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Evacuation Update Statement from Yuba County Sheriff’s Office
(Posted 2/17/2017)

The evacuation status for the Yuba County communities of District 10, Hallwood, Linda, Olivehurst, and Plumas Lake remains an Evacuation Advisory. Sheriff Durfor and the Sheriff’s Command Staff would like to thank the community for their ongoing cooperation and patience as we continue to closely monitor the situation at Oroville Dam and locally with our rivers and levees in an effort to make the best possible decisions for the safety of our citizens in Yuba County. We would like to assure everyone that we are in constant contact and working closely with our local Office of Emergency Services and neighboring public safety partners in Yuba and Sutter, as well as Butte County, and CA Department of Water Resources and CA Office of Emergency Services. All Yuba County offices and Courts are back to a normal schedule today. Our Jail Division has been in the process of re-populating the Jail with inmates that were evacuated to Placer and Nevada County. The Jail will resume the normal visitation schedule once the population is completely housed. Citizens may notice an increased presence of out of the area law enforcement agencies and military in the Yuba-Sutter area; and we want to reassure everyone that their assignment here is not a cause for additional concern and that they are here in a support role to our local public safety agencies during this time. We want to stress that although the Evacuation Order was reduced to an Advisory, you should maintain awareness and continue to be prepared in the event of another Evacuation Order if needed. We also want to encourage everyone to please monitor legitimate news sources with direct information coming from the professionals and experts working closely with the emergency. There has been an overwhelming amount of mis-information shared that has added an unnecessary burden to an already tense situation. We encourage everyone to follow direct sources of information such as Office of Emergency Services, Ca. Dept. of Water Resources and your local government public safety officials. The public information line for Yuba County OES is 530-749-7520; and you can sign up for emergency alerts at www.bepreparedyuba.org.

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