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Camp Pendleton roads flooded after heavy rains, Vandegrift under water


Camp Pendleton has been hit with heavy rains since Friday. Some of the base gates began shutting down because of the imminent flooding, and issued an announcement on January 20th.

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton will release non-essential personnel at 12 p.m. today and open three hours late Monday, Jan. 23 with non-essential personnel asked to not arrive before 10 a.m. Civilian personnel have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework. All personnel should plan to arrive for work no more than 3 hours later than they would be expected to arrive unless that time is before 10 a.m.

Due to recent heavy rains, some main roadways may be impassable and other services may be negatively impacted.

Military and civilian personnel should contact their immediate supervisors with any additional questions.
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Yesterday, Vandegrift road was flooded and impassable, one of the main roadways which runs through Camp Pendleton connecting the main gate, passing by the airfield, to Rattlesnake Canyon and the old hospital.


As of this morning, Camp Pendleton has announced that Vandegrift is now open in all directions, but there are still closures:

  • Golf Course access Rd
  • Beach Club Rd (San Onofre)
  • Edson Range Ambulance Pick Up point 5

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