kaiser - 99 Monticello, San Rafael
  • Marin Health Medical Center (Marin General) - 250 Bon Air Road, Kentfield

La nueva línea directa que no es de emergencia para ayudar a los californianos médicamente vulnerables durante los cortes de energía es (833) 284-3473.

FARMACIAS

Corte Madera
Rite Aid Pharmacy - Cerrada
431 Corte Madera Town Center, Corte Madera
(415) 924-4557

Greenbrae
CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
Bon Air Shopping Center, Sir Francis Drake Blvd #330 (415) 461-9093

Larkspur
Lucky Pharmacy - Cerrada

570 Magnolia Ave
(415) 924-6738

Mill Valley
Walgreens - Cerrada
227 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley
(415) 380-8402

CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
759 E Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley
(415) 389-8891

Safeway Pharmacy (abierta)
800 Redwood Highway Frontage Rd #110, Mill Valley
(415) 360-9020
Operando a capacidad normal horas: 9am a 8pm L-V 9am a 5pm Sab y Dom
Acepta tarjetas de credito

Rite Aid Pharmacy - Cerrada
701 E. Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley
(415) 388-2546

Safeway Pharmacy - Cerrada
1 Camino Alto, Mill Valley
(415) 388-2701

Point Reyes
West Marin Pharmacy - Cerrada
11 4th St, Point Reyes Station
(415) 663-1121

Novato
Costco Pharmacy - ABIERTA
300 Vintage Way, Novato
Operando a capacidad normal; 10am - 7pm L-V  9:30am to 6pm Sabado, cerrada domingos
Acepta tarjeta de credito

Rite Aid Pharmacy - cerrada (podria reabrir esta tarde, verifique 10/28)
910 Diablo Ave, Novato
(415) 898-1905

Safeway Pharmacy - ABIERTA
5720 Nave Dr, Novato
(415) 881-9260
Capacidad limitada -  llame primero - no se sabe horas de operacion esta semana - depende de la capacidad del generador
Acepta tarjetas de credito

CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
200 Vintage Way, Novato (in Target)
(415) 895-3103

CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
2035 Novato Blvd, Novato
(415) 897-9917

CVS Pharmacy -Cerrada
1707 Grant Ave, Novato
(415) 897-4171

San Anselmo
CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
880 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
(415) 456-9900

Walgreens Pharmacy - Cerrada
820 Sir Francis Drake Blvd & Shaw, San Anselmo
(415) 482-0191

San Rafael
CVS Pharmacy - ABIERTA
125 Shoreline Pkwy, San Rafael (in Target)
415-299-6113
Operando a capacidad normal; 10am - 6 pm L-V, 12pm - 5pm Sab, cerrada domingos
Acepta tarjetas de credito

Rite Aid Pharmacy - Cerrada
361 3rd St, San Rafael
(415) 454-7744

Walgreens Pharmacy - Cerrada
830 3rd St, San Rafael
(415) 455-9919

CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
909 Grand Ave, San Rafael
(415) 258-1649

CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
442 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael
(415) 479-9171

Walgreens Pharmacy - Cerrada
155 Northgate One, San Rafael
(415) 479-2260

Safeway Pharmacy - Cerrada
950 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael
(415) 472-8221

Sausalito
CVS Pharmacy - ABIERTA
180 Donahue St, Sausalito (in Target)
(415) 289-0534
Servicios limitados -Solo puede proveer medicamento que ya fue solicitada con prescripción y con su ID, cuando estén funcionando. Aceptan Tarjetas de Crédito.

CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
150 Donahue St, Sausalito
(415) 339-0169

Tiburon
CVS Pharmacy - Cerrada
1599 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon
(415) 435-3843

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