Office of the Governor of Iowa

Governor Branstad

Missouri River Flooding – State Joint Information Update

The Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division (HSEMD) continues to work closely with personnel from various state and federal agencies in response to flooding along the Missouri River in Western Iowa.  The State Emergency Operations Center will be staffed as warranted to provide response to declared counties.

Reminder: 

3:30 p.m.      Iowa HSEMD Administrator Derek Hill and Chief Operations Officer Joyce Flinn brief media on flooding along the Missouri River

Conference Call Dial-In Number – 1-800-645-8878

                        Conference Code: 003252

Note: Same conference call information to be used daily

NEW:  Stay Out of Flood Waters
Playing in or walking through flood waters is dangerous. Flood waters can harbor infectious diseases, chemical hazards and can cause injuries. The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have a wealth of online information available.

IDPH: http://www.idph.state.ia.us/EmergencyResponse/Flooding.aspx

CDC: http://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/emergency/flood/standing.html

State Response Summary

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVACUATION SUMMARY

County Location Population
Woodbury South Sioux City 2 homes, voluntary
Monona   Unknown, voluntary
Harrison Modale 200-300 voluntary evacuation
Pottawattamie 143 homes in the county unknown
Mills   unknown
Fremont Mandatory evacuation in effect in the South Hamburg area – between Hamburg and the Missouri River (south end of City of Hamburg) 300+

 

SHELTER SUMMARY – IOWA SHELTERS

County Location Population
Woodbury West Middle School, Sioux City, IA

3301 W. 19th St., Sioux City

0
Monona West Monona High School, Onawa, IA

1314 15th St., Onawa

0
Harrison Missouri Valley, Missouri Valley High School 605 E. Lincoln Highway, Missouri Valley 0
Pottawattamie Lakin Human Services Campus

915 North 16th St., Council Bluffs

1
Mills No shelters at this time  
Fremont Sidney High School, Sidney, IA

2754 Knox Rd., Sidney

2

 

SHELTER SUMMARY – NEBRASKA SHELTERS OPEN

Location Address Population
Fort Calhoun High School 1506 Lincoln Street Unknown
South Sioux City Middle School 3625 G Street Unknown
     


County updates

 

 

Donations and Volunteering

For more information please visit www.iowahomelandsecurity.org  or  https://governor.iowa.gov/news/missouri-river-flooding .


For more information please visit governor.iowa.gov.

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