Update: 03-22-2017 10:30
"As of this notice all Rivers and other South and Central Delta waterways highlighted on the (attached)
map remain closed to recreational boating traffic (with some exceptions noted below) until further
notice by the San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services.""
Updated South Delta River and Slough Closures (with exceptions)
Update: 03-21-2017 14:00
Parks officials do not have an estimated date for reopening.
Please vist www.sjparks.com for the latest information, or find them on
Update: 03-21-2017 12:00
The U.S. Small Business Administration has declared San Joaquin County for Severe Storms and Flooding from
February 1-25, 2017. Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to businesses of all sizes,
most private nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters whose property was damaged or destroyed by this disaster.
Please refer to the document linked
Update: 03-15-2017 10:55
This information explains how property owners can do streambed maintenance while we are in a proclaimed emergency without first getting a permit from the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Emergency Creek Maintenance
Update: 03-09-2017 12:50
Governor of California's Emergency Proclamation for February Winter Storms
"Begining on February 1, 2017, an atmospheric river storm swept across California, bringing high winds and substantial precipitation severely impacting counties throughout the State."
Update: 03-08-2017 14:30
Small non-farm businesses in 32 California counties and neighboring Arizona and Nevada counties are now eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans.
More Information is available here:
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to California Small Businesses
Small Business Administration Disaster Loans
Update: 03-02-2017 13:15
Major Disaster Declaration dated 14 February, 2017 (FEMA-4301-DR) provides (Farm) Emergency Loans for both physical and crop production losses.
USDA Ag Disaster information for San Joaquin County
Many areas of San Joaquin County are protected from floods by large levees or dikes that surround local neighborhoods. If you live in one of these areas you should be prepared to evacuate your home in the unlikely event that a problem develops with your neighborhood levee and officials feel you should leave for your own safety.
Local fire and law officials have divided city neighborhoods into evacuation "zones"" to help conduct emergency evacuations in an orderly manner. Officials have identified in each zone the streets that residents should use to leave as well as locations in the neighborhood where they can obtain assistance if they cannot leave quickly on their own.
You should also review the following additional safety information with your family.
When disasters strike, loved ones can become separated. If you have been affected by a disaster, you can register yourself on the Safe and Well website, where your loved ones can search for information about you.
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