- In response to severe storm induced infrastructure damage to roads and water supply lines throughout January and February of 2017, The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors initially declared a local state of emergency on February 7th, 2017.
- Due to continuous rainfall and resulting rain damage late into February, the County has responded by adopting a resolution proposing that this local state of emergency be continued.
- This is an essential procedural step necessary to recovering from the serious damage inflicted by local storms, as the approval of this resolution will enable additional State and Federal funding to be given to the county, as Santa Cruz County suffered some of the most extensive storm damage in all of California.
Storm Damage UPDATE: Santa Cruz Board of Supervisors Declare Storm Induced Damage to Still be an Issue of Local Emergency
2/2/2022 11:47:58 pm
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