FLASH REPORT #2: Atmospheric River Preparation and Monitoring
City of San José
Emergency Operations Center
Kristen Van Kley, Deputy Public Information Officer
Email: [email protected]
Media Line: 408-535-7777
Date/Time of Update: March 10, 2023, 2:00 p.m.
Weather and Storm Response:
With scattered showers and light rains forecast for Saturday and Sunday, the City’s Incident Management Team will be available as needed this weekend. Flash reports will be put on pause until further notice. The City and our partners at Valley Water will continue to monitor the weather and any impacts to our local reservoirs and waterways. The public is encouraged to keep informed by:
- Signing up for Alert SCC at https://emergencymanagement.
- Monitoring the news and following the City of San José on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/
CityofSanJose/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/ CityofSanJose) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ cityofsanjose/) for regular updates.
- Navigating to the Emergency Notifications page (https://www.sanjoseca.gov/
news-stories/news/emergency- notifications) and Storm Preparedness page (http://bit.ly/SJStormPrep) on the City’s website.
Bailey Road, from Santa Teresa Boulevard to McKean Road, is closed due to flooding. The road will remain closed until flooding has subsided.
Emergency Evacuation Center Update:
The emergency evacuation center at Seven Trees Community Center (3590 Cas Drive) remains open. The center, staffed in partnership with the American Red Cross, is open to individuals, families, pets, and service animals forced to evacuate due to rising waterways. No prior referral or reservation is needed. Hand washing stations, portable restrooms, showers, cots, and laundry stations are available onsite.
Find previous updates on this storm event on the City’s Emergency Notifications page (https://www.sanjoseca.gov/