County: Monterey, CA | Incident: Winter Weather 2023 |
Resource Type: Maps and Recovery Resources
Monterey County – Winter Weather – Re-entry, Repopulation, and Recovery Information
On 3/23/2023 Pajaro opened for re-entry. Re-entry is an opportunity to go back into the community to assess damage and start the clean-up process. At this time homes in Pajaro are not considered habitable because they do not have water or sewer utilities so it is not advised that residents say in their homes even if they do not have damage from the flooding.
For a map of Map of Pajaro Sanitation and Bus Routes, click Sanitation and Bus Services.
For a copy of Inspected and Unsafe signs, click Monterey County Health Department.
- What does it mean if my house was has been marked with a red tag?
The Building Department has determined that the structure is not safe to enter or occupy. It is likely that extensive construction will be required. Contact Building Services at (831) 755-5025 for additional information
- What does it mean if my house was marked with a yellow tag?
The outside of the structure was inspected by Environmental Health Bureau and the Building Department and no apparent signs of structural and sanitary damages were observed. However, the site is restricted to entry/access for cleaning because sewer (toilet flushing) and running water are not currently available.
For recovery resources and repopulation information please click Monterey County Office Of Emergency Services.
For a map of impacted homes based on field damage assessments please click Express Structure Status.