Are you prepared?

Published by The Bee News

August 17, 2023

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Bullhead City – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric (NOAA) forecasters are projecting heavy rainfall and flash flooding to occur in the Tristate area over the next several days, beginning as soon as Friday afternoon. This is due to the growing tropical storm Hilary in the eastern Pacific Ocean that is projected to move into the Southwest United States, directly impacting the tristate area. We urge citizens to be prepared by taking precautions before the predicted storms arrive.


Free sandbags will be available at Fire Station #1, 1260 Hancock Rd.

Monday – Friday between 8 am and 5 pm (office closes between 12-1 pm).

Not available for pick up on weekends.

Bags are limited to twenty per household, and sand will not be provided.

For additional information, please call 928-758-3971.

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