Current Disaster Information

Storm Season is Here!

Storm Season is Flood Season...Are you prepared?

Glenn County is particularly vulnerable to flood due to it's location in the Sacramento Valley and it's many creeks, streams and the Sacramento River. Releases from reservoirs, both within and north of Glenn County, contribute to increased flows in the waterways during high water years. 

crew filling sandbags
 

Checkout current water levels and conditions:

CA Data Exchange Center (CDEC)

CA NV River Forecast Center (CNRFC)

National Weather Service - Water Weather (NWS)

US Geological Service Water Data for CA (USGS)

 
Glenn County Public Works offer several locations to pick up free sand for sand bags during storm season.

Sand Bag Filling Locations:

  • Hamilton City – across from the Fire Dept. on 1st St.
  • Elk Creek – across from the Fire Dept. on County Road 306
  • Willows –Public Works Willows Maintenance Yard 777 N. Colusa St.
  • Orland – Orland City Maintenance Yard, Corner of County Road 200 and County Road M

 

Do you know how to properly protect your home with sandbags?

Learn how to properly lay sandbags and visqueen around your house to provide the most protection from flood waters. Check out this short video from DWR

 

Drought 

Please visit our Drought page

Please check out our Twitter feed on the main OES home page, as well as our Facebook on the main Sheriff's Office homepage for any impending incidents and events.

 

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

COVID-19 is an on-going incident being coordinated by Glenn County OES and Glenn County Public Health. For updates, please go to the Public Health COVID-19 page

 

Road Closures, Power Outages

Road Closures

Power Outages