Mission Viejo to Pass out Sandbags to Residents

If you want 'em, they're yours, up to 10 per household.

Sandbags are available to Mission Viejo residents from the city. Patch file photo.
Sandbags are available to Mission Viejo residents from the city. Patch file photo.

The city of Mission Viejo is making sandbags available to residents who may need them to protect their property against the expected deluge.

Sand bags are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week through April on a first-come, first-served basis, according to a city press release. Bags are pre-filled and are limited to 10 bags per resident. Residents can pick up sand bags throughout the city at the following locations:

  • Alicia Park, 23650 Via Linda
  • Animal Services Center, 28095 Hillcrest
  • Mission Viejo Civic Center, 200 Civic Center
  • Florence Joyner Olympiad Park, 22760 Olympiad Road
  • Gilleran Park, 24960 Felipe Road
  • Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way
  • Youth Athletic Park, 22056 Olympiad Road

 The city also offers these tips to prepare for the rain and to help prevent runoff:

  • Clear debris from gutters, downspouts and low areas in yards or patios that could cause water back-ups
  • Prevent runoff pollution into streets and storm drains by collecting any trash or landscape clippings from your property into their designated disposal containers
  • Check your drains to make sure they haven't gotten clogged. If they are, clean them and properly dispose of the debris
  • Check the catch basin at the end of your street. If it's clogged, call Public Services at 949-470-3095
  • Make sure your irrigation system has been adjusted for the change in weather


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