San Pablo remains in emergency response mode to protect lives and property following Thursday’s landslide, city officials said Monday.
Heavy rain triggered another mudslide on California’s Pacific Coast Highway, cutting off road access to a roughly 50-mile stretch of the scenic Big Sur coastline.
Officials in San Pablo have declared a local emergency to help the owners of several homes that are sliding down a storm-soaked hillside.
The city of San Pablo issued an emergency declaration Sunday afternoon as mud continued creeping closer to homes following a landslide earlier this week.
The Bay Area was cleaning up Saturday after a new storm dumped more rain on already saturated soil, causing more flooding and landslides.
Inspectors are keeping a close eye on six homes in San Pablo after heavy rains caused a landslide.
Highway 84 between Skyline Boulevard and Portola Road in Woodside is closed Saturday morning due to landslides and fallen trees.
Approximately 160 homes in Alameda County have been affected by a water main break Friday morning near Pleasanton, city of Pleasanton officials said.
A nearly 40-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway through the scenic Big Sur region is now cut off after a rock and mud slide blocked access following the collapse of another chunk of highway last week.
Authorities in Santa Cruz County don’t yet know when they will be able to clear a rockslide near Scotts Valley that has left dozens of residents stranded.