Sandbag Locations

Local public works departments maintain sandbagging supplies throughout the Truckee Meadows.
Find out where you can get sandbags to protect your property from flooding.

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Where to Report Flooding

To report flooding within the
City of Reno

Call (775) 334-4636 or
(775) 352-4292 after hours to report flooding within the
City of Reno


Sandbag Locations

  • Corporation Yard, 1640 E.
    Commercial
    (Hours: 7AM – 4PM)
  • Old Moana Pool, 240 W. Moana (Hours: 7AM – 4PM)
  • Mira Loma Park, 1900 Idlewild Dr (Hours: 24/7)
  • The intersection of Moya Blvd/Lear Blvd (Hours: 24/7)

Note: Residents should bring their own shovels; bags and sand are provided.Visit Reno’s Emergency Preparedness webpage for more information.

To report flooding within the
City of Sparks

Call (775) 353-2300 or
(775) 353-2231 after hours to report flooding within the
City of Sparks


Sandbag Locations

Note: We will update the list if/when sites are established by the City of Sparks.

To report flooding within
Washoe County

Call (775) 328-2180 or
(775) 328-2003 to report flooding within unincorporated
Washoe County


Sandbag Locations

  • Washoe County Operations Yard
    3101 Longley Ln,
    Reno
  • Highland Ranch Pkwy one mile west of Pyramid Hwy, Sparks
  • Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District Station #30
    3905 Old Hwy 395, Washoe Valley
  • Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District Station #16
    1240 Eastlake Blvd, Washoe Valley
  • Andrew Ln and Paddlewheel Ln intersection
    Pleasant Valley
  • Truckee Meadows Fire Lemmon Valley Volunteer Station #223
    130 Nectar St,
    Lemmon Valley
  • Lemmon Dr and Pompe Wy intersection
    Lemmon Valley
  • Blue Heron Cir and Warrior Ln intersection
    Belli Ranch Area
  • Virginia City Highway/
    State Route 341
    Toll Road Intersection

Note: Visit Washoe County’s Preparedness webpage for more information.