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    Update January 10, 2023, at 12:00 pm 


    Current Evacuations

    Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.

    All Evacuation Orders and Shelter in Place CANCELLED at 2 PM for Santa Barbara County.

    • Be aware that flooding and debris may still be present in the area. NEVER drive, swim, or walk into floodwaters. Turn around, don’t drown!
    • Flood waters can also hide hazards such as washed out road surfaces and large rocks. Be cautious of potential rock falls when traveling roads and avoid traveling at night.
    • Due to significant debris on roads, some residents may not be able to access their homes or leave the impacted areas. If residents cannot leave and need resources, please contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-688-5551. For medical emergencies and life-threatening safety issues, call 9-1-1.
    • Be aware that response crews are continuing clean-up and repair efforts.
    • Stay alert to changing conditions.

    Shelter Locations

    • An Evacuation Center is open at the Veteran’s Memorial Building, 941 Walnut Ave., Carpinteria
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the SBCC Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara (SHELTER FULL AS OF 9 P.M. 1/9/23)
    • If you live in Mid or North County and need shelter assistance please call the County Call Center at 833-688-5551.
    • For animal evacuation information Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at
      805-681-4332.
      • if you need animal evacuation support outside those hours, please call the County Animal Services after-hours phone line at
        805-683-2724
    • For large animal evacuation assistance, please call 805-892-4484.
    • For Evacuation Center assistance and additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-688-5551 or call 2-1-1.
    • Click here to register for Emergency Alerts to receive any changes to protective actions.

    Road Closures

    The US-101 southbound closure at Milpas Road and SR-150 were opened on 1/10/23, at 1:40 pm. CHP Ventura has opened US 101 southbound at SR-33. The public can now travel south on US-101 through the Santa Barbara, Montecito, and Carpinteria areas into Ventura.

    UPDATE: Caltrans are working to reopen the northbound 101 in the Gaviota area and are reporting that the highway is expected to reopen no later than this evening. Updates will be shared at https://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/.

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT THE 33, THROUGH SANTA CLAUS LANE

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT WINCHESTER CANYON ROAD

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT CLARK AVENUE IN NORTHERN SANTA BARBARA

    EXPECT FLOODING ALONG SECTIONS OF NORTHBOUND 101 THROUGHOUT SUMMERLAND & MONTECITO, WITH INTERMITTENT CLOSURES AND ON/OFFRAMP CLOSURES

    HIGHWAY 154 CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

    FULL CLOSURE OF HWY 166 FROM 101 NEAR SANTA MARIA TO HWY 33 ALONG THE CUYAMA HWY

    AVOID TRAVEL IF YOU ARE NOT IN AN EVACUATION ORDER ZONE. ROADS ARE FLOODED AND DANGEROUS.

    Check here for road closure information: https://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

    Additional storm-related road closure information here: https://www.countyofsb.org/3675/Storm-Related-Road-Closures


    School Closures

    Based on extreme and unpredictable weather conditions expected in the morning hours, and continued road closures and flooding, county Sheriff, Fire and EOC (Emergency Operations Center) officials are advising schools to remain closed (1/10/23). At this time, we have received confirmation that all Santa Barbara County public schools will be closed on Jan. 10, 2023. Outside of an evacuation order, decisions about school closures are made on a school-by-school basis. Families in private schools should look for updates from their individual schools.


    Public Transporation

    Santa Barbara MTD To Resume Bus Service Around Noon Today (1/10/23), Operating on a Modified Sunday Schedule.The public should stay tuned to MTD’s Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/santabarbaramtd for updates on service.

    Santa Barbara Airport – The Santa Barbara Airport is currently CLOSED due to flooding. All commercial flights are cancelled until further notice. For the latest local alerts, visit www.readysbc.org. For information about specific flights, please contact your airline directly.

    Clean Air Express regional commuter service between South Coast and North County is suspended today (1/9/23) due to Hwy closure (and tomorrow (1/10/23) – planned). For the latest, visit www.cleanairexpress.com.

    VCTC Coastal Express service to and from Ventura County is suspended. For the latest, visit www.goventura.org.

    EasyLift ADA Paratransit remains operational with limited drivers in service to operate only life-sustaining trips (e.g. Dialysis) but can assist for evacuation of people with access and functional needs.

    AMTRAK SURFLINER train service is currently suspended between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo both directions.


    Court Information

    Due to impacts of the storm all jury trials in the South County are cancelled today (1/10/23). Jury trials in the north county are on an as needed basis.

