See if your home survived the fire: Interactive map of Santa Rosa

SANTA ROSA (KRON) — Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated in the North Bay firestorm.

Many of those people are unable to return home to see if their neighborhood is still standing.

The City of Santa Rosa shared a new map Friday morning that allows residents to assess the damage in their neighborhoods.

The map uses a satellite to show ground-level images.

Note: The reddish-pink coloring on the map indicates vegetation, not fire. You may have to zoom in to see, but the gray areas indicate the homes that have been burned.

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You can also watch KRON4’s Darya Folsom and James Fletcher tour the map throughout the morning.

2,834 homes in Santa Rosa are destroyed.

With so many people using the interactive map, it is becoming difficult to access.

Here is a street by street break down of areas that were completely destroyed (will be updated):

-Cross Creek Road 

-St. Andrews Drive 

-Deauville Place

-Cannes Place

-Thomas Lake Harris Drive

-Lyon Court

-Fairway Knoll Court

-Longleaf Court – All but one house

-Southridge Drive

-West Bristlecone Court

-Cross Creek Road 

-St. Andrews Drive 

-Deauville Place

-Cannes Place

-Thomas Lake Harris Drive – 40 houses still standing

-Lyon Court

-Fairway Knoll Court

-Longleaf Court – All but one house

-Southridge Drive

-West Bristlecone Court

-Preston Trail Circle

-Fir Ridge Drive

-Wyndemere Circle

-Foxtail Court

-Eagle Court

-Parker Hill Road

-Wedgewood Way

-Stanhope Court

-Bluesage Court

-Lakebriar Place

-Chateau Court

-Vintage Circle

-Stagecoach Road

-Skyfarm Drive – All but two houses

-Flamingo Road

-Angelus Street

-Biltmore Street

-Columbia Street – All but two houses

-Paramount Street – 10 houses still standing

-All houses on Sahara Street are still standing

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