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Posted on: January 25, 2021

City Sandbag Filling Station Open for Rainy Season

Rain Ready - Sand bag pile

The City’s sandbag filling station is open for residents throughout the rainy season. For City of Santa Rosa residents who need to control rain run-off on their property, sand and bags are available for free at the City Municipal Services Center North located at 55 Stony Point Road. The yard is open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Materials are available throughout the entire rain season, not only during storm events.

Residents must present an ID with a City of Santa Rosa address in order to drive into the Municipal Services Center Yard and access the sandbag filling station. Shovels are onsite to use for loading bags. Residents should plan to transport the sandbags in a vehicle they don't mind getting dirty. The sand has been stored outdoors so sandbags may be heavy and muddy to transport.

For questions, residents should contact 707-543-3800, Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm, or 707-543-3805 weekends, holidays and after-hours.

Here's a quick look at the City's sandbag filling station, so you know what to expect before arriving:


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