Through the California Department of Social Services and local governments, the state is working to ensure Californians impacted by winter storms have access to shelters and other resources.
There are currently 10 shelters open across 5 counties. The total census is 560.
The following emergency shelters are open as of March 28, 2023, at 0800 hours:
|Humboldt||Stevens Hall||130 School Rd||Miranda||Open||2|
|San Joaquin||Manteca Senior Center||295 Cherry Lane||Manteca||Open||19|
|Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz County Fairgounds – Harvest Building||2601 E Lake Ave||Watsonville||Open||143|
|Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz County Fairgounds – JJ Crosetti Building||2601 E Lake Ave||Watsonville||Open||130|
|Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds – Fine Arts Bldg||2601 East Lake Ave||Watsonville||Open||65|
|Stanislaus||Stanislaus County Fairgrounds||900 N Broadway||Turlock||Open||23|
|Stanislaus||Salvation Army, Red Shield Community Center||1649 Las Vegas Street||Modesto||Open||6|
|Tulare||Exeter Veterans Memorial Building||324 N Kaweah Ave||Exeter||Open||31|
|Tulare||Porterville College||100 E College Ave||Porterville||Open||134|
|Tulare||Tulare County Fairgrounds: Gate 7, Building 5||215 Martin Luther King Jr Ave||Tulare||Open||7|