• SMPD Update on Wind


    This is the City of San Marino with updated information as of 1pm on Monday, Dec 5th.

    The City has transitioned from a response to a recovery posture. As we continue to recover from this historic windstorm, we have two main priorities that we will be working on.

    First, and foremost, is the restoration of power to all San Marino residents and businesses. From the time that the windstorm hit, to now, and into the future, the City has and will continue to aggressively advocate for its residents and businesses with Edison. Currently, Edison is reporting that there are 328 customers without power in San Marino. In order to assist Edison, we are putting together a list of those addresses that do not have power. We will send this list to Edison and strongly encourage them to make repairs quickly. Please call the City’s Emergency Hotline at 300-0745 or 300-0746 between the hours of 8am and 5pm to report that your power is out or if you know a neighbor whose power is still out. If you happen to connect to voicemail, please leave a message with your name, address, and phone number and we will return your call promptly during business hours. Additionally, Edison has opened an Assistance Center in Arcadia at the Los Angeles County Regional Park in the northeast corner of the parking lot. You can get ice, flashlights, and water until 4pm today. If you would like to contact Edison directly, they can be reached at 800-611-1911 for more information. You can also go to www.SCE.com

    If you are elderly and your power is still out and you are in desperate need of food or water, please contact Police Dispatch at 300-0720.

    Second, is the clean-up of the extensive debris throughout the City. Please be patient because the removal of this debris is estimated to take over two weeks. We have crews solely dedicated to debris removal and appreciate any assistance the residents and businesses can provide through your normal landscapers. Look for the big roll-off dumpsters from Athens Services to discard your greenwaste only.

    We would also like to let you know that Crowell Library and the San Marino Center will continue to be closed until power is restored. Lacy Park will be closed for the next two weeks due to the extensive damage that has occurred within the park.

    The City will continue toallow on street overnight parkingthrough the week.

    If you have found these messages helpful and would also like to receive the City’s Community Alert Messages (CAMS) go to CAMS Sign Up .

    Until the recovery process is complete, we will continue to send you informational updates.

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