The worst of March 22-23 storm is behind Anaheim. We've seen some heavy rain, but Anaheim came through much better than forecast.
Voluntary evacuations for three specific east Anaheim neighborhoods are lifted as of 5 p.m. Thursday. Thanks for bearing with us through the rain.
It's always a good idea to make sure you have a plan for your family and home for any amount of rain or other emergency.
We have a handful of resources to help you prepare. They include checklists, flood information, soil erosion prevention and more.
Residents who live near the Canyon Fire 2 burn area are encouraged to look around their properties and see if any steps should be taken to prevent hillside mud and debris from ending up on their property. Keep an eye out for voluntary or mandatory evacuations, should they be necessary out of an abundance of caution.
Residents in low-lying areas that typically see spot flooding are encouraged to get sandbags to have on hand while the weather is nice.
We encourage everyone to take the time to create a plan for your family should an emergency arise. Think about what you might need to bring with you in the event you'd have to leave your home.
Now is also a good time to sign up for Anaheim Alert to get important alerts and information from the city. Sign up at AnaheimAlert.net.
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