Homeless Assistance: Providing shelter, food, and clothes to help. Tenderloin is a district in downtown San Francisco where many of the city’s homeless live in tents on the pavements. About 25,000 people live in the 50 square blocks of Tenderloin. The tents are on the sidewalks in front of apartment buildings and cheap run-down hotels. A report by McKinsey states " there are 38,000 people homelessness on any given night in the Bay area, a 33% increase since 2019. The city is overrun with people who have nowhere to relieve themselves, and that's a problem for any resident, whether they have a home or not. The survey showed that around 115,500 "unsheltered" people – half of the total roughly 233,800 "unsheltered" population – reside in California.
California was bracing for another round of rain beginning Monday as officials tried to assess the damage from severe flooding along the Central Coast and Central Valley, which left scores stranded and whole blocks under water. A levee failure on the Pajaro River in Monterey County, three miles prompted evacuations. More than 5,000 people in Monterey County were under an evacuation order or warning on Sunday, with more than 200 people sheltering at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds. As of Sunday afternoon, more than 2,000 people had already been evacuated, mostly out of the Pajaro area. Flooding or mudslides had shut down several stretches of the highways Sunday morning around Watsonville in Santa Cruz County, including Highway 1 and both eastbound and westbound and State Route 152. Monterey County remained with many road closures from flooding, downed trees or power lines, and storm damage and debris. And flooding also led to the closure Sunday morning of another major artery in the Bay Area, Interstate 880 in Fremont.
Providing shelter food and water. Update: California's Mountain communities are overwhelmed with snow. People are getting desperate. They need medication, food and many evacuees need shelter. The state’s hard-hit southern San Bernardino County will get a reprieve as some residents who remain trapped by walls of snow are concerned about their dwindling supplies. The Sierra Nevada Mountain Range could see 1 to 3 inches of snow through Tuesday, following a weekend that brought as much as 38 inches of snow over a 24-hour period to Soda Springs in Nevada County and 31 inches to Donner Peak in Placer County. A winter storm dumped massive amounts of precipitation across southern California this weekend, including more than 6.5 feet of snow to Mountain High and more than 5 inches of rain to Cucamonga Canyon. The hefty snowfall totals included 5 feet to Snow Valley, 57 inches to Bear Mountain Snow Summit, 50 to 55 inches to Wrightwood Acorn Canyon, 45 inches to Green Valley Lake, 38 inches to Mount Baldy, and 36 inches to Lake Arrowhead. In addition, heavy rainfall brought several inches of rain to the area, including more than 4 inches in Holy Jim Canyon, Lower Silverado Canyon and Henshaw Dam; more than three inches in La Jolla Amago, Costa Mesa, Mount Woodson and Carlsbad Airport; and more than two inches to John Wayne Airport, Escondido, San Bernardino and Temecula. Nearly 85,000 households and businesses were without power in the Los Angeles area on Saturday, as storms continued to pummel parts of California, bringing snow to higher elevations and dumping rain and hail in the flatlands.
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