2024 Winter Storms Information

The next round of rain is anticipated to arrive in our area on Wednesday. Residents are advised to monitor local forecasts from the National Weather Service for additional information and updates.

Although the precipitation totals from this weekend’s storm were not large, soils throughout the county are already well saturated – meaning they have less ability to absorb additional water. Minor flooding is possible during additional storm events, and residents should remain aware of the potential for downed trees and power lines. Additionally, rock falls and minor debris flows can be expected to continue to occur throughout the county – even when it is not raining.  


  • If you have concerns for your home and safety, be proactive! DO NOT WAIT to receive an official evacuation notification to leave!
  • Residents with limited road access or that reside in previously impacted areas may become isolated during future storms.
  • Residents near hillside areas that may be vulnerable to land movement, such as mud or debris flows, should remain vigilant to changes in local conditions.
  • Residents in areas with known geologic hazards, such as La Conchita, should exercise due diligence in monitoring local conditions and taking early action to evacuate during periods of increased risk. Visit our La Conchita Community Information Page for additional information.
  • Be prepared to leave, seek high ground, or shelter in-place before roads, creeks and waterways are flowing.
  • If conditions are resulting in an immediate danger to your life safety, and you require assistance evacuating, call 9-1-1.


There are currently no active incidents.


There are currently no evacuation warnings or orders in effect. 

Ventura County Sheriff’s Emergency Services is collecting data on damaged property following the recent storms. This information is then shared with Cal OES and FEMA to assist with qualifying Ventura County as a disaster area. If your property suffered damage during the recent storms, please submit a damage report by clicking on the button below. 


  • For a map of current emergency road closures, please visit the Realtime Incident Dashboard.
  • For the status of County roadways and closures, visit the County Public Works Department road closures website.
  • For the status of area State highway road conditions (1, 23, 33, 101, 118, 150, and 232) visit the Caltrans website, or access their Mobile Quickmap. Alternatively, you can call 1-800-427-7623 for current road information.

 Highway 150 Closure:

  • The highway is closed in both directions due to a mudslide that began impacting the road on 2/19/2024.
  • The slope failure occurred just north of the city of Santa Paula, in the vicinity of mile marker 31.4, near Bridge Road.
    • The resulting debris flow covers the entire highway for a length of more than 50 yards.
  • The road is expected to remain impassable into May as Caltrans crews work to remediate the slide.


There are currently no active incidents.