State of Emergency Declared in San Diego County Due to Flooding

  • Jan 30, 2024

Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in Southern California due to recent flooding. The San Diego County Department of Weights and Measures is collecting Agricultural Damage Assessment forms on behalf of agricultural operations that have experienced impacts due to recent rain events. The form, which will be used to report impacts and determine eligibility for federal and state aid, can be returned to an AWM office or emailed to [email protected].

If agricultural operations have experienced damage outside of crop damage or damage related to the operation, they can fill out County’s damage form. This form is for informational gathering only and does not guarantee operations will be eligible for disaster relief assistance.

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