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What can you do about street flooding?
  • Keep your curb lines clear of debris, leaves and waste so storm waters can flow freely.
  • Keep trash from entering the storm drains.
  • Give water a clear path to leave your property
  • Report flooded streets to the IMPACT call Center at 664-6510.
    This the information generates a report which is reflected in iView, an application that maps events reported to the city during a weather event. Users can view all events or select a specific event, such as flooded streets, to display on the map.

Flooding

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1. What can you do about street flooding?
2. Do I need flood insurance?
3. What is the difference between a firm map and a surge map?
4. What is my flood zone?
5. Are there grant programs available to assist with flood mitigation (elevation, flood proofing, etc.)?
6. What are my responsibilities as a homeowner?
7. What does the city's storm water system consist of?
8. Are the washer, dryer, furnace and water heater above potential flood levels?
9. Is the main electric Switchbox located above potential flood levels?
10. How should I clean up after a flood?
11. What do I do with my storm debris?
12. What if my car gets towed during a storm event?
13. How can I prevent mold growth?
14. What if the flood water contains sewage?
15. What is the best way to clean floors, wooden furniture, and other surfaces contaminated with flood waters?
16. How should I clean clothing, bedding, other fabrics and paper items contaminated with flood waters?
17. What is a 100 year flood?
18. What is a 2 year storm? A ten year storm?