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As seasonal creeks begin to overflow, sandbagging properties becomes essential to keep the creeks from flooding into nearby houses. Photo submitted

Sand up for the next batch of storms

Sandbags are being filled and ready for Indian Valley residents to pick up in preparation for the next batch of storms headed this way. Alliance For Workforce Development, Inc’s have Cliff Brown and Danny Griffin getting ready for more winter rain deluge.

Residents can pick up the sandbags at Indian Valley Fire Station just south of Greenville on hwy 89 (before the bridge leading into town).

Plumas County Road Department is providing the sand and OES has provided the sandbags.

Sandbags are also available at the following locations:

Quincy area: Feather River College baseball parking lot
Chester/Lake Almanor area: Chester Fire Station
Eastern Plumas County: Portola Fire (north station on Gulling Street)
Indian Valley: Indian Valley Fire Station (located south of Greenville on Hwy 89)Indian

Eastern Plumas Fire department located at 141 Delleker Road (bags behind station)

Danny Griffin (back) and Cliff Brown (foreground) are hard at work getting the community read for the next batch of rain storms. Photo submitted


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