The Silicon Valley Community Foundation has setup a special fund for San Jose flood victims. It just takes 60 seconds to make a donation and I'm sure it will go a long way for neighbors whose lives have been turned upside-down by the unprecedented flood. You can access the San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund over here.
Please be careful with any foods that went unrefrigerated, and, when in doubt throw it out. See our infographics for more details in three languages:
Contact Mollie Tobias
(408) 535-3588 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Emergency Operations Center is asking people who would like to donate goods to work with the Salvation Army or Goodwill.
This is a safe place for affected residents, regardless of immigration status, to receive resources. Read more here.
This information is available as a flyer in:
|8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Saturday, March 4|
U-Haul Company of South Bay is offering 30 days of free self-storage to those impacted by the floods.
Call Santa Clara County Household Hazardous Program (408) 299-7300
Any misfortune or calamity that was not the fault of the property owner or the party responsible for the taxes eligible for property tax relief under Section 170 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code under certain requirements.
Read more at the Santa Clara County Assessor's website.
The City will waive all permit and inspection fees for victims of the flood. Call the Permit Center for more information 408-535-3555.
Most recent map of cleared and evacuated areas
Updated 5:10 p.m. 2/24/2017
Was your car towed during the Coyote Creek Flood? Vehicle owners will not be charged tow fees, and will need to follow these simple steps to collect their vehicle:
Residents can visit the San Jose Police Department Auto Desk (201 West Mission Street) or call at (408) 277-4263.
Medications exposed to flood water are considered contaminated, and should not be used. To assist the 2017 San Jose flood evacuees with filling their lost medications, the Santa Clara County Pharmacy will make every attempt to provide a one-time fill of their prescriptions.