The Franklin-McKinley School District will be contacting all families recently affected by the flooding near Coyote Creek to offer support services and connect them with resources available within the community. Our staff and community are rallying behind our students, so they can receive the support that they need during this difficult time. If your family was recently displaced and are in need of support, please contact our Student Wellness and Support Services Office at (408) 283-6092.
COYOTE CREEK FLOOD SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES
A special message from City of San Jose, Council Member Raul Peralez
The City of San José is looking to get the California Insurance Commissioner involved in our discussions surrounding the Coyote Creek Flood. If you, or anyone you know, have had your flood insurance premiums go up due to the flood claims, contact our District 3 Chief of Staff Christina Ramos by this Friday, May 12th at Christina.M.Ramos@sanjoseca.gov
Red Cross Flood Assistance
Click here for flood assistance information with the Red Cross. You must register to receive various resources and support services! If you and your family have been impacted by the flood, please ensure to register immediately.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
Local Assistance Center Information
Shirakawa/Vietnamese American Community Center
2072 Lucretia Avenue, San José, CA 95122
The City of San Jose's Local Assistance Center for people affected by the flood is a safe place for everyone, regardless of immigration status. Click here for more information.
Un centro multi-agencia que brinda información, recursos y ayuda a los residentes y negocios afectados por las inundaciones. Es un lugar seguro, INDEPENDIENTE DE SU SITUACIÓN MIGRATORIA, para recibir apoyo. Para más información oprima el siguiente enlace web. Por favor compartan esta información!
FMSD News Coverage
Trauma Support Services
Health & Safety Guidelines for People Returning to Flooded Areas
Latest News and Updates: City of San Jose Office of Emergency Services
City of San Jose Emergency Notifications Register your mobile phone for emergency notifications through the Alert Santa Clara County (SCC) system. Emergency Radio Stations The following radio stations broadcast emergency information:
- KCBS - AM 740
- KGO - AM 810
- KLIV - AM 1590
- KQED - FM 88.5
- KSOL - FM 98.9 (Spanish)
- KSJX - AM 1500 (Vietnamese)