(KTXL) — Several evacuation warnings and evacuation orders have been issued across Northern California on Tuesday due to possible flooding.

Sutter County Evacuation Order

The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office has issued a mandatory evacuation order to the residents of “the commercial trailer park Lovey’s Landing.”

According to the sheriff’s office, the Sacramento River is expected to rise near the Colusa Bridge on Wednesday. It is at this elevation that the trailer park has historically flooded.

The sheriff’s office said that the power will be shut off in the trailer park due to safety concerns.

Amador County Evacuation Warnings

According to the Amador County Office of Emergency Services, the heavy, excessive rainfall has caused both creeks and rivers throughout Amador County to rise, which has led to flooding concerns.

As of 10 a.m. on Tuesday, the communities of Jackson, Sutter Creek, Ione and rural Amador County have evacuation warnings in place.

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The specific areas include:
Jackson – Clinton Rd, South Av, Gordon Ln, Marcucci Ln, Pitt St, Water St, Main St, North Main St and Jackson Gate Rd
Sutter Creek – Church St, Main St, Badger St and Spanish St
Ione – Main St, West Marlette, Springcreek Dr, West Jackson St, Eagle Dr and Edgebrook Dr
Amador County – Clinton Rd, Sutter Creek Volcano Rd, Highway 88 east from Jackson to Previtali Rd

The county is reminding residents that this is a warning, meaning that it is not mandatory, but that residents in these areas should be ready to leave as soon as an evacuation order is issued.