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Cal OES 3h
Getting ahead of Mother Nature: CA Conservation Corps working hard to protect waterways! Rain after a fire creates new hazards. teamed up with and to install protective perimeters around areas in the Fire burn scar.
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NWS Sacramento 8h
With critical fire weather conditions continuing, it is vital to practice wildfire safety. Avoid open flames and activities that creak sparks, and be prepared to evacuate if a fire starts near you! Visit for more prep tips.
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DTSC 11h
Here’s our progress in the cleanup of household hazardous waste resulting from wildfire in Butte County.
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Listos California 9h
Large or small, it's important to include your animals when making a disaster-ready plan! 🐄🐕‍🦺 Tip: think about where you would evacuate the animals and map out all evacuation routes in case of an emergency. Find tips for rural communities & more:
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CA - DWR 10h
Join us today @ 1pm for DWR Water Wednesdays -- Preparing for the Flood! Watch on YouTube: OR Register through Zoom to ask questions about how you take part in the ninth annual California Flood Preparedness Week:
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PG&E 11h
Advanced notification can help with preparedness in the event it is necessary to turn off power for safety. Update your contact info today by visiting or calling 1-866-743-6589
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CA - DWR 14h
It’s Flood Preparedness Week! If you encounter water on the road no matter how shallow it seems, do not drive into it. More than half of all flood-related drownings occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous flood water. More here:
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Cal OES 11h
NEWS: Cal OES Prepositions Firefighting Resources and Personnel in 10 California Counties in Advance of Red Flag Conditions
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CAL FIRE 13h
Research has shown that over 60% of homes destroyed during a wildfire are due to wind-blown embers. Flying embers from a fire can destroy homes up to a mile away. Take necessary measures to harden/prepare your home to increase its chance of surviving a wildfire.
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CAL FIRE LNU 13h
Now is a great time to assemble or update your emergency supply kit with added items like masks and hand sanitizer. This is useful to have ready for any emergency, including wildfires. Learn more:
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CHP Headquarters 12h
Newsom Announces CHP Commissioner Warren Stanley’s Retirement, Names Amanda Ray New Commissioner
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PG&E 22h
PSPS WATCH - Preparing a supply kit is a vital part of any emergency plan. Hear from a safety specialist and learn what you should pack -->
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NWS Sacramento 17h
Red Flag Warning thru Friday for much of interior . Gusty north to east winds will increase over the Sacramento Valley this afternoon, and across the foothills and northern Sierra Nevada tonight. Practicing fire safety remains crucial in preventing new wildfires!
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Cal OES 14h
NEWS: Recovery Assistance Now Available for Seven More California Counties. Register Today
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California Manufacturers & Technology Assn. Oct 19
Protective gear for CA’s frontline workers is critical. This is why CMTA, , , & donated 27k protective face shields this month to for distribution to keep our workers safe.
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Liliana Ferrer Oct 20
“La mascarilla es la forma más efectiva de protegerte a ti y a tus seres queridos...es un acto de bondad y de amor utilizarla correctamente...lavar las manos frecuentemente bien y guardar sana distancia.” Dr. G. Chávez, CDPH.
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Listos California Oct 20
Wear a mask correctly & consistently for the best protection! Choose a mask that covers your nose and mouth, goes under your chin, and fits snugly against the sides of your face. 😷 Together we can !
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Cal OES Oct 20
More good news today🙂 Wishing Captain Cal the best as he continues to recover.
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DTSC Oct 20
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PG&E Oct 20
PSPS WATCH - Due to current weather forecasts, some parts of our service area are under a WATCH for a Public Safety Power Shutoff. To look up your address to see if you're impacted, visit:
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