CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (BCN) — Contra Costa County up to date its record of storm-related highway closures Tuesday morning.
Marsh Creek Highway is closed between Deer Valley Highway and Morgan Territory Highway as a result of ongoing rockfall and mudslides. Solely residents are allowed within the space and different folks should take alternate routes to keep away from the world.
Morgan Territory Highway is closed between 5477-5649 Morgan Territory Highway as a result of mudslides. Solely residents are allowed within the space.
Deer Valley Highway is closed to all visitors in each instructions between Briones Valley Highway and Marsh Creek Highway. Highland Highway is closed between Collier Canyon and Carneal roads as a result of rocks and mudslides. Solely native visitors is allowed by the world as crews work to clear the highway.
County officers are asking folks to by no means try and cross flooded roads by driving, driving or strolling. If the ability is out, deal with all visitors indicators as cease indicators.
Contra Costa County sand park places might be discovered right here http://www.cccounty.us/sandbags.
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Public Works upkeep crews are assessing all sandbag stations within the county and shall be replenishing sand and sandbags in anticipation of future storms. Sand and sandbags are free, though folks ought to carry their very own shovels.
To report a blocked basin or drain inlet, folks can name the county’s public works service division at (925) 313-7000 throughout enterprise hours. After hours, name the sheriff’s dispatcher at (925) 646-2441.
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