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The original item was published from 1/5/2023 8:36:20 AM to 1/8/2023 12:00:01 AM.

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Posted on: January 5, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Storm Response Update and Current Conditions


The City of Emeryville was impacted by the storm last night, but all roads and intersections are open this morning. Please be advised of the following issues throughout the city:

  • Standing water at several areas throughout the city but no flooding
  • Significant amount of standing water in the Black Bear Dinner parking lot
  • Minor standing water in several other private parking lots throughout the City of Emeryville
  • No issues reported at the public or private Marinas
  • 6 trees are down at the Marina, with no impact to roadways or pedestrians
  • On Doyle & Stanford two trees are down and Public Works crews are clearing pathways  
  • Crews are also cutting down trees on 65th and Christie and clearing pedestrian pathways

Public Works crews are currently out clearing debris around the city. Please use the links below to report issues. 

The National Weather Service reported the storm event has moved to the Central Valley.  The next event is approximately 125 miles offshore and traveling at 25 MPH toward the west coast arriving by Friday afternoon/evening.  This system has high winds and lightning.

Resources for Storm Reporting and Recovery

Information on Winter Shelter and Warming Center Resources:

National Weather Service Emeryville:

National Weather Service San Francisco Bay Area (on Twitter):  NWS Bay Area 🌉 (@NWSBayArea) / Twitter


Alameda County Road Closures:  Homepage | ACPWA Alameda County Public Works Agency

National Weather Service Flood Preparation: 

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To keep up to date on storm information:

  • Monitor power outages via the PG&E outage center.
  • Check the news page on the City of Emeryville’s website for local updates.
  • Report blocked storm drains and downed trees to the Department of Public Works via online form Emeryville, CA | SeeClickFix | Submit a request
  • Remove accumulated leaves or debris from storm drains on your street if you can do so safely.
  • If you must drive, do so with caution and watch for flooded areas.
  • If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1.

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