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Mari-Lyn Harris
Sedona Pies, "Feed the hungry one pie at a time."
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I think we all need a little treat - come get one April 15 for Easter. at SJMade 11:00am - 3:00pm.

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What day would be best to do a Maker Podcast? It would be about interviewing makers in the creative arts/food space. Please check off leave a comment.

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If you missed ordering your pie for Pi day - do it today for the weekend! #sedonapies
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Are you related to Johnny? if so contact me.

What or who are you standing up for? There are so many groups and people that need help it's becoming overwhelming. What do you think is the best way to participate in the role of a citizen. Not just being resident?

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Storm Update 4:00 P.M.
Communications Office from City of San José · 1h ago
The City of San José continues to monitor stream flows in Coyote Creek and has opened two evacuation centers and one overnight shelter for residents who choose to voluntarily evacuate their homes in low-lying areas along Coyote Creek.

Evacuation Centers – Now Open
Roosevelt Community Center – 901 E. Santa Clara St. SJ 95116
Shirakawa Community Center – 2072 Lucretia Ave 95122

The evacuation centers offer a location for residents to connect with family and friends in a safe and dry place while making plans for other shelter if needed. They are not intended as overnight shelters, but they will remain open as drop-in centers overnight tonight as a convenience to residents. Water and snacks are available.

Overnight Shelter (Red Cross) - Open at 7:00 P.M.

James Lick High School – 57 N. White Rd 95127

The overnight shelter will be operated in coordination with the Red Cross and the San Jose Department of Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services. If necessary the City may open a second overnight shelter or keep this open Tuesday night also. This shelter cannot accept pets, but residents can take their pets to the San Jose Animal Shelter for safekeeping. The Shelter is located at 2750 Monterey Road, San Jose;

Coyote Creek Encampments Alerts -- Homelessness Services

Over the last several days, the San José Housing Department has conducted extensive outreach to alert people living outdoors along Coyote Creek about dangers associated with camping by the creek. The City has opened its four winter overnight warming centers as it regularly does during periods of cold and wet weather. More information here:

Tully Community Library – 880 Tully Road
Bascom Community Center – 1000 S. Bascom Avenue
Biblioteca Lationamericana – 921 S. 1st Street (ADA Accessible)
Washington United Youth Center – 921B S. 1st Street (Designated for Families)

Be Prepared

High stream flows in Coyote Creek could cause low-lying areas near Coyote Creek. Peak flows from the Anderson Dam spillway are expected mid-morning Tuesday, and therefore would affect downstream areas of Coyote Creek later in the day,

Residents and businesses are encouraged to visit the Santa Clara Valley Water District for more information resources,

As storm conditions change, the City will be posting updates.

Sandbags locations

San Jose: City Mabury Service Yard, 1404 Mabury Road, San Jose, CA 95133
San Jose: City Central Service Yard, 1661 Senter Road at Phelan Ave., San Jose, CA 95122
San Jose: Santa Clara Valley Water District Winfield Warehouse, Winfield Boulevard between Blossom Hill Road and Coleman Avenue, San Jose, CA 95123

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