Important Storm Resources
I hope you are staying safe during our unusually wet winter. From street flooding to fallen trees and other debris, the storm damage is significant throughout our district. For life-threatening situations, like serious injuries, downed power lines, or gas leaks, please continue to dial 911 for an immediate response.
For non-emergency assistance, such as sewer back-up or sandbag needs, I wanted to make sure you knew where to turn. In San Francisco, you can visit SF311.org or call 311. In San Mateo County, click here for unincorporated areas, or here for specific city information.
Over the weekend, President Biden approved a federal emergency declaration for California. This means we are getting more help to respond to these storms and the aftermath, as well as opening up more resources for our state. The additional support could also provide aid to qualified residents and businesses impacted by our severe weather systems. If and when federal financial assistance is approved for this disaster, it will be displayed here. Information is updated every hour.
While this is a rough start to 2023, we will get through this. Feel free to call my office if you need our help directing you to resources. The number is 415-557-2312.
Assemblymember, 19th District
P.S. Thank you to everyone who took advantage of the break in weather to attend my Community Coffee on Saturday at the Geneva Car Barn. In case you missed it, please visit my Facebook page to watch a recording of the event.