    Jurors are instructed to continue to check their reporting status online at JuryService.sbcourts.org or by calling the 24-hour Information Line at (855) 955-1103

    Courtrooms are operating in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara today, however the rain may impact operations. Contact your attorney, if you have one, for further information.


    Update January 10, 2023, at 9:45 am 


    Current Evacuations

    Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.

    EVACUATION ORDER in the following areas:

    • Carpinteria Creek properties
    • Montecito/Toro Canyon/Sycamore Canyon/Padaro Ln
    • Serena Park area in Carpinteria
    • Conejo Rd and Sycamore Creek properties in City of Santa Barbara

    SHELTER IN PLACE in the following areas:

    • Lower Eastside/Riviera in City of Santa Barbara
    • Santa Barbara County impact areas (Cave and Alisal)
    • Foxen Canyon/Santa Maria Mesa/Tepusquet areas in Northern Santa Barbara County
    • Identified properties and areas in and around Carpinteria associated with the Thomas Fire

    Read definitions for emergency protective actions to take for ORDERS, WARNINGS and SHELTER IN PLACE

    Resources & Information: 


    Shelter Locations

    • An evacuation center is open at La Colina Jr. High School, 4025 Foothill Rd., Santa Barbara
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the Veteran’s Memorial Building, 941 Walnut Ave., Carpinteria
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the SBCC Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara (SHELTER FULL AS OF 9 P.M. 1/9/23)
    • If you live in Mid or North County and need shelter assistance please call the County Call Center at 833-688-5551.
    • For animal evacuation information Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at
      805-681-4332.
      • if you need animal evacuation support outside those hours, please call the County Animal Services after-hours phone line at
        805-683-2724
    • For large animal evacuation assistance, please call 805-892-4484.
    • For Evacuation Center assistance and additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-688-5551 or call 2-1-1.
    • Click here to register for Emergency Alerts to receive any changes to protective actions.

    Road Closures

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT THE 33, THROUGH SANTA CLAUS LANE

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT WINCHESTER CANYON ROAD

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT MILPAS

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT STATE ROUTE 150

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT CLARK AVENUE IN NORTHERN SANTA BARBARA

    EXPECT FLOODING ALONG SECTIONS OF NORTHBOUND 101 THROUGHOUT SUMMERLAND & MONTECITO, WITH INTERMITTENT CLOSURES AND ON/OFFRAMP CLOSURES

    HIGHWAY 154 CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

    FULL CLOSURE OF HWY 166 FROM 101 NEAR SANTA MARIA TO HWY 33 ALONG THE CUYAMA HWY

    AVOID TRAVEL IF YOU ARE NOT IN AN EVACUATION ORDER ZONE. ROADS ARE FLOODED AND DANGEROUS.

    Check here for road closure information: https://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

    Additional storm-related road closure information here: https://www.countyofsb.org/3675/Storm-Related-Road-Closures


    School Closures

    Based on extreme and unpredictable weather conditions expected in the morning hours, and continued road closures and flooding, county Sheriff, Fire and EOC (Emergency Operations Center) officials are advising schools to remain closed (1/10/23). At this time, we have received confirmation that all Santa Barbara County public schools will be closed tomorrow, Jan. 10, 2023. Outside of an evacuation order, decisions about school closures are made on a school-by-school basis. Families in private schools should look for updates from their individual schools.


    Public Transporation

    Santa Barbara MTD Suspending Service as of 6:00 p.m. Monday Evening, Resume Around Noon Tuesday. The public should stay tuned to MTD’s Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/santabarbaramtd for updates on service.

    Santa Barbara Airport – The Santa Barbara Airport is currently CLOSED due to flooding. All commercial flights are cancelled until further notice. For the latest local alerts, visit www.readysbc.org. For information about specific flights, please contact your airline directly.

    Clean Air Express regional commuter service between South Coast and North County is suspended today (1/9/23) due to Hwy closure (and tomorrow (1/10/23) – planned). For the latest, visit www.cleanairexpress.com.

    VCTC Coastal Express service to and from Ventura County is suspended. For the latest, visit www.goventura.org.

    EasyLift ADA Paratransit remains operational with limited drivers in service to operate only life-sustaining trips (e.g. Dialysis) but can assist for evacuation of people with access and functional needs.

    AMTRAK SURFLINER train service is currently suspended between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo both directions.


    Update January 9, 2023, at 11:55 pm:

    Current Evacuations

    Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.

