Website launched to help Alameda County residents prepare for El Nino rains


Alameda County officials have launched a website to help residents prepare for the forecasted rain this season in Alameda County.

The website, created by the Alameda County Public Works Agency, gives residents information on what they can do to prepare themselves and their homes for El Nino rains.

"The prediction of possible heavy storms this coming winter presents us with a great opportunity to remind our residents of the steps they can take to protect their safety and their property before wet weather hits," said Scott Haggerty, president of the Alameda County Board of Supervisors.

The website can be found at

Keith Burbank, Bay City News


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