The city of Napa prepared an interactive map showing the scope of the damage from Sunday's 6.1 magnitude earthquake.
- As of Wednesday evening, building inspectors and engineers had identified 632 buildings with quake-related damage. The loss estimate of $300 million is expected to rise.
- There have been 83 water line breaks. Less than 500 customers remain without water service. Repairs will continue round-the-clock with the goal of completing all water line repairs by the end of the day Friday.
- All electric and gas service has been restored to customers.
- Streets still closed in downtown for repairs to damaged buildings are Second Street from Coombs to Main Street, Brown Street from Second to Third, and one lane of First Street from Main to School.
- There are several debris drop-off locations set up around the city, as shown on the map.
- The Red Cross evacuation center remains in operation at the Crosswalk Community Church on First Street .
- A total of 209 people have been treated for injuries suffered in connection to the temblor. There were no fatalities.