When there is rain in the forecast, the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department has a limited number of sandbags available for city residents in flood-prone areas. You can find sandbags at the following locations:
Fire Station 15 - 4711 Voltaire Street in Ocean Beach
Fire Station 21 - 750 Grand Avenue in Pacific Beach
Fire Station 28 - 3880 Kearny Villa Road in the Kearny Mesa/Montgomery Field area
Fire Station 29 - 198 West San Ysidro Blvd in San Ysidro
Fire Station 33 - 16966 Bernardo Center Drive in Rancho Bernardo
Fire Station 37 - 11640 Spring Canyon Road in Scripps Ranch
Lifeguard Stations in Ocean Beach, Mission Beach and Pacific Beach
There is a limit of10 sandbags per household or business for San Diego city residents.
While we are able to provide the sandbags, the fire stations will not have sand available. People with access to the beach areas will be allowed to use beach sand.
With wet weather expected throughout the week, CAL FIRE-San Diego County Fire Authority has sandbags available throughout the County. The sand and sand bags were graciously provided by the County of San Diego-Flood Control Engineering Group.
Julian Station #50 Flinn Springs Station #21
1587 Highway 78 9711 Flinn Springs Road
Julian, CA. 92036 EL Cajon, CA 92021
Rincon Station #70 Valley Center #73
16971 Highway 76 28205 North Lake Wohlford
Pauma Valley, CA 92061 Valley Center, CA 92082
Ramona Station #86 Dulzura Station #30
16310 Highway 67 17304 Highway 94
Ramona, CA 92065 Dulzura, CA 91917
Descanso Station #45 Lake Morena Station #42
9718 River Road 29690 Oak Drive
Descanso, CA 91916 Lake Morena, CA 91906
Weak onshore flow returns late Friday morning. Inland areas will remain dry but with light winds. Morning fog possible Saturday morning as marine layer returns.
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