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Humboldt County Sheriff declares local disaster due to flooding

The Humboldt County Sheriff has declared a local disaster due to flooding.

Posted: Mar 1, 2019 6:04 AM
Updated: Mar 1, 2019 9:33 AM

HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Calif.-

The Humboldt County Sheriff has declared a local disaster due to flooding.

Sheriff William Honsal issued a statement Wednesday after the recent storms. 

The heavy rain caused signifigant flooding. Many local roads were closed or damaged as a result of the storm, as well as homes and businesses.

The Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services has issued a notice to citizens warning that several local rivers may continue to flood. 

If you experienced personal or business damage from the storm that you can report this by using the OES online form, or you can call OES at (707) 268-2500.

If you own an agricultural buisness that was affected by the recent storms you can report the losses by using the Agricultural Commissioner's Office online form. You can also call the Agricultural Commissioner's Office if you have questions at (707) 441-5260.

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