As Sun Shines Through, Glendora Downgrades To Orange Status

As the majority of the storm has passed, city officials have changed Glendora’s Alert Status to orange Friday afternoon.


An orange status means:


  • Voluntary evacuation orders in effect.
  • Residents directed to remove vehicles, trash bins, other obstructions from streets and/or travel lanes prior to evacuating as they will be subject to tow or removal by authorities.
  • Residents will be directed to an Evacuation Center at the Crowther Teen & Family Center, 241 W. Dawson in Glendora.  (click for map)
  • Residents electing not to evacuate will be asked to sign a Refusal to Evacuate Form acknowledging their awareness of the hazards/risk and assuming all liability for the decision to remain and shelter in place.
  • Those persons staying should move to the highest point within their home.
  • Residents who do cooperate with the evacuation order will be afforded the opportunity to re-gain entry to their residential area at the discretion of the Police Department upon the showing of proof of residency and signing a waiver form acknowledging their decision to re-enter and/or remain.

The National Weather Service still expects scattered showers throughout the day with a possibility of thunderstorms and small hail. Rains should taper off by nightfall. There is a 60 percent chance of rain tonight.

Saturday should be mostly sunny.




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