Windsor Blvd has reopened and the Emergency Access Road across the ranch has been closed. Please drive carefully as flood waters may return. Cambria CSD Fire Department will be monitoring through the night as we are still in a flash flood warning.
Cambria and the County of San Luis Obispo is under a flash flood warning from the National Weather Service. There is localized flooding throughout Cambria which may get worse.
The Santa Rosa Creek crested its banks and has begun to overflow the bridge at Windsor Blvd, at the entrance to Park Hill in Cambria. San Luis Obispo County Roads has been notified and Windsor Blvd has been shut down to all traffic until further notice.
Your Cambria CSD Fire Department has been busy all night long, keeping Cambria safe during this severe weather pattern. The fire department up-staffed several fire apparatus, as we responded to multiple calls for service simultaneously throughout the night. These calls for service included a large tree into a home, a tree into a water line, multiple trees into powerlines, and multiple trees across…
Today at 2pm, the Cambria CSD Fire Chief attended the San Luis Obispo County Operational Area Storm Coordination Group conference call, on behalf of the Cambria CSD and all Cambrians. A weather report was directly given to the cooperating agencies from a representative with the National Weather Service. See below.
Cambria CSD Fire Department wants to make sure the community is prepared for the strong storm coming to Central Coast, over the next 48 hours. We anticipate some Gale force winds, localized flooding, downed trees, and downed power lines. Please make sure you review the National Weather Service Atmospheric River Event document posted below and make sure you and your family have a survival plan in…
As of 1/2/2023 at 7:24pm, sand is no longer available at the Schoolhouse location.
Cambria CSD Fire Department would like to remind all Cambrians and visitors to be mindful during the current weather events. Cambria is forecasted to receive heavy rain and sustained winds, potentially causing localized flooding of some roadways as well as downed trees and power lines. Remember to never attempt to drive through a flooded roadway and to stay away from downed power lines.