Napa County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Napa County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 1535 Airport Blvd, Napa, 94558 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: (707) 253-4509
Fax: (707) 253-4193

Napa County Sheriff's Department is located at 1535 Airport Blvd, Napa, 94558 CA. The Napa County Sheriff's Department phone number is (707) 253-4509.

Napa County Sheriff's Department News

You saw it here first! Sneak peek of the cover of the Napa County Yellow Pages for 2019-2020. Big time thanks to the Yellow Pages for putting the Napa County Sheriff's Office on the cover, as they honor law enforcement throughout the state!

Napa County Sheriff's Records Dept. has Halloween Spirit. Dorothy will introduce you to everyone.

SWIFT TIPS. Terriffic Halloween Safety tips from Napa County Sheriff's Lieutenant Eric Swift. Here are a few Ghoulish ideas to consider which can keep you and your children safe during your Trick and Treating. •Have a responsible adult should accompany young children on the neighborhood rounds •For older children going alone, plan and approve a route acceptable to you •Agree on a specific time children should return home •Remind your children to never enter a stranger's home or car •Make sure children travel in well-lit areas and stick with their friends •Make sure your children do not to eat any treats until they return home •Ensure costumes, wigs and accessories are fire-resistant •Try not to use masks, which can obstruct vision •For children out after dark, fasten reflective tape to their costumes and bags, or give them glow sticks •If you use Halloween makeup, make sure it is nontoxic and always test it in a small area first •Always remove all makeup before children go to bed to prevent skin and eye irritation Please put electronic devices down, keep heads up, and be aware of your surroundings. For those driving: •Be aware of children walking on roadways, medians and curbs •Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully •At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing

Happy Halloween here are some great tips from the Napa County Sheriff's Office

Spreading our wings! Great news, Napa County Sheriff's Office is on Twitter! You can follow us @NapaSheriff

Evacuation Tags are coming your way! Beginning October 24th, you can pick up FREE Evacuation Tags at the following locations - Napa County Sheriff's Office, Yountville Police Department, American Canyon Police Department, Calistoga Police Department, Silverado Country Club HOA, Yountville Town Hall, Soda Canyon Store, Vineburg Deli and Lake Berryessa Dufer Point Visitor Center (5520 Knoxville Road). Also, the Napa County Sheriff's Office can mail an Evacuation Tag to your home! All you have to do is send your name and mailing address to sheriff@countyofnapa.org

Awesome time at The Runway this morning for our Coffee with a Cop event! We met several great Napa County residents this morning. The food at the The Runway was delicious!!!

Today is “Coffee with a Cop”, and we’re not going to the event empty handed. Be sure to get a free Evacuation Tag today. Coffee with a Cop is from 8am-10am, at the The Runway Restaurant, 2044 Airport Road in Napa. See you there!

It's almost here! We're looking forward to talking with you at the next "Coffee with a Cop" event. It's this Thursday, 8am-10am, at the Runway Restaurant (2044 Airport Rd in Napa). The coffee and donuts are on us! Come by and say hello.

NAPA COUNTY OES: PG&E advises power shut down for public safety. Click link for details. nixle.us/AGVSS

Oh baby, now that's FOOTBALL! Take a look at what got stopped at the 9 yard line on Napa High's Football Field!

Deputy Sardoch and Detective Maiden in the right place at the right time during Fleet Week. Check out this video!

Over 300 responses so far! Did you get the Napa County Alert on your mobile device? Let Napa County know either way, help this test phase. Go to the Napa County website and take the survey. www.countyofnapa.org/ipaws

Undersheriff Jon Crawford is live with Barry Martin on KVON discussing the Hi-Lo Sirens, Evacuation Tags and communication during disasters.

Read All About It! The Napa Valley Register reporter Barry Eberling has in-depth reporting on our new concepts including the Hi-Lo Siren and Evacuation Tags. Huge shoutout to the Bay Area Media. The reporters, photographers and writers were absolutley awesome today (KTVU 2, KGO 7, NBC Bay Area, KRON 4, KPIX 5, Univision 14, Telemundo 48, KCBS, KQED, The Napa Valley Register and Vallejo Times Herald. Thank you so much, we appreciate your coverage!

Something new for Napa County residents. We are handing out evacuation tags. During the 2017 fires, first responders spent days evacuating neighborhoods. We're providing residents with evacuation tags to place on their mailbox, fence, gate or door before evacuating. These evacuation tags save first responders considerable time and allow first responders to clear neighborhoods faster. Please help us spread the word!

Hey, what's that sound? Well, it's a sound everyone should know, so PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO. The new Hi-Lo Siren is a European Siren that will be used throughout Napa, Sonoma, Solano and Lake Counties. This "unfamiliar sound" will have a major role in alerting the public of emergencies. The plan was developed by Napa County Sheriff John Robertson and we are thrilled our neighboring counties have joined us in implementing this siren which enhances communication during disasters. The Bay Area Media (KTVU, KGO, KPIX, KRON4, NBC Bay Area, Univision, Telemundo, KCBS, KQED, The Napa Valley Register and Vallejo Times Herald were at our office to cover this story today. We want to thank the media for helping us get the word out to the public.

The Napa County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Bay Area Media for joining us on the anniversary of the October wildfires. We had an awesome time sharing our new concepts with the media. Be sure to watch, listen and read the latest news on our Hi-Lo Siren, Evacuation Tags and updated plans to enhance communication during disasters.

NIXLE: Testing today on Redwood Road of new Hi-Lo vehicle sirens that will be used during emergencies between 11:15 AM and 1:00PM. Hoy en Redwood Rd. entre 11:15AM-1:00PM, se pondrán a prueba las nuevas sirenas policiales “Hi-Lo” que se usarán durante emergencias.

American Canyon Road is now open. Fire has been extinguished.

American Canyon Road is closed between I-80 and Via Firenze due to a contained fire.

Redwood Road expected to remain closed for another 2 hours.