The Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services (SacOES) coordinates the overall Sacramento Countywide response to large scale incidents and disasters.
SacOES is responsible for alerting and notifying appropriate agencies when disaster strikes; coordinating all agencies that respond; ensuring resources are available and mobilized in times of disaster; developing plans and procedures in response to and recovery from disasters; and developing and providing preparedness materials for the public.
Additionally, SacOES administers and coordinates the Homeland Security grants for the county of Sacramento.
2017 February Storm Information
Due to a series of atmospheric rivers and warm storms that have melted snow, the Sacramento County area is experiencing impacts from high water volume along rivers, creeks and streams.
Get tips to prepare for upcoming storms.
February 22 Update
Possible Road Closure Impacts at Point Pleasant
February 21 Update
Dry Creek Voluntary Evacuation Notice and Flood Advisory Lifted
Wilton Voluntary Evacuation Notice and Flood Advisory Lifted
February 20 Update
Dry Creek Voluntary Evacuation Notice and Flood Advisory
Cosumnes River Voluntary Evacuation Notice and Flood Warning
- Voluntary Evacuation Lifted Tues Feb 21 at 12:40 PM PST
February 16 Update
Evacuation Order Lifted for Tyler Island, Walnut Grove:
February 15 Update
Tyler Island update
February 14 Update
Update for Point Pleasant, Tyler Island and Walnut Grove areas
February 13 Update
Distress line available for anyone having a hard time coping with a natural or human-caused disaster: 1-800-985-5990
Evacuation center open for people and small pets at Cal Expo East Gate
Gibson Ranch accepting Oroville evacuees with RVs, trailers, fifth wheels and space for horses
Residents of east Walnut Grove advised to take precaution due to flooding at Tyler Island
Residents of Tyler Island advised to evacuate due to compromised levee
February 12 Update
Citrus Heights Community Center Accepting Lake Oroville Evacuees (midnight to 10AM)
Returning Home After a Flood
February 11 Update
Evacuation Center at Pleasant Grove High School to close at 7:00 pm 2/11
Evacuation and shelter in place notice lifted for Wilton residents
Evacuation of Point Pleasant and Glanville tract
February 10 Update
Shelter in Place message for residents of Wilton
Evacuation message for residents of Wilton
Evacuation message for residents in the Point Pleasant area
Twin Cities Road closed in both directions between Clay East and 14440 Twin Cities Rd (Entrance to Rancho Seco) due to severe flooding. Closed indefinitely.
February 9 Update
Message to Wilton Residents Along the Cosumnes River for 2/9/17
Message to Point Pleasant Residents for 2/9/17
February 7 Update
The Cosumnes River is expected to exceed flood stage today. Visit www.sacflood.org to monitor river levels.
Message to Community Surrounding Cosumnes River for 2/7/17
Message to Point Pleasant Residents for 2/7/17
Message to Wilton Residents Along the Cosumnes River for 2/7/17
2017 January Storm Information
SACRAMENTO COUNTY NEWS RELEASES
- Countywide Water Levels: Sacramento County Rainfall and Stream Level Information System:
- We are expecting worsening weather conditions;
residents should be prepared for evacuation by putting together a plan and supplies including: comfort items, clothing, medication, prescription glasses, items for infants or unique needs.
Lost Slough - Although the levee issue is resolved, if the situation changes there could be calls for evacuations. Residents who have evacuated the area are encouraged to stay out of the area throughout the evening. Residents who have not evacuated may choose to leave. An evacuation center is open at Laguna Town Hall (3020 Renwick Avenue) in west Elk Grove.
- Please check the day's update for evacuation center locations.
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