Sand Bags Available

 

 

The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office and  Shasta County Department of Public Works, with the cooperation of CALFIRE, has several locations of sand and sandbags throughout the county. The Sheriff’s Office would like to encourage citizens to use these locations if they are having any flooding problems due to the recent weather event. The sand at the below locations is available anytime and citizens are encouraged to bring their own tools to load the sand. A limited amount of bags will be available for those that need them. However, citizens are encouraged to bring their own bags if possible.

Palo Cedro – Palo Cedro Fire Station Co #32, 9418 Deschutes Road, Palo Cedro – pile located at the edge of the driveway at far west end of parking lot. Bags are located inside the fire station.

Bella Vista – Bella Vista Fire Station Co #33, 2202 Hwy 299E., Bella Vista – pile located at the west side of the fire station near the propane tank. Bags are located inside the fire station.

French Gulch – French Gulch Fire Station Co #59, 14363 Cline Gulch Road, French Gulch – pile located at east side driveway. Bags are located inside the fire station.

Cottonwood – Cottonwood Fire District #23, 3271 Brush Street, Cottonwood – pile located behind fire station on north/east side of Pine St. Bags are inside the fire station.

Jones Valley – Jones Valley Fire District, 14680 Ravine Road, Jones Valley- pile located on the upper hill behind the fire hall. Bags are located inside the fire station.

Burney – Sheriff’s Office Substation, 20509 Shasta Street, Burney – pile located behind the station. Contact the Sheriff’s Office for bags.

Shingletown – Shingletown Volunteer Fire Station #20, 32249 Hwy 44, Shingletown- pile located in the parking area of the station. Bags are located inside the fire station.

City of Redding – City of Redding Corporation Yard, Building #3, Old Airport Road at Abernathy Lane, Redding.

City of Anderson- Barney Street at Marx

– Press Release

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  1. Avatar david kerr says:

    http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cgi-progs/queryDaily?SHA
    Shasta lake water level is up six feet from the low. 172 ft from top.
    The federal courts have the Bureau of Reclammation running water through the turbines in spite of flooding downstream.

    Flood control is one of the three major functions of the dam (beside water for ag and electricity).