Where can I get my medication?

During this emergency, pharmacies are authorized to refill prescriptions. For new health needs, we encourage people to contact their primary care provider. Here is a list of pharmacies that are currently open in Santa Rosa:

  2771 Fourth Street  (707) 528-3311

 2700 Yulupa Avenue  (707) 545-7500

 915 Village Court  (707) 542-1879

The Medicine Shoppe 95 Montgomery Drive  (707) 525-1130

 2785 Yulupa Avenue (707) 524-4648

Rite Aid 1551 Farmers Lane, Santa Rosa (707) 544-4050

Rite Aid  955 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa (707) 526-3015

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1. What fires are affecting the City of Santa Rosa?
2. Is it safe to return to my home?
3. What is the difference between an advisory evacuation and a mandatory evacuation?
4. How can I find out if my house burned down?
5. How can I find out about the welfare of a family member?
6. Where can I find information about road closures?
7. When should I call 9-1-1?
8. Is my water safe to drink?
9. How can I report fire location information/condition?
10. How can I get assistance evacuating if I am immobile and/or don't have a car?
11. What about my animals?
12. How do I get my mail if I have been evacuated?
13. How can I receive my mail if my house burned down?
14. What help is available for financial assistance?
15. What information is available by calling 211?
16. Where can I get my medication?
17. Are there updates about Sonoma County inmates / is the jail being evacuated?
18. Where do I find out information about power/gas outages in my area?
19. Where can I get assistance with passports and Consular IDs if I am a Mexican national?
20. Where can I find information about air quality?
21. Is transit running?
22. Are the schools closed?
23. Is the Santa Rosa Junior College closed?
24. Am I safe to go to an evacuation center if I am not documented?
25. How do I shut off my water and sewer service if my home was destroyed?