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Joined: 06/19/2007
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Flooding reported on Scott Road

For the first time this rainy season, the sensors say Deer Creek has flooded Scott Road – as you can see on the traffic report on RanchoMurieta.com's home page. We have been monitoring the county flood sensors for the last several days, and they've shown no substantial change in Deer Creek levels until the last two hours, when they've rocketed into the FLOODED stage. We will continue to watch, and we'll appreciate your help monitoring Deer Creek. Please be careful. Don't do anything foolish.

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Joined: 08/07/2007
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Scott Road Flooding

At midnite, Sun 06Jan2019, Scott Road at Deer Creek, H2O just at roadway level just south of creek channel-passable, scattered flotsom-jetsom on roadway from 1 hr earlier flooding reported by RM.com/SacFlood alert links. Also Scott at second hairpin dip avout 3 miles north of Barton Ranch flooded with about 2 inches of H2O pooled/crossing roadway. Tree debris from high winds on Scott at roller coaster. No flooding signs posted either end of Scott; White Rock nor Stonehouse. Careful our there in morning commute.

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Joined: 08/07/2007
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Scott Road Flooded/Impassible

5:15 a,m, Sunday, 10Feb2019, approached Deer Creek from North, on Scott Road: road flooded, more than 1.1 ft H2O, Fence Down there, completely straddling, blocking roadway/partially submerged, Scott road is impassible at Deer Creek, also minor flooding across roadway in dip near 2nd hairpin, North Scott. No "road closed/flooded" signs posted either end Scott; Scott/Whiterock, nor Scott/Latrobe, nor Stonehouse/Jackson. Don't attempt crossing with that downed fence in roadway!

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Joined: 08/03/2007
Posts: 920
Alerts not received

I signed up for the text & email alerts and they had been working prior to this last flooding. But this past Sunday Feb. 10th nothing was received.  Fortunately I always go to RM.com every morning.

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Joined: 06/19/2007
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Email/text alerts are only in testing

Traffic and flooding alerts by email/text are being tested. If we get the alerts running to our satisfaction, we'll let you know when they're live. On the other hand, the traffic/flooding alerts on the home page, which are updated multiple times an hour 24/7, are reliable information.

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