• San Gabriel’s Wind Damage Report

    The following information is based on damage assessments through late afternoon Friday, December 2, and should be considered preliminary and subject to change.


    • Residential Assets
      • 200 Structural damage including roof and fence
      • 30 Vehicles
    • Business Assets
      • 100 Businesses (awnings, signs, roofs)
    • Government Assets
      • 1 Building
      • 400 sq. ft. of sidewalk/roadway pavement
      • 40 Signs
      • Undetermined quantity of streetlights, lamps and shade
      • 200-300 Trees
      • 2 Vehicles

    The estimated total damages are figured to be $1,665,000


    • 50 Tons of debris removal/disposal
    • 130 Personnel for Emergency Protective Measure
    • Roads and bridge system: Non-Federal – N/A
    • Water Control Facility – N/A
    • Public Buildings and Equipment
      • 10 buildings
      • 80 Equipment including vehicles
    • Public Utilities: Water, Power – N/A
    • Parks and Recreation
      • 5 Park trees
      • 2 Vehicles

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