Things are getting choppy out there and the National Weather is saying we won't be catching a break until Sunday night.
If you think it might flood or you live near one of the many creeks in Campbell, you should keep some sandbags nearby.
The Campbell Public Works Service Center at 290 Dillon Ave. hands out free sand and bags to residents between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Residents have to fill their own bags and there's a 25-bag limit. But if you need assistance or are an elderly person, you can call 408-265-2600, and the Santa Clara Valley Water District will let you know where you can pick up pre-filled bags, said Debbie Cifelli, office assistance at the public works service yard.
Sandbags can also be picked up at:
Santa Clara Valley Water District Warehouse
5905 Winfield Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95123
PH: 1(888) 439-6624
City of Palo Alto (Adjacent to Palo Alto Air Terminal)
1925 Embarcadero Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
No phone number is available for this facility.
For additional flood safety tips, call the Santa Clara Valley Water District at 1-888-HEY-NOAH (439-6624) or visit the website.