No injuries have been reported in the city, according to a tweet from the Pleasanton Police Department. No injuries have been reported from other Tri Valley cities.
But the danger isn’t over yet, as Dublin city officials wrote on Twitter.
So, as in other cities, Dublin officials are urging residents to start preparing for the coming storm by cleaning gutters and storm drains, stocking up on sandbags and checking with their neighbors. .
Sandbags were restocked in Tri-Valley cities and are still being provided to residents.
Aside from a blown transformer that caused multiple street light outages, as in Livermore, some of the other power-related damage caused by Wednesday’s storm was seen in San Ramon today.
According to the San Ramon Police Department’s Twitter page, the city was having trouble with its traffic lights as the rain continued through Thursday.
Also, like the town of Danville, multiple roads were closed around the valley and Front Street north of Diablo Road was closed due to erosion of the creekside levee.
“Town traffic officials have closed the north side of Front Street from Diablo Road to Rose Street,” Danville town officials said in a press release. “A complete road closure of Front Street is expected early Friday morning to begin repairs. The embankment has stabilized and aggressive tree removal should be undertaken to avoid further damage to the roadway.”
In Sunol, Kilkarre Road remains closed as residents near the area were asked to evacuate their homes and shelter was provided to Washington High School in Fremont.
Livermore also provided shelter during Wednesday’s storm, placing 20 residents without shelter in hotel rooms thanks to CityServe in Tri-Valley, the city’s social services community partner.