The SF Chronicle has excellent coverage of the continued storms soaking Northern California. The Glen Park News encourages all residents to read up and be aware of how to stay safe. This link in particular is very helpful.
And this, from DEM– SF Department of Emergency Management.
In a time sensitive announcement, Glen Park resident Kayleigh Lloyd is spreading the word among neighbors about the availability of sandbags until Tuesday evening for flood-prone residents. Keep up with DPW Twitter to see if they extend the offer throughout the week and beyond. In their announcement, DEM says Public Works distributes sandbags daily from 7:00 am to 2:00pm but perhaps they’re limited during this extreme weather event .
SFPUC asks people to report clogged storm drains immediately to 311.org:
Heavy Rains Expected This Week 🌧️. We have a storm in the forecast this week. If you happen to see a badly clogged storm drain or catch basin in your neighborhood, contact San Francisco 311 immediately so our crews can come out and clear it. For your health and safety, please avoid flooded areas. https://sf311.org If you live in a low-lying area, be extra prepared for the rain. Elevate belongings in your garage and in low-lying areas on your property. Make sure to put emergency items, first aid kits, flashlights, and portable radios in a safe and accessible place. For more information on how you can get ready for the storm, please visit sfpuc.org/RainReadySF.
The Glen Park News has received some unfortunately dramatic photos. No doubt there could be dozens more examples of the destructive force of the storms.