With heavy rains already falling and more expected throughout the day, Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services reminds residents to stay indoors, off the roads and prepare for possible power outages throughout the day.
For those that are unsheltered and in need of storm respite, the Department of Human Assistance (DHA) opened two DHA service center lobbies for use as warming centers beginning Sunday at 8 a.m. through midday Monday, at the following DHA locations. These location are accepting limited number of possessions, as well as pets that are on a leash or in carriers. Snacks and water will be available for guests.
- 1725 28th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
- 2450 Florin Road , Sacramento CA 95822
The City of Sacramento has also opened up two storm respite locations at
An evacuation center has been set up at Creekside Adult Center at 2641 Kent Dr, Sacramento, CA 95821 for residents that may experience flooding from local creeks and storm drainage areas.
Sandbag locations have been set up at:
Branch Center (3847 Branch Center Rd. Sacramento CA 95827)
Westside Park (6555 West 2nd St. Rio Linda CA 95673)
Orangevale Community Center (6826 Hazel Ave. Orangevale CA 95662)
48 Natoma Street (next to City Hall, behind the Arts & Senior Center)
9700 Oak Avenue Parkway (behind Fire Station 36).
Residents that want to report down trees, power lines or flooding can call 3-1-1 to report locations. For those in need of storm respite location information, please call 2-1-1.
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