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Rain expected this week. Sandbagging locations throughout the City of Seal Beach

by: Seal Beach PD
Posted: March 21, 2018

SEAL BEACH...The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting a winter storm beginning Tuesday evening, March 20th through Thursday, March 22nd. The heaviest rain is expected Wednesday night into Thursday morning with 1-2 inches of rain expected over a twelve-hour period.  

The City of Seal Beach Marine Safety Department, Public Works Department and Police Department will be monitoring conditions throughout the rain event and responding appropriately as issues arise. Residents are encouraged to monitor the surf and weather conditions and take the necessary steps to protect themselves and their property.  

The City of Seal Beach has established several locations where complimentary sand and empty sandbags are available for residents. The sandbag locations are;

• Marine Safety Headquarters – 888 Ocean Avenue  
• The Naval Weapons Station, "Liberty Gate" - Seal Beach Bl. and Landing Ave.
• Fire Station 44 – 8th Street and Central Ave.
• Fire Station 48 - 3131 Northgate Road (at the 405 freeway)
• Arbor Park - 4665 Lampson Ave.
• Seal Beach Public Works Yard (sandbags only) – 1776 Adolfo Lopez Dr.

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AlertOC is a mass notification system used by the City of Seal Beach and Seal Beach Police Department to issue government related messages to residents and businesses. All residential and commercial landline phone numbers are a part of the AlertOC system. AlertOC replaced the old "Reverse 911" system. Residents can register additional cell phone numbers, text numbers and e-mail addresses at 

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