(KTXL) — As Northern California recovers from the New Years’ weekend storm, another one is approaching the state that is expected to bring more rainfall to the state’s waterways and wind gusts as strong as around 50 miles per hour. 

Below, a collection of resources and tips from local governments and organizations to prepare for the storm.

Northern California

CAL OES (Facebook, Twitter)

Caltrans District 3 (Facebook, Twitter)

Caltrans District 10 (Facebook, Twitter)

National Weather Service Sacramento (Facebook, Twitter)

National Weather Service Reno (Facebook, Twitter)

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) (Facebook, Twitter, Map)

Sacramento County 

According to the Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services, an evacuation center is open at the Wackford Center on 9014 Bruceville Road in Elk Grove. 

Sacramento OES said residents can also sign up for emergency alerts by email, phone or text at Sacramento-alert.org. 

For road closures in Sacramento County, click here. 

There are self-serve sandbag locations throughout Sacramento County, but their open hours vary and they can be found at this website:

-County Branch Center: 3847 Branch Center Road, Sacramento, CA 95827

-Dillard Ranch (Temporary site): 9857 Dillard Road, Wilton, CA 95693

-Jean Harvie Senior Citizen & Community Center: 14273 River Road, Walnut Grove, CA 95690

-Jose P. Rizal Community Center: 7320 Florin Mall Drive, Sacramento, CA 95823-

-Orangevale Community Center: 6826 Hazal Avenue, Organvale, CA 95662

-Point Pleasant United Methodist Church: 3329 Point Pleasant Road, Elk Grove, CA 95757

-Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Station #106: 2220 Park Towne Circle, Sacramento, CA 95825

-Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Station #55: 7776 Excelsior Road, Sacramento CA 95829

-Westside Park: 6555 West 2nd Street, Rio Linda, CA 95673

-Wilton Fire Station: 10661 Alta Mesa Road, Wilton, CA 95693

Social Media Accounts

Sacramento County (Facebook, Twitter)

SMUD (Facebook, Twitter, Map)

Sacrament County Sheriff’s Office (Facebook, Twitter)

Sacramento Metropolitan Fire (Facebook, Twitter)

Sacramento Office of Emergency Services (Facebook, Twitter)

Citrus Heights

City of Citrus Heights (Facebook, Twitter)

Citrus Heights Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Elk Grove

City of Elk Grove (Facebook, Twitter)

Elk Grove Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Cosumnes Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Folsom (Facebook, Twitter)

Folsom Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Folsom Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Galt (Facebook)

Galt Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Cosumnes Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Rancho Cordova

City of Rancho Cordova (Facebook, Twitter)

Rancho Cordova (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Sacramento (Facebook, Twitter)

City of Sacramento Utilities (Facebook, Twitter)

Sacramento Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Sacramento Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Isleton/Walnut Grove

Courtland Fire Protection District (Facebook, Twitter)

Walnut Grove Fire District (Facebook)

Wilton/ Herald

Wilton Fire Protection District (Facebook)

Herald Fire Protection District (Facebook)

San Joaquin County

The City of Stockton has warming zones for protection from weather conditions at the following locations: 

  • Arnold Rue Community Center: 5758 Lorraine Avenue, Stockton, CA 95210
  • Stribley Community Center: 1760 East Sonora Street, Stockton, CA 95205
  • Oak Park Senior Center: 730 East Fulton Street, Stockton, CA 95817
  • Van Buskirk Community Center: 734 Houston Avenue, Stockton, CA 95206

According to the San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services, sandbags are available in Tracy, Manteca, Lathrop, Thronon Fire, and Stockton. All of the sites in those cities are self-serve and are required to bring your own shovel.

Here is where you can get sandbags in those locations: 

  • Tracy: Boyd Service Center, 520 Tracy Boulevard, Gate #1
  • Manteca: 210 East Wetmore Street in the Southeast parking lot
  • Lathrop: 15685 7th Street, adjacent to the skate park
  • Thorton Fire: 12449 West Walnut Grove Road 
  • Stockton: Oak Park Little League parking lot, 3545 Alvarado Avenue, .95204 and the (former) Van Buskirk Golf Course: 1740 Houston Avenue, 95026 at South Fresno Avenue”

Social Media Accounts

San Joaquin County (Facebook, Twitter)

San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office (Facebook, Twitter)

South San Joaquin County Fire Authority (Facebook, Twitter)

San Joaquin County OES (Facebook, Twitter)


Escalon Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Escalon Consolidated Fire Protection District (Facebook)


City of Lodi (Facebook, Twitter)

Lodi Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Lathrop (Facebook)

Lathrop Police Department (Facebook)

Lathrop Manteca Fire District (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Manteca (Facebook, Twitter)

Manteca Fire Department (Facebook)

Manteca Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)


Ripon Police Department (Facebook)


City of Stockton (Facebook, Twitter)

Stockton Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Stockton Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Tracy (Facebook, Twitter)

Tracy Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Yolo County

According to the City of West Sacramento, a charging and warming center is open 24 hours at the West Sacramento Fire Station 45 on 2040 Lake Washington Boulevard. The city said water and restrooms will be available at the site.

In anticipation of more heavy rain this week, sandbags are available at the entrance to Port of West Sacramento at 2895 Industrial Boulevard. The site is self-serve and bringing your own shovel is required.  

Social Media Accounts

Yolo County

Yolo County (Facebook, Twitter)

Yolo County Sheriff’s Office (Facebook, Twitter)

Yolo County Fire Protection Districts (Map)


City of Davis (Facebook, Twitter)

Davis Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Davis Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)

West Sacramento

City of West Sacramento (Facebook, Twitter)

West Sacramento Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

West Sacramento Fire Department (Facebook)


City of Winters (Facebook)

Winters Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Winters Fire Department (Facebook, Twitter)


City of Woodland (Facebook)

Woodland Police Department (Facebook, Twitter)

Woodland Fire Department (Facebook)