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  • Staffordshire terrier and catHome for the Holidays

    Bring a furever friend home for the holidays.

    Monterey County Animal Services is holding a Home for the Holidays pet adoption special which will run through December 31. The goal of the holiday adoption promotion is to increase adoptions and to ultimately find new homes for homeless animals.

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  • group of people with snowman CDCHealthy Holidays!

    Brighten the holidays by making your health and safety a priority. Take steps to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy—and ready to enjoy the holidays.

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  • car-in-forest_M1Nw_Uuu  GSTraveling by car this holiday season?  

    You can avoid many dangerous weather problems by planning ahead.  Plan long trips carefully, listening to the radio or television for the latest weather forecasts and road conditions. If bad weather is forecast, drive only if absolutely necessary.

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  • flooding picture houses EPADid Your Property Flood?

    Did your property flood during the most recent storms?

    Find resources for recovery after flooding through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  Additional assistance is available through the Environmental Health Bureau.  Please contact 831-755-4505 for assistance.

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Beach Rain Advisory – All Monterey County Beaches

 3:12pm 12/11/2014 All Monterey County Beaches have been posted with a rain advisory.  The public is advised not to have ocean water contact for three (3) days after the last rain event. It is recommended that you do not swim in or have contact with storm drain water.  Bacteria, viruses,... Read more →

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Preparedness Minute: Preparing for Flooding

 Even if you are not in the area affected by this year’s wildfires, it is still important to know about planning for flooding. This summer’s fires have removed much of the vegetation that acts as a natural rainfall sponge allowing rainfall to run off much more rapidly.  In addition, the... Read more →

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Natividad Medical Center on course to be designated Trauma Center

Final Trauma Site Survey completed Natividad Medical Center (NMC) has passed the final hurdle toward becoming the designated Level 2 Trauma Center for Monterey County.    On Friday, December 5th, NMC underwent a scheduled one-day Trauma Site Survey.  The independent survey team of trauma experts from Los Angeles reviewed the current... Read more →