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Santa Clara River breaks through McGrath State Beach sandbar

Santa Clara River breaks through McGrath State Beach sandbar

By George Miller There wasn’t a huge amount of rain over the weekend, but it was significant. In fact, it was enough to increase the Santa Clara river flow to break through the sandbar at the river mouth. This drained the lagoon which has been flooding the park facilities, rendering them unusable and damaging them.  Thanks to photographer Donna Hendricks […]

Ventura Harbor closing impact is serious- help is on the way

Ventura Harbor closing impact is serious- help is on the way

By George Miller For the first time in decades, Ventura Harbor has been closed, since Friday, to entry and exit traffic, which has created havoc for commercial businesses. This is no fault of any government or human. It is El Niño. Even in the best of times, an elaborate system of breakwaters, jetties and regular […]

CA seeks drought relief from mountains to desert

CA seeks drought relief from mountains to desert

By James Poulos . This season’s heavy El Niño rains haven’t brought clarity to California’s competing drought plans, which now range from increasing water collection infrastructure to siphoning ancient reserves locked beneath the Mojave desert. Stepping up water collection has emerged as a priority in Southern California, drawing much of its water from outside sources, including Northern California […]

More Californians Preparing For Severe El Nino Flood Risk: Residents Purchase 28,000 New Flood Insurance Policies in California

More Californians Preparing For Severe El Nino Flood Risk: Residents Purchase 28,000 New Flood Insurance Policies in California

28,084 New National Flood Insurance Program Policies Purchased in California since August  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today released new data on National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Policies, showing an increase of more than 20,000 new NFIP Policies written in California during the month of November 2015. There is a 30 – 90 day […]

Storm advisory and impacts within the City of Ventura

Storm advisory and impacts within the City of Ventura

Preparedness for Winter Storms in Camarillo

Preparedness for Winter Storms in Camarillo

Get assistance paying utility bills

Get assistance paying utility bills

Board of Supervisors Off-Site Meeting: Santa Paula Creek Project

Board of Supervisors Off-Site Meeting: Santa Paula Creek Project

By Sheryl Hamlin This is the third report from the October 13, 2015 Special Off-site meeting of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors. Report one is available here. Report two is available here. Peter Sheydayi, Deputy Director of the Watershed Protection District of Ventura County (Part of Public Works) presented the history, current status and […]

El Nino Community Town Hall — Ventura County Fairgrounds October 20th

El Nino Community Town Hall — Ventura County Fairgrounds October 20th

   

Annual Storm Day training critical in projected El Niño year– Sept. 29-30

Annual Storm Day training critical in projected El Niño year– Sept. 29-30
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