Del Mar offers sandbags to residents

The city of Del Mar has sandbags and sand available for free at the Public Works yard, located at 2240 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Recipients will need to fill the bags themselves.

The facility closes at 4:30 p.m. but sand and bags will be placed outside of the gates for after hours pickup, the city announced.

Bags are also available at the Del Mar Fire Station at 2200 Jimmy Durante Blvd., though there is no sand available at that site.

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