For a second straight day, city and county work crews will be focusing on clearing debris from streets and channels along flooded areas of Flagstaff. Residents who parked cars on roads that received debris during flooding are advised to clear debris from under the engine area. Residents with debris on their property should move the debris to the street if they are able. This will help County and City Public Works crews sweep the debris with their heavy equipment. Pre-filled sandbags are available to residents at the County Health and Human Services building at 2625 North King Street. The self-fill sandbag station is also available. For those interested in volunteering, the United Way of Northern Arizona is planning a sandbag volunteer event on Saturday. To sign up, please visit uwna.volunteerhub.com or call (928) 773-9813. Many residents just showed up to help their neighbors, strangers or offer their services to help those who have needed it the last two days. The National Weather Service says there’s a good chance of showers and thunderstorms, which means more flooding possible, through the weekend and into next week.