- The recommendations below have been provided by the American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help keep you safe when a flooding situation has ocurred in your community and/or home.
- Roads may be closed because they have been damaged and/or are covered by water. Barricades have been placed for your protection. If you come upon a barricade or a flooded road, go another way.
- TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN
Listen to the radio about what to do, where to go or places to avoid.
Emergency workers will assist people in flooded areas. You can help them by staying off the roads & out of the way.
If you must walk or drive in areas that have been flooded:
- Stay on firm ground. Moving water 6 inches deep can sweep you off your feet.
- Water may be electrically charged from underground/downed power lines.
- Avoid walking & driving through flooding. Flooding often erodes roads & walkways, which may cause familiar places to change & hides debris.
- Play it safe. Additional flooding or flash floods can occur. If your car stalls in rapidly rising waters, get out immediately & climb to higher ground.
Existing Street Conditions
Click the links below to view or download a PDF map showing the existing street conditions by type of street.