SUTTER COUNTY, Calif. — An evacuation order issued Tuesday for Lovey’s Landing residents has been lifted, the Sutter County Sheriff's Office says.
The order was issued when the Sacramento River was expected to rise above the 65-foot elevation at the Colusa Bridge.
The order included residents on the river side of the Sacramento River levee in northwestern Sutter County.
Power was shut off to the park for safety and officials worked with residents to assist with temporarily relocating.
Sheriff's Office officials said Saturday that while water levels are lowering, they encourage residents to be prepared in case there are sudden changes.
Community members are encouraged to monitor the county's emergency page or the sheriff's office page for updates.