    EVACUATION ORDER in the following areas:

    • Carpinteria Creek properties
    • Montecito/Toro Canyon/Sycamore Canyon/Padaro Ln
    • Serena Park area in Carpinteria
    • Conejo Rd and Sycamore Creek properties in City of Santa Barbara

    SHELTER IN PLACE in the following areas:

    • Lower Eastside/Riviera in City of Santa Barbara
    • Santa Barbara County impact areas (Cave and Alisal)
    • Foxen Canyon/Santa Maria Mesa/Tepusquet areas in Northern Santa Barbara County
    • Identified properties and areas in and around Carpinteria associated with the Thomas Fire

    Read definitions for emergency protective actions to take for ORDERS, WARNINGS and SHELTER IN PLACE

    Resources & Information: 


    Shelter Locations

    • An Evacuation Center is open at Minami Community Center, 600 West Enos Drive, Santa Maria.
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the Veteran’s Memorial Building, 941 Walnut Ave., Carpinteria.
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the SBCC Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara (SHELTER FULL AS OF 9 P.M. 1/9/23)
    • An evacuation center will open at 9:30 p.m. (1/9/23) at La Colina Jr. High School to accommodate overflow from the Wake Center. Individuals in evacuation areas and those that cannot travel home are welcome to wait in the parking lot in their cars prior to the 9:30 p.m. opening.
    • For animal evacuation information Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at
      805-681-4332.
      • if you need animal evacuation support outside those hours, please call the County Animal Services after-hours phone line at
        805-683-2724
    • For large animal evacuation assistance, please call 805-892-4484.
    • For Evacuation Center assistance and additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-688-5551 or call 2-1-1.
    •  Click here to register for Emergency Alerts to receive any changes to protective actions.

    Road Closures

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT THE 33, THROUGH SANTA CLAUS LANE

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT WINCHESTER CANYON ROAD

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT MILPAS

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT STATE ROUTE 150

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT CLARK AVENUE IN NORTHERN SANTA BARBARA

    EXPECT FLOODING ALONG SECTIONS OF NORTHBOUND 101 THROUGHOUT SUMMERLAND & MONTECITO, WITH INTERMITTENT CLOSURES AND ON/OFFRAMP CLOSURES

    HIGHWAY 154 CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

    FULL CLOSURE OF HWY 166 FROM 101 NEAR SANTA MARIA TO HWY 33 ALONG THE CUYAMA HWY

    AVOID TRAVEL IF YOU ARE NOT IN AN EVACUATION ORDER ZONE. ROADS ARE FLOODED AND DANGEROUS.

    Check here for storm-related road closures: https://www.countyofsb.org/3675/Storm-Related-Road-Closures


    School Closures

    Based on extreme and unpredictable weather conditions expected in the morning hours, and continued road closures and flooding, county Sheriff, Fire and EOC (Emergency Operations Center) officials are advising schools to remain closed tomorrow (1/10/23). At this time, we have received confirmation that all Santa Barbara County public schools will be closed tomorrow, Jan. 10, 2023. Outside of an evacuation order, decisions about school closures are made on a school-by-school basis. Families in private schools should look for updates from their individual schools.


    Public Transporation

    Santa Barbara MTD Suspending Service as of 6:00 p.m. Monday Evening, Resume Around Noon Tuesday. The public should stay tuned to MTD’s Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/santabarbaramtd for updates on service.

    Santa Barbara Airport – The Santa Barbara Airport is currently CLOSED due to flooding. All commercial flights are cancelled until further notice. For the latest local alerts, visit www.readysbc.org. For information about specific flights, please contact your airline directly.

    Clean Air Express regional commuter service between South Coast and North County is suspended today (1/9/23) due to Hwy closure (and tomorrow (1/10/23) – planned). For the latest, visit www.cleanairexpress.com.

    VCTC Coastal Express service to and from Ventura County is suspended. For the latest, visit www.goventura.org.

    EasyLift ADA Paratransit remains operational with limited drivers in service to operate only life-sustaining trips (e.g. Dialysis) but can assist for evacuation of people with access and functional needs.

    AMTRAK SURFLINER train service is currently suspended between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo both directions.


