Glass Fire Recovery Resources

Glass Fire Recovery Resources

While the City of Calistoga, much of the upvalley area, and its residents and businesses are still under advisory evacuation due to the Glass Fire, many have already had devastating losses. Firefighteres and countless other disaster responders continue to work tirelessly and we send them our most sincere gratitude. As a community, we will work to support our friends and neighbors through this situation. 

In our first step to begin the process of recovery, we are reaching out to our business community in an effort to assess impact and needs, and to develop a strategy to move forward. The Chamber will work with FEMA, the Small Business Administration, and California Office of Emergency Services to identify resources for working through the business impact. We will also work with Visit Napa Valley, the City of Calistoga and the County of Napa to prepare for the return of visitors to the Napa Valley and Calistoga.

Please continue to support one another and stay strong.

Helpful Tips
  • Contact your insurance carrier as soon as possible. Depending on your policy, you may have access to “loss of use” or “wages lost” coverage to offset the expense of having been closed for business due to a declared state of emergency. If you do have this coverage, it may be time sensitive so act now.

  • When filing your insurance claim, reference the conditions in Calistoga, including road closures, air quality and mandatory evacuations, all of which will have impacted business.
N95 Masks

The Calistoga Chamber has a limited amount of N95 masks. Please write an email to info@calistogachamber.com if you are in need.

Business Impact Timeline
The Glass Fire has impacted business in Calistoga during and after the evacuation period. We encourage you to contact your insurance carrier as soon as possible. Depending on your policy, you may have access to “loss of use” or “wages lost” coverage to offset the expense of having been closed for business due to a declared state of emergency. If you do have this coverage, it may be time sensitive so act now.

When filing your insurance claim, you will need to reference the conditions in Calistoga, including road closures, air quality and mandatory evacuations, all of which will have impacted business. Please check back soon as we are creating a timeline of emergency conditions in Calistoga for your use.
Disaster Assistance for Families and Employees

Please visit the UpValley Family Center’s website for more information.

How to Help

In an effort to help our Calistoga community and displaced victims of the Glass Fire, we have listed organizations below who are providing the much-needed resources to families and businesses in need. The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce is grateful for your support. #calistogastrong

Up Valley Family Centers

Napa Valley Community Foundation

Boys and Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga

Wine Country Animal Lovers

Additional Ways to Support:

Donate to the CalFire Foundation, which provides critical support to surviving families of fallen firefighters, firefighters and the communities they serve.

Text WILDFIRES to donate $10 to the American Red Cross

And if you are able, support vineyards through online purchases or by joining a wine club.