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Murrieta Creek Flooding Murrieta Residents?

6/21/2022 (Permalink)

A creek has overflown its banks. You can count on us to respond to storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day in Riverside County.

Our Murrieta team restores storm damage every year in the Murrieta area. The City of Murrieta’s website offers information on safety threats for the region. According to the city’s report on flood hazards, Murrieta lies within the inland portion of the Santa Margarita River Basin. Murrieta Creek and Temecula Creek are the main tributaries of the Santa Margarita River. Murrieta Creek drains approximately 220 square miles of the upper watershed, runs through the Murrieta Valley, and flows through a portion of the city between Interstate 15 and the base of the Santa Rosa Plateau. Stream flows for Murrieta Creek vary, and flooding frequently occurs in Historic Murrieta.

Flooding Safety Tips

After any water damage situation, your primary focus should be safety first:

  • Is it safe to stay in the house?
  • Electrical and “slip and fall” hazards are some of the most prevalent concerns
  • Only do activities that are safe for you to perform
  • Wet materials can be VERY heavy. Be careful!

What NOT To Do After Flooding

  • Don’t leave wet fabrics in place. Hang furs and leather goods.
  • Don’t leave books, magazines, or other colored items on wet carpets or floors
  • Don’t use your household vacuum to remove water
  • Don’t use television or other household appliances
  • Don’t turn on ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet, and keep out of rooms where ceilings are sagging

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When your Murrieta home or commercial business has storm damage, our local team in Murrieta is Here to Help. ® Call us today at 951-894-4392.

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