Update on situation in Big Sur
posted 2 months ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
The communities in the Big Sur area continue to be impacted but are showing amazing resilience.
Highway 1 south has been open to locals for 3 weeks now and propane was delivered to all who needed it. Garbage service has resumed to every other week with a roll off located at a Vista Point for everyone's use. As a local you can travel in and out at Paul's Slide & Mud Creek every day at designated hours and Friday's are the official resupply day for locals. The hiking trail has been officially open to locals for 2 weeks which is another option for all of us south of the Bridge to do business, get our mail, etc.
Nepenthe, Post Ranch & the Hawthorne Gallery will open on April 20th....and the Highway south will OPEN around Memorial Day weekend we have been told. This will definitely put everyone back to work...thank goodness.
Every day progress is made. Every day folks continue to struggle.... The broader Monterey County community continues to care and follow, and be in awe of your resilience.
Thanks to Patte, CPOA for the update
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