Repairs to two separate water main breaks in Napa are expected to be completed by Nov. 21 and may be repercussions of an earthquake that happened almost three months ago.
President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in California because of the Napa Valley earthquake, releasing emergency federal funding for the state.
Two contractors have already been busted for trying to pull scams on residents who are looking to rebuild.
When the South Napa Quake shook this town two weeks ago, inspectors red-tagged a building downtown and shut down an entire block. That sudden loss of foot traffic has merchants wondering if the end is near.
As far as reports go, no one died during the Napa earthquake, but the Allendorf family says they lost someone dear to them: Donald the horse.
Inspectors from the Federal Emergency Management Agency looked at the damage from Sunday’s quake in Napa. Aid could start flowing, but it may take a while.
Seismic activity continues more than four days after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake rocked the southern end of Napa County on Sunday. Between Wednesday morning and day break Tuesday eight more aftershocks hit the region, which runs along the border with Solano County.
Visitors to Napa have their choice of wine-related attractions, from the wine train to the pastoral beauty of the vineyards. But now they have one more: the damage from Sunday’s quake.
At least 500 families are still without water after Sunday’s earthquake struck the Napa Valley. Officials said they are finding new leaks and the number could go higher.
Napa officials said this morning the initial estimate of damage from Sunday’s 6.0-magnitude earthquake to privately owned homes and commercial properties in the city is $300 million.