Santa Rosa Fire Damage: List of Destroyed Businesses & Buildings in Napa & Sonoma County


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The Santa Rosa and other Northern California fires in Napa and Sonoma County are spreading fast and leaving destruction in their wake. So far, 10 people have died and at least 1,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed from a total of 15 fires in eight counties. More than 20,000 people have been evacuated. Fifteen fires burned more than 73,000 acres since Sunday night.

Here’s a list of confirmed businesses, landmarks, and other buildings that have been destroyed or damaged in the fire, in addition to homes in the areas:

  • Applebee’s & Arbys & McDonald’s – At Airway & Hopper in Santa Rosa, according to photos shared on Twitter.
  • Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa: Extensively damaged by fire, about half of the high school was destroyed.
  • Chateau St. Jean in Kenwood: The main building was damaged extensively.
  • Fire Station 5, Santa Rosa’s new fire station: Destroyed, according to Twitter reports.
  • Fountaingrove Inn & The Steakhouse @ Equus in Santa Rosa: According to the general manager, the 124-room luxury hotel “fell victim to the devastating fire in Sonoma County.”
  • Fountaingrove Round Barn in Santa Rosa: Severe damage, seen in video footage. It was built in 1899.
  • Hidden Valley Satellite – Destroyed in Tubbs fire.
  • Hilton Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa: The 250-room hotel was destroyed. The Hilton said its other properties in the area are open and operational.
  • Journey’s End Mobile Home Park off Mendocino in Santa Rosa: Destroyed
  • Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa: Classrooms and the center’s east end are destroyed, but the main building has minimal damage.
  • Mobile home park off 101 Freeway: Many homes were lost in a currently-unnamed mobile home park off the 101 Freeway.
  • Redwood Adventist Academy on Mark West Springs Road: Destroyed
  • Roseland Collegiate Prep: Significant damage from fire.
  • Signorello Estates & Winery in Napa: The main structure of the winery was destroyed.
  • Silverado Resort in Napa: Many homes were destroyed.
  • Sweetgum Street in Santa Rosa: Destroyed in the fire.
  • William Hill Estate Winery in Napa: Severely damaged. You can see a photo of the winery’s sign below.

GettyA partially burned sign is seen amidst smoldering remains at William Hill Estate Winery in Napa, California on October 9, 2017.

Many communities in Napa County were also destroyed. Mercury News reported that these included multiple homes on Westgate Drive, Silverado Trail, Soda Canyon Road, Hardman Avenue, and more.

If you know of other landmarks and buildings that were destroyed, let us know in the comments below.

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