Santa Cruz County El Nino Resources

I was just reading a post on Next Door from the County Communications Manager Jasin Hoppin – and thought it worth sharing in case you aren’t subscribed to Next Door.

Communications Manager Jason Hoppin from County of Santa Cruz

Hi everyone,

It’s Jason…

It’s been raining a lot, obviously. Winter weather has clearly arrived – something a lot of us have forgotten about — and with it comes a lot of questions about what resources the County has available for people. We’ve collected all of them on our El Niño From there you can get access to everything from how-tos on creating a family preparedness plan to sandbag locations to current road closures (unincorporated areas only) to stream levels and more. Use it, bookmark it, and let me know if there’s something you need but can’t find. And please pay attention to high surf and flood warnings. We’ve lost four people off the coast between Marin County and Santa Cruz County in the last few days. Mother Nature wins every time.

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