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News and Announcements
Flood Update - 9:30 AM
The City of San Jose is moving to a Re-entry and Recovery phase for the flooding from Coyote Creek. Creek flows are still high, and Anderson Reservoir continues to spill water at a high rate. However, Coyote Creek levels are continuing to recede. Read on...
Flood Update - Evacuations have been lifted in some areas
Areas in green are cleared for return. Areas in yellow are still under mandatory evacuation. Residents are advised to use the Checklist for Residents Returning to Flooded Homes if your home has been flooded. Read on...
Flood update 11:40 A.M.
The City and its partners continues to help residents impacted by the flooding of Coyote Creek. Read on...