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Another storm front is headed to the Bay Area in what the National Weather Service is calling an "atmospheric river" event with substantial rainfall beginning Monday evening through Tuesday. This storm is also expected to bring high wind gusts and may be capable of producing 2-4" of precipitation in our area.
National Weather Service has issued the following advisories:
What could this mean for Marin businesses and residents?
Flood Gates:It It is advised that all businesses in low-lying areas, particularly on San Anselmo Avenue, locate, inspect and have ready any flood gate system available for your facility. Business owners and employees are similarly advised to monitor the weather forecast and have all materials and supplies to help protect from water intrusion ready to go.
Sand Bags:Sand and bags are available for residents and businesses throughout the winter at the Memorial Park tennis court parking lot on Sunny Hills Drive. Bring your own shovel to fill the bags. Click HERE for more information.
Flood Debris Reduction:Remove planters or other decorations or furnishing from the front of your businesses. These can become problematic in the case of a flood.
Town Flood HornThe 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.
More Information:Please visit this page on the Town WEBSITE for additional information related to flooding and flood protection.