Evacuated? Need Accommodations? Go to a Red Cross Evacuation Center. They can help.

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Carmel Middle School. 4380 Carmel Valley Road. 24 hours. Weather Tech Raceway Laguna Seca on Highway 68. (8 am to 8 pm).

List yourself as "safe and well" at the Red Cross' website: redcross.org/safeandwell

Need accommodations due to fires? Contact the Red Cross at 866-272-2237 or call 211

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List yourself as "safe and well" at the Red Cross' website: redcross.org/safeandwell

Evacuation Centers and Resources - People & Animals August 21st

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Evacuation shelters. 1. Carmel Middle School, 4380 Carmel Valley Road. 24 hours. Can provide meals and sleeping accommodations for up to 20 people. Will be expanded as needed. 2. Weather Tech Raceway Laguna Seca on Highway 68. Open 8 am to 8 pm. Offers evacuees water, snacks and a…

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Evacuation Centers and Resources - People & Animals August 20th

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Evacuation shelter. Open at Carmel Middle School, 4380 Carmel Valley Road. 24 hours. Will provide meals and sleeping accommodations for up to 20 people. Can be expanded if needed. Evacuation center. Weather Tech Raceway Laguna Seca on Highway 68. 12 hours (8 am to 8 pm). Offers evacuees water,…

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Resources for Monterey County August 19, 2020

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Just posted on site. Go to Documents. Left hand side under Emergency Information

Want to HELP?

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Firefighters appreciate donations from the public BUT Cal Fire incident management takes care of ALL their needs.* If you feel that you need to help folks who have had to evacuate, you can sign up to donate or volunteer at MontereyCo.Recovers.org.

River Fire Update from MCOES/CAL Fire: Monday 6 a.m.

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Fire (caused by Lightening) early Sunday morning continue to move south toward River Road. Firefighters defending structures in northern end of fire near San Benancio/Corral de Cielo, as well as River Road/Pine Canyon area. Evacuations: Mandatory Evacuation Pine Canyon Rd, Parker Rd, Laurel Ln, & Trimble Hill Ln Advisory:…

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River Fire

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CERV of the Monterey Peninsula is activated to support anyone impacted by the fire. Please help our communities in Salinas area and our first responders to HELP. We realize that additional lightning may occur tonight. Stay safe. Stay together. Thank you Cal Fire, other responders and MCOES. Together!!! If you…

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Power ShutOFF. Monterey County

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The following Monterey Resource Centers may be open to support people impacted by the power Shutoff. This information is likely to change. Be SAFE and look out for your friends and neighbors, particularly those with disabilities, access and functional needs and other vulnerabilities.

San Juan Community Hall in San Juan…

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Happy New Year

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Here's to 2018. Be safe and remember. You Can't Predict, but you CAN prepare.

Update on trail being built in Big Sur

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Looks like lots of progress is being made. Have a look at this video.
Trail blazing

Amazing what volunteers and a community can do when needed. Thanks to all and especially Carissa who keeps us updated.

Tsunami Preparedness Week! March 27 - 31, 2017

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In California, the last week of March is observed as "Tsunami Preparedness Week." Local Emergency Managers have been busy planning and coordinating their tsunami education efforts. Below are a few of the locations where Pebble Beach CSD, Cypress FPD and Carmel Highlands FPD will host tsunami information booths.

Pacific Grove…

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Residents, businesses urged to report storm damage as soon as possible

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Did you suffer serious storm damage from recent weather events? Report your damage right away to help the county and residents qualify for federal aid.

Please use the county’s new Virtual Local Assistance Center to access surveys and forms needed for damage reporting. The center also has recovery information, government…

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From the NY Times....Information about Big Sur Area in California Today Section

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The NY Times article says.... - "Crews inspected the damaged Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge on Highway 1 in Big Sur last week. Officials said it would have to be replaced. - Many businesses in the coastal community of Big Sur have been effectively cut off from the rest of civilization. -…

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