San Bernardino County declares a local state of emergency.
Trash pick-up in Pasadena will occur as normal on Monday, August 21. Residents are urged to place mixed waste, recycling and yard waste containers up on the curb as close to 7:00 am as possible only if they won't be blocked by parked cars, otherwise place containers at least 3 feet from curb to let water flow between them and the curb to avoid containers being pushed away from residence.
For animal-related emergencies within our animal care and control service area, contact Pasadena Humane animal control at 626.792.7151 ext. 102.
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PUSD Interim Superintendent, Elizabeth Blanco, announced that schools will be closed on Monday, August 21.
San Gabriel Unified School District: We will be open for the first day of school on Monday, August 21, 2023.
Los Angeles Fire Chief Kristin Crowley reported that one person was plucked from the L.A. River shortly after firefighters responded to a call about two cars in the flood control channel.
Los Angeles Unified and San Diego Unified schools will be closed Monday, August 21.
Weather service meteorologist Casey Oswant: "The storm is collapsing in on itself, so there is not a super defined core anymore. The closest thing is over coastal waters."
Potential impacts from the flooding rain are still unfolding across the area of most concern, namely the San Gabriel Mountain and Antelope Valley of Los Angeles County.