Update: August 23, 2020, 3:19 PM
The ____________(we’ll fill this in if an order happens) areas of Milpitas have been ordered to evacuate due to wildfires.
If you are forced to evacuate, you may be able to access emergency housing through AirBNB hosts offering free temporary housing. Click here to find out how or to start finding a location.
The following hotels are offering discounted rates to anyone evacuated from the City of Milpitas:
|Baymont by Wyndham||66 S Main St||408 262-7666|
|Best Western Plus Brookside Inn||400 Valley Way||408 263-5566|
|Courtyard by Marriott||1480 Falcon Dr||408 719-1966|
|Crowne Plaza||777 Bellew Dr||408 321-9500|
|Extended Stay America||1000 Hillview Ct||408 941-9977|
|Extended Stay America||330 Cypress Dr||408 433-9700|
|Hampton Inn||215 Barber Ct||408 428-9090|
|Hilton Garden Inn||30 Ranch Dr||408 719-1313|
|Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites||1100 Cadillac Ct||408 240-8000|
|Larkspur Landing||40 Ranch Dr||408 719-1212|
|Sheraton||1801 Barber Ln||408 943-0600|
|Staybridge Suites Silicon Valley||321 Cypress Dr||408 383-9500|
|Towneplace Suites by Marriott||1428 Falcon Dr||408 719-1959|
The Red Cross is operating an Evacuation Resource Center at the Milpitas Library (160 N. Main Street, Milpitas CA 95035). The Evacuation Resource Center is not equipped for overnight accommodations, but can provide information and resources for shelter. Santa Clara County evacuees may call the American Red Cross at (866) 272-2237 for immediate shelter or assistance.
For tips on returning home and recovering after a wildfire, visit Ready.gov. (link that to:
We thank our hotel and motel partners who are offering discounted rates to those who need it most right now.