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City of Dublin

Posted on: December 18, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Prepare for Winter Storms Ahead

With the National Weather Service forecasting rain in Dublin over the next ten days, the City of Dublin urges residents to be prepared by following some safety tips:

•Track weather conditions

•Clear debris from storm drains.

•Secure or remove items that can blow around.

•Keep garbage cans and cars at least one foot from the curb to avoid blocking storm water flows.

During periods of heavy rain, the City of Dublin will make available sandbags for Dublin residents and businesses (limit 10 per household or business). Sandbag-filling stations will be present at the City’s Public Safety Complex, located at 6363 Clark Avenue, or at the City of Dublin Corporation Yard, located at 5709 Scarlett Court. Public Works will provide a mound of sand, shovels, and bags, so that residents can fill up to 10 bags, if necessary.

During winter storms, Dublin residents are urged to be especially cautious while driving. Reports of flooding or downed trees on public roads can be made to Public Works at (925) 833-6630, or after hours to Police at (925) 462-1212. To report a power outage, please call PG&E at 1-800-742-5002. If you see damaged power lines or electrical equipment, call 911 immediately.

Visit our Storm Preparedness webpage.