    Update January 9, 2023, at 7:22 pm:

    EVACUATION ORDER issued for all of Montecito/Toro Canyon/Sycamore Canyon/Padaro Ln.
    EVACUATION ORDER. Serena Park area in Carpinteria. Flooding.
    SB CITY FIRE: EVACUATION ORDER. Conejo Rd and Sycamore Creek properties.
    SB CITY ISSUED SHELTER IN PLACE: Lower Eastside/Riviera, Santa Barbara. Stay inside or go to high ground.
    SHELTER IN PLACE in Santa Barbara County impact areas (Cave and Alisal) and Foxen Canyon/Santa Maria Mesa/Tepusquet areas. Flooding in the area. Stay inside or go to high ground.

    Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.

    Resources & Information: 

    • An Evacuation Center is open at Atkinson Community Center, 1000 North Railroad Ave., Santa Maria. 
    • An Evacuation Center is open at Minami Community Center, 600 West Enos Drive, Santa Maria.
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the Veteran’s Memorial Building, 941 Walnut Ave., Carpinteria.
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the SBCC Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara (SHELTER FULL AS OF 9 P.M. 1/9/23)
    • An evacuation center will open at 9:30 p.m. (1/9/23) at La Colina Jr. High School to accommodate overflow from the Wake Center. Individuals in evacuation areas and those that cannot travel home are welcome to wait in the parking lot in their cars prior to the 9:30 p.m. opening.
    • For animal evacuation information Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at
      805-681-4332.
      • if you need animal evacuation support outside those hours, please call the County Animal Services after-hours phone line at
        805-683-2724
    • For large animal evacuation assistance, please call 805-892-4484.
    • For Evacuation Center assistance and additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-688-5551 or call 2-1-1.
    • Click here to register for Emergency Alerts to receive any changes to protective actions.

    HIGHWAY CLOSURES:

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT THE 33, THROUGH SANTA CLAUS LANE

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT WINCHESTER CANYON ROAD

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT MILPAS

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT STATE ROUTE 150

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT CLARK AVENUE IN NORTHERN SANTA BARBARA

    EXPECT FLOODING ALONG SECTIONS OF NORTHBOUND 101 THROUGHOUT SUMMERLAND & MONTECITO, WITH INTERMITTENT CLOSURES AND ON/OFFRAMP CLOSURES

    HIGHWAY 154 CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

    FULL CLOSURE OF HWY 166 FROM 101 NEAR SANTA MARIA TO HWY 33 ALONG THE CUYAMA HWY

    AVOID TRAVEL IF YOU ARE NOT IN AN EVACUATION ORDER ZONE. ROADS ARE FLOODED AND DANGEROUS.

    Check here for storm-related road closures: https://www.countyofsb.org/3675/Storm-Related-Road-Closures

    Local Schools 

    Update from Santa Barbara Unified

    Based on extreme and unpredictable weather conditions expected in the morning hours, and continued road closures and flooding, county Sheriff, Fire and EOC (Emergency Operations Center) officials are advising schools to remain closed tomorrow (1/10/23). At this time, we have received confirmation that all Santa Barbara County public schools will be closed tomorrow, Jan. 10, 2023. Outside of an evacuation order, decisions about school closures are made on a school-by-school basis. Families in private schools should look for updates from their individual schools.

    Public Transportation 

    Santa Barbara MTD Suspending Service as of 6:00 p.m. Monday Evening, Resume Around Noon Tuesday. The public should stay tuned to MTD’s Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/santabarbaramtd for updates on service.

    Santa Barbara Airport – The Santa Barbara Airport is currently CLOSED due to flooding. All commercial flights are cancelled until further notice. For the latest local alerts, visit www.readysbc.org. For information about specific flights, please contact your airline directly.

    Clean Air Express regional commuter service between South Coast and North County is suspended today (1/9/23) due to Hwy closure (and tomorrow (1/10/23) – planned). For the latest, visit www.cleanairexpress.com.

    VCTC Coastal Express service to and from Ventura County is suspended. For the latest, visit www.goventura.org.

    EasyLift ADA Paratransit remains operational with limited drivers in service to operate only life-sustaining trips (e.g. Dialysis) but can assist for evacuation of people with access and functional needs.

    AMTRAK SURFLINER train service is currently suspended between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo both directions.


    Update January 9, 2023, at 6:57 pm:

    EVACUATION ORDER has been issued for all of Montecito/Toro Canyon/Sycamore Canyon/Padaro Ln. Leave now.
    EVACUATION ORDER. Serena Park area in Carpinteria. Flooding. Leave now.
    SB CITY FIRE: EVACUATION ORDER. Conejo Rd and Sycamore Creek properties. Leave now.
    SB CITY ISSUED SHELTER IN PLACE: Lower Eastside/Riviera, Santa Barbara. Stay inside or go to high ground.

    Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.

    Residents should:

    • Leave Now!
    • Expect strong winds which can cause debris to fall onto roadways and power outages.
    • BE PREPARED to sustain yourself and your household for multiple days if you choose not to evacuate, as you may not be able to leave the area and emergency responders may not be able to access your property in the event of road damage, flooding, or a debris flow.

    A SHELTER IN PLACE remains in effect for Santa Barbara County impact areas (Cave and Alisal). Go to innermost room or high ground. DO NOT attempt to leave. If already evacuated, remain out of the area.

    Resources & Information:

    • An Evacuation Center is open at the SBCC Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara.
    • An Evacuation Center is open at the Veteran’s Memorial Building, 941 Walnut Ave., Carpinteria.
    • For animal evacuation information, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at 805-681-4332.
    • For large animal evacuation assistance, please call 805-892-4484.
    • For Evacuation Center assistance and additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 833-688-5551 or call 2-1-1.
    • Click here to register for Emergency Alerts to receive any changes to protective actions.

    HIGHWAY CLOSURES:

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT THE 33, THROUGH SANTA CLAUS LANE

    NORTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT WINCHESTER CANYON ROAD

    SOUTHBOUND 101 CLOSED AT MILPAS

    EXPECT FLOODING ALONG SECTIONS OF NORTHBOUND 101 THROUGHOUT SUMMERLAND & MONTECITO, WITH INTERMITTENT CLOSURES AND ON/OFFRAMP CLOSURES

    HIGHWAY 154 CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

    AVOID TRAVEL IF YOU ARE NOT IN AN EVACUATION ORDER ZONE. ROADS ARE FLOODED AND DANGEROUS.

    Check here for storm-related road closures: https://www.countyofsb.org/3675/Storm-Related-Road-Closures

    Local Schools 

    Update from Santa Barbara Unified

    Based on extreme and unpredictable weather conditions expected in the morning hours, and continued road closures and flooding, county Sheriff, Fire and EOC (Emergency Operations Center) officials are advising schools to remain closed tomorrow (1/10/23). At this time, we have received confirmation that all Santa Barbara County public schools will be closed tomorrow, Jan. 10, 2023. Outside of an evacuation order, decisions about school closures are made on a school-by-school basis. Families in private schools should look for updates from their individual schools.

    Public Transportation 

    Santa Barbara MTD Suspending Service as of 6:00 p.m. Monday Evening, Resume Around Noon Tuesday. The public should stay tuned to MTD’s Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/santabarbaramtd for updates on service.

    Santa Barbara Airport – The Santa Barbara Airport is currently CLOSED due to flooding. All commercial flights are cancelled until further notice. For the latest local alerts, visit www.readysbc.org. For information about specific flights, please contact your airline directly


    January 9, 2023, at 4:23 pm:

    An EVACUATION ORDER EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Jan. 9, 2023 for the following areas due to threats to life safety caused by the ongoing storm:

    • ENTIRE COMMUNITY OF MONTECITO.
    • ALL RESIDENTS OF TORO CANYON, PADARO LANE FROM CALLE REAL TO SANTA CLAUS LANE IN CARPINTERIA AND SUMMERLAND AREAS.
    • SERENA PARK AREA IN CARPINTERIA.
    • ALL RESIDENTS OF SYCAMORE CANYON IN CITY OF SANTA BARBARA AND COMMUNITY OF MONTECITO.
    • ALL CAMPGROUNDS FROM RINCON TO GAVIOTA INCLUDING GAVIOTA STATE BEACH, REFUGIO STATE BEACH AND CARPINTERIA STATE BEACH.

    LEAVE NOW! This is a rapidly evolving situation.

    Please pay close attention to emergency alerts.

    SHELTER IN PLACE REMAINS IN PLACE for ALISAL FIRE Burn Scar and identified properties in CAVE FIRE burn scar pending further notification.

    Click here to access the Santa Barbara County 2023 January Winter Storm Incident Map.


    An Evacuation Center is open at the Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara. For animal evacuation information, call Santa Barbara County Animal Services at (805) 681-4332.

    For additional information, contact the Santa Barbara County Call Center at (833) 688-5551 or call 2-1-1.


    REGISTER TO RECEIVE PUBLIC SAFETY ALERTS: If you haven’t registered for emergency alerts, please do so at ReadySBC.org. Click on the red icon to register to receive emergency alerts via text, phone call, and email.

    https://www.readysbc.org/
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