Storm Sandbag Tips

  • By Scott Dreger
  • Nancy Rodriguez
  • March 04, 2016

El Niño can bring more rainfall and some flooding to parts of Southern California. Placing sandbags around your home can help direct water away from your property. Follow these safety and prevention tips on how to properly use sandbags to protect your home.

How to Place a Sandbag
After filling your sandbag (as shown above), follow these steps.

 Click here for a list of local fire stations where you can obtain sand and sandbags

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