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January 31, 2023

City urges residents to keep sandbags for future storms

Today is last day to call for optional sandbag pickup

WATSONVILLE—The City of Watsonville’s Public Works Department is urging residents to keep any sandbags they received during the recent series of storms through the rest of winter.

“We are recommending that people keep them, just in case,” said Marco Diaz, an administrative assistant for the Public Works department. “There might be more storms.”

However, if residents would choose to return some or all of their sandbags, there are options. Two drop off locations are currently available: at the Ramsay Park front entrance on Main Street, and in the small parking lot across from the Buddhist Temple on Bridge Street. Both sites are open 8am-4pm through Friday.

Note: Sandbags should be returned with the sand still inside.

If residents cannot bring the bags themselves, they have until the end of today (Wednesday, Jan. 18) to call 831-768-3038 to arrange for someone to pick them up.

For information visit the Public Works website.

Johanna Miller
Reporter Johanna Miller grew up in Watsonville, attending local public schools and Cabrillo College before transferring to Pacific University Oregon to study Literature. She covers arts and culture, business, nonprofits and agriculture.

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