Flooding Risk Reduced as of Sunday Evening

Emergency Services Remain on Stand-by, Monitoring Incoming Weather

The Operational Area Emergency Operations Command opened on Sunday, March 20 at 12:30 pm in the afternoon, due to weather conditions and significant flooding risk.

The EOC is now on stand-by status after threats subsided at 11:30pm Sunday.

Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Services continues to monitor incoming weather for the week. Due to high ground saturation, the threat of flooding continues depending on storm severity.

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Source: Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Services

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