Travel Updates in Monterey County – See Monterey

Current weather advisories & road conditions
Updated: 12:45 p.m. PST, Tuesday, Feb 6, 2024
Severe winter weather may cause travel impacts and delays. For real-time updates and official resources, please follow the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services.
If you’re in an area impacted by the storm, please stay aware of your surroundings, listen for official safety warnings and be prepared to act as directed. Find additional closure updates on the Monterey County Emergency Information App and follow Caltrans District 5.
If you're visiting Monterey County and your plans have been impacted, use the See Monterey app to find alternative hotels, restaurants and activities or read our Things To Do on a Rainy Day blog post.
Local residents impacted by recent storms can find a list of hotels offering special rates on the Evacuation Rate Program tracking sheet.
Please visit individual county, state and national park websites for the latest updates, as well as to learn of possible trail closures throughout Monterey County. 
Wildfires predominantly occur in remote, forested areas away from population centers. It is important to follow all laws regarding open fires, camp only in designated areas, dispose of cigarettes properly and put out all fires in designated areas. Travelers should also have an emergency plan and follow any evacuation orders.  
RESOURCES
Monterey County is open and welcoming travelers to explore its awe-inspiring Central Coast destination safely and responsibly.
We advise visitors to carry a mask with them at all times and to check individual business websites for details on modified operations, safety and health protocols and to book reservations. Please follow all posted signage.
Monterey County hotels and lodging properties are following the highest industry standards provided by the California Hotel and Lodging Association Clean and Safe guidelines for added preventive measures during your stay. Additional health guidance and frequently asked questions can be found here.
The entire county is working diligently to ensure the health and wellbeing of its visitors, residents and employees. For information on statewide recommendations for visitors and groups, visit the California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. 
As our destination welcomes visitors to enjoy our county, we ask that travelers visit responsibly and follow safety precautions, as outlined by health care officials. Please practice the following guidelines: 
For additional questions, please reach out to [email protected]
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