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Mariposa County Issues Storm Alerts

MARIPOSA COUNTY–Officials in Mariposa County have issued several storm alerts for various areas being adversely affected by the winter storm that is currently impacting the area.

Stay Indoors and Do Not Travel When Possible

Due to the current storm and road conditions many areas within Mariposa County are receiving or anticipated to receive a large amount of rainfall. Many areas are currently flooded or have damage or debris on the roadways. Please stay indoors as much as possible throughout this storm. DO NOT attempt to cross any moving or standing water. Turn around Don’t Drown.

For current areas impacted please visit – https://arcg.is/04GPr1

Shelter In Place

Shelter In Place issued for the following area: Shelter in Place means do not leave your current location due to potential life threating conditions.

Carter Rd

Jerserydale Rd from Wild Dove Rd to Hites Cove Rd

Anton Rd

Bear Creek Cabins

If you have an emergency, please dial 911, the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office and Search and Rescue teams are standing by.

911 Calls Impacted

El Portal residents may be unable to dial 911 for emergencies from land line phones. Residents in those areas should attempt to go to the Community Hall for emergencies if you are unable to call 911 from your cell phone.

County Road Closures and Conditions

County Road Conditions | Mariposa County, CA – Official Website

State Road Information- Division of Traffic Operations – Road Information – California Highway Information

Storm Shelter

For those who are unable to return home due to flooding or flood damage.

Shelters will open at 2pm

New Life Christian Church – 5089 Cole Rd Mariposa, CA

Mariposa County School District Information

For information regarding your children at MCUSD Schools please contact the school sites directly. Students are currently being held safely at school sites if parents are unable to pick them up at this time.


National Weather Service Updates- San Joaquin Valley, CA (weather.gov)

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