Updated April 11 at 8:30 a.m.
With recent rains and a lot of water in the system, many of the Complex's lands are flood-prone. **Many local roads and interstates may have flooding. Below are the closures of Sacramento, Delevan, Colusa, Sutter NWRs and our Llano Seco Unit. Be safe driving, and never drive through flooded roads.
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Local Road Closures: Butte County, Colusa County, Glenn County, Sutter County, and state roads.
Sacramento NWR: auto tour, photography blinds, and Logan Creek trails are OPEN. Wetland Walk trail and visitor center (M-F) are OPEN.
Delevan NWR: the refuge is not open to any public use this time of year.
Colusa NWR: Auto tour is now OPEN. It is not open to buses or RVs. Trail and observation deck are open.
Sutter NWR: spring trails, which were scheduled to open Feb 15 are CLOSED due to flooding. It will probably be late April before it opens.
Llano Seco Unit: trails and viewing platform are open. Note that access to the Llano Seco Unit may be limited by localized flooding. Please check county road conditions. As of today, they are open.
Sacramento River NWR: All areas our open. The top parking lot (west of the J levee) at the Capay Unit will be open to vehicle traffic beginning Saturday, April 1. County Rd. 23 is still closed east of the J levee making the other two parking lots at the Capay Unit closed to vehicle access.
We will determine the necessity of closures as flooding becomes apparent.
BE CAUTIOUS AND SAFE. Do not go around road-closed signs or drive across roads with moving water. Do not go into closed areas.
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