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The recent wave of storms appeared to be subsiding, with one more rain event expected Wednesday January 18, 2023. After periods of heavy rain; the ground is saturated with increased risk of flooding, mud slides, downed trees and power outages due to strong winds.
We wanted to provide you with information to keep you prepared and safe:
Please view the latest NWS forecast for the most up to the date information.
Please visit the Flooding and Storm Resources page on the Town website.
Sand and bags are available for San Anselmo residents at the tennis court parking lot at Memorial Park (Sunny Hills Drive across from the Red Hill Shopping Center). Please bring you own shovel.
The Town has a flood horn located in the Town Hall tower. The horn is audible from areas subject to flooding. The horn is sounded when flooding is imminent. Town staff will sound the horn with 5 blasts, a pause, 5 blasts, a pause and 5 blasts. If you hear the flood horn, do not go to flood prone areas. Seek higher ground.
If you experience a power outage, you can check the PG&E Outage Map: https://pgealerts.alerts.pge.com/outagecenter/ to report an outage and to find information on when power might be restored. Or call: Call: 1-877-660-6789 .
The Town staff is making preparations and we are in contact with downtown businesses and property owners about preparing for the latest storms.
Remember that Emergency.MarinCounty.org is the go-to resident resource for emergency information throughout these storm events.