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Winter Storm Updates Jan 5-8, 2016
Winter Storm Update #4 01/06/2016 - 4:30pm

The City of Laguna Niguel fared well today during the second wave of rainstorms. Public Works crews patrolled the City and responded to various locations throughout the day to clear catch basins and debris from streets.  The entrance to Crown Valley Park was closed during the afternoon hours and is expected to reopen tomorrow morning.

For residents still in need of sandbags, all three fire stations in Laguna Niguel – Station 5, 23600 Pacific Island Drive, Station 39, 24241 Avila Rd, and Station 49, 31461 Golden Lantern – have unfilled sandbags available. Sand is available at the Pooch Park, next to Fire Station 49 on Golden Lantern.

Rain is expected to continue throughout the evening and into Thursday morning. As these storms move through the area, the City of Laguna Niguel continues to remind everyone to stay out of and away from flood control channels, creeks and other drainage areas. If you’re driving around town, PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY AND SLOW DOWN!  

Winter Storm Update #3 01/06/2016 - 10:15am

According to the National Weather Service, the next in the series of pacific storms to impact southern California will bring a period of heavier rainfall and thunderstorms this afternoon and early evening, with a second round for late tonight into early Thursday. Wind gusts of 15-25 m.p.h. are also expected.

The entrance to Crown Valley Park is open at this time but may close later this morning as heavy rain moves into the area. Should this happen, residents wishing to access the park may do so by using the emergency access road. 

We would like to remind everyone to stay out of and away from flood control channels, creeks and other drainage areas.    

Water and power was restored yesterday afternoon to residents in the south part of the City.  According to Moulton Niguel Water District, work will continue to complete the final repairs.  Traffic lanes on eastbound Crown Valley Parkway between National Park and Clubhouse Drive may be reduced from time to time due to the construction activity.

Please Drive Safely and Slow Down.


Winter Storm Update #2 01/05/2016 - 2:11pm
The City of Laguna Niguel fared well with this first wave of rain.  Public Works crews responded to various locations throughout the morning to clear catch basins and debris from the streets.  

Approximately 300 residents are without power and water in the south part of the City near Crown Valley Parkway and Camino Del Avion due to a broken water line.  Service is expected to be stored later this afternoon.  

A break in the rain is anticipated for the next few hours.  We encourage you to check your yard drains to ensure your property is draining properly.   For residents in need of sandbags, all three fire stations in Laguna Niguel – Station 5, 23600 Pacific Island Drive, Station 39, 24241 Avila Rd, and Station 49, 31461 Golden Lantern – have unfilled sandbags available. Sand is available at the Pooch Park, next to Fire Station 49 on Golden Lantern. 

Click here for tips on how to safeguard your family and property during the storms.

If you have not already done so, be sure to sign up for AlertOC. AlertOC is a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County residents and businesses informed of emergencies and certain community events. By registering with AlertOC, time-sensitive voice messages from the City of Laguna Niguel or County of Orange may be sent to your home, cell or business phone. Text messages may also be sent to cell phones, e-mail accounts and hearing impaired receiving devices. 


Winter Storm Update #1 - 01/05/2016 - 11:45am Crown Valley Park Bridge Closed Until Further Notice
Due to the ongoing and sporadic heavy rains, the City has temporarily closed the entrance bridge to Crown Valley Park. Residents wishing to access the park may do so by using the emergency access road. The bridge will reopen once the storms have passed.




Contact
City of Laguna Niguel
30111 Crown Valley Parkway
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Tel: (949) 362-4300
Fax: (949) 362-4340

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