Traveling After the Storm: A Look at our Roads [Photos and Video]
(Highways are listed from largest number to smallest.)
Hwy 299- Closed for the night by Big French Gulch 1.3 miles east of Del Loma.
Hwy 271- Southbound lane closed due to flooding.
Hwy 254 (Avenue of the Giants): Clear. Check Caltrans Quick Map for the latest.
Hwy 175- Open
Hwy 162: One way controlled traffic.
Route 128- Open
Hwy 101: Open. Also an area with one-way traffic control about four miles south of Crescent City. (See Caltrans post here.)
Hwy 96– Slide 15 miles southwest of Happy Camp is still passable with delays at this point. Check Caltrans Quick Map for the latest.
Hwy 36- Clear. Check Caltrans Quick Map for the latest.
Hwy 3- Closed near Callahan. Check Caltrans Quick Map for the latest.
Humboldt County Roads:
Hookton Road at Eel River Drive: Open.
Old Arcata at Jacoby: Flooded.
Mad River Road: Flooded at mile post 2.8.
Dyerville Loop Road: Closed at Mile post 2.85 . (north of state park.) Tree in power lines. Slide activity at mile post 14.75. Cleaned and reopened
East Branch Road (Garberville): Slipping out. One lane now open. Estimated to be repaired by 11:00 a.m. today.
Redwood Drive between Evergreen and Bear Canyon. (Bluff area south of Redway): Now open but…
Redwood Drive between Redway and Willow (the Dump road): Closed due to failed culvert. (See more information here.)
Hatchery Road: Closed at West End intersection, flooding.
McCann Ferry: Shut down, possible start-up on Tuesday, January 19.
Alderpoint Road: Clear.
Holmes Flat at Chad Creek: Flooded.
West Coast Road (at the end) Southern Humboldt: Flooded
Fieldbrook Road: Flooded across near Park Lane.
Hatchery Road at West End Road: Flooded entirely across.
Howard Heights Road: Closed.
Crannell Road at Dows Prairie: Open
Glendale Drive: Open
Stagecoach Road: Closed.
Berta Road: Flooded.
Ettersburg Road: Open and clear.
(New Incident) Mattole Road: The California Highway Patrol is reporting a “longterm” closure due to a slide about a mile from Ferndale. (For more info click here)
Finally, we leave you with a driver navigating Elk River Road. Jason Belt said that water was coming in his doors.