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Public Safety Power Shutdown Map






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Tsunami Inundation Map

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Debris Flow Risk Areas

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This map shows the areas that are at risk for debris flows. Updated on December 3rd, 2018 after additional scientific analysis was completed.  These areas will be included in an evacuation during a predicted debris flow causing storm.

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1/9 Debris Flow Event Maps

FEMA – Interactive Recovery Mapping

FEMA Interim Advisory Flood Recovery Maps

Recovery Maps were developed so that communities and citizens make better informed decisions about rebuilding. Recovery Maps do not replace the current effective Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM)

Property and business owners should consult with their local building official to fully understand how this new data can be used to support rebuilding efforts. The Recovery Maps do not impact rating for flood Insurance.

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Map FAQs

FEMA Map Overview Video, June 14, 2018

Interactive Map of Affected Properties

An interactive map of properties affected by the Thomas Fire and the subsequent January 2018 Storm

An interactive map of properties affected by the Thomas Fire and the subsequent January 2018 Storm is available  Read the instructions on its use. This map is updated on a periodic schedule and should be used for informational purposes only. For the most up-to-date information regarding your property, please contact the assigned case manager or Planning and Development Zoning Information Counter at (805) 568-2090.

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Road Closures

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Map of the unincorporated portions of the County of Santa Barbara. This map includes the Santa Barbara County boundary, local City boundaries and Current Road Closures. This map is for reference only.

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The County on Twitter

Be Radio Ready

Radio Ready

During an emergency when the power is out and when critical and timely information must get out to the general public, the County Office of Emergency Management will utilize satellite equipment to regularly communicate with designated County radio stations that have generators and can continue to broadcast. Visit this link for a list of stations to check if you lose power and cannot access the Internet.

Contact The County

105 E. Anapamu St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone: 211