Ross Valley Fire News
Creek Levels, Creek Cams, Weather Information
In conjunction with the Ross Valley Fire Department, the towns of Ross, San Anselmo, and Fairfax have installed and implemented creek level monitoring systems and weather stations. New for winter 2014/15 are creek cameras monitoring Sleepy Hollow Creek (at Fire Station 20, 150 Butterfield Road) and Fairfax Creek (at Town Hall). We post real-time data to our website for public informational use only. During severe weather events, this page sees tremendous traffic. Visit our Creek Levels and Weather page, or use the links in this newsletter to view the resources directly.
Corte Madera Creek at Ross
San Anselmo Creek
The chart is updated every 15 minutes. 13 feet is the creek level at the bottom of the building at 730 San Anselmo Avenue.
This chart is updated every 15 minutes. Critical creek level: 9 ft. at Town Hall.
Sleepy Hollow Creek
- San Anselmo - Fire Station 19 Weather
- Fairfax - Fire Station 21 Weather
- NWS Radar
- NWS Severe Weather Summary (North Bay)
- Ross Valley Radar (BETA)
To improve the ability for all residents to access this important information and reduce server loads, please do not click "refresh" repeatedly. The data is updated every 15 minutes, and clicking "refresh" only serves to slow our website down for everyone. Please do not call for technical assistance with our website during flood events. Fire Department staff will be extremely busy responding to emergencies, and can not troubleshoot computer issues. This information is provided as a community information service only.