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Senator Dodd responds to wildfires

August 28, 2020

Senator Bill Dodd, D-Napa, issued the following statement on the destructive wildfires burning in five Northern California counties, including large parts of Senate District 3, known collectively as the LNU Lightning Complex fires:

“My thoughts are with first-responders as they risk life and limb to keep our communities safe,” Sen. Dodd said. “We need maximum resources to attack what has become a significant threat, leading to the evacuation of thousands of families. It is absolutely essential that people be prepared to evacuate and get out when told to do so.”

To get the latest updates on the fires and to find resources and/or evacuation locations, please check the following links: 

Cal Fire public information line: 707-967-4207

Cal Fire on Twitter: @Cal_Fire and @CalFireLNU

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To learn more about wildfire preparedness visit:

Senator Bill Dodd represents California’s 3rd Senate District, which includes all or portions of Solano, Napa, Sonoma, Yolo, Sacramento and Contra Costa Counties. You can learn more about Senator Dodd at