As Napa Valley recovers from The Atlas Fire we want to assure everyone that RiverPointe Napa Valley associates persevered through the challenges of last week, and that, as of Thursday, October 19, 2017, the resort will begin welcoming guests for check-in.
Due to the voluntary evacuation at RiverPointe Napa Valley in the earlier stages of The Atlas Fire the resort was able to be utilized by CalFire employees for rest and rejuvenation as they battled the blaze. We’re thankful we were able to offer this to our heroes of Napa Valley.
RiverPointe Napa Valley will be relocating our cottages soon in anticipation of flood season so although we are not able to offer discounts at this time we suggest visiting www.visitnapavalley.com for lodging discounts for evacuees.
Thank you to the firefighters, first responders and support from the local community. You are heroes and we appreciate you!
The spirit to work together to rebuild, rebound and reopen. This is the #NapaValleySpirit. And it will take more than a fire to stop it. . We are pleased to share that most Napa County businesses are fully reopening this week and encourage visitors to finalize their itineraries directly with their hotel, winery or activity. Many special events are planned. The Napa Valley spirit continues to be on full display with neighbors helping neighbors. We remain thankful to the first responders, and our thoughts are with our residents and partners. . Photo credit: @emmakmorris
Please check our list of businesses supporting fire relief efforts, along with community resources and ways you can help those affected by the wildfire:
Businesses Supporting Fire Relief Efforts:
There are many businesses within Napa and Sonoma County offering support to community members and emergency personal affected by The Atlas Fire. Check out the local business below that are offering special services or discounts:
Located within walking distance from RiverPointe Napa Valley, Ekam Yoga and Wellness is offering complimentary yoga classes to first responders, evacuees, and families who have lost their homes, including complimentary membership in monthly increments. They are also accepting donations to help fund this program. Check their website for ways to donate and their class schedule.
Through the month of October all tasting fees will be donated to fire relief efforts, along with 20% of online sales being donated to disaster relief funds.
A percentage of online wine sales during the month of October, up to $100,000, will be donated to the disaster relief fund.
Through the month of October, 10% of sales will be donated to the Napa Community Foundation.
All tasting fees through the month of October will be donated to The North Bay Fire Relief Fund.
Napa Valley Operations:
As Napa Valley bounces back from The Atlas Fire please be aware that some business may be marked “closed” due to power outages, evacuation orders, or are still being utilized to assist first responders and evacuees, and that it’s not necessarily due to fire damage.
For a list of wineries, tasting rooms, restaurants and activities that are currently open (or will be soon!) check out Visit Napa Valley’s website.
Show Your Support. Any Little Bit Helps.
Philanthropy plays a unique role in disaster response and the communities of Sonoma and Napa County would love your support! Please check out the many ways you can help support those affected by the recent fires: