Loc: Petaluma, CA
Residents in the North Bay, especially Napa and Vallejo, should expect ongoing repairs to damaged buildings, and water and gas mains Monday. Some schools will be closed because of Sunday's 6.0-magnitude earthquake. Damage to the Bay Area's transportation network was limited to a few cracked and buckled roadways.
-- Earthquake damage: Ninety to 100 buildings in Napa were red-tagged as uninhabitable. People with damaged homes or business can call (707) 253-4417 to request a city inspection. In Vallejo, 41 structures were reported damaged.
-- School closures: All Napa Valley Unified School District campuses will be closed Monday. Justin-Siena High School will also be closed. Napa Valley College was not damaged and will be open for classes Monday.
-- Shelters: A Red Cross evacuation center was open at the Crosswalk Community Church at 2590 First St. in Napa. Pets can be sheltered at the Napa County Animal Shelter at 942 Hartle Court. A Red Cross evacuation center was opened at the Florence Douglas Senior Center, 333 Amador St. in Vallejo.
-- Gas leaks: Crews from PG&E responded to hundreds of reports of natural gas leaks around Napa County. At least 20 customers were without gas after the earthquake. Anyone who smells gas is urged to call (800) 743-5002.
-- Water leaks: There were close to 60 water main leaks around Napa, leaving some areas without water. The city's water-treatment plants were running with no damage. Water remains safe to drink.
-- Road closures: The public was urged to stay away from First, Second and Third streets from Jefferson Street to Soscol Avenue in Napa. Main Street was closed from Third Street to Pearl Street because of damaged structures. Old Sonoma Road was closed from Buhman Avenue to Congress Valley Road southwest of Napa.
-- Debris: Boxes will be placed at all public schools for debris.
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