The San Benito County’s Office of Emergency Services has plans for most emergencies, but says residents also need to have plans to survive the initial days or weeks following a disaster.
The $969-million dam and reservoir project will replace the facility to store more water for dry years, and is expected to help replenish aquifers and bring back fish populations.
Almost 11 months after January floods, work begins repairing two breaks in levees at a cost of over $500,000 from General Fund.
Are you prepared for alternate communications in a disaster? Ham radio operators can take over when cell towers and land lines fail.
Trying to beat the coming rainy season, county supervisors push forward repairs of levees, while moving to shift cost burden to landowners by restarting Pacheco Storm Water District.
Residents along Pacheco Creek are still cleaning up after heavy winter rains
County begins repairs while gearing up for next round of storms; federal funding expected to reimburse some costs
Jimmy Panetta tours San Benito County to asses flood damage and help coordinate state and federal resources
County officials came to explain they can help residents get ready for any floods, but cannot do much about stopping them because of environmental rules
County officials ratify emergency proclamation as emergency services prepares for next storm
After lengthy discussion supervisors approve two proposals on operating Expanded Winter Shelter Program.