Flood Events

Flood Resources for Individuals and Businesses

 
 
Individual: As in all disaster related activities, safety should always remain a top priority. The dangers of flooding do not stop after the waters have receded. Below is a list of links with helpful information for individual home clean-up and decontamination along with safety tips and guides. In the instance that you do not feel comfortable or safe for any reason when performing these tasks, consult a professional company.

Never attempt to work alone on any flood recovery tasks.

Safety:
Flood safety checklist
Basic health safety
Cleaning Up After the Flood

Clean-Up Tips
:
Clean Up After A Disaster
Dealing With Mold
Floods: Homes and Business Cleanup

Recovery
:
Disaster Recovery
Flood Information
Repairing Your Flooded Home

Sewage Treatment
Sewage after a flood

Private Well Contamination
:
Well and Water Disinfection
For information on a water test tool-kit, call Washington County Public Health at 651-430-6655.

Financial Toolkit
:
Recovery After A Disaster

Business
: Below is a list of helpful links regarding information for businesses including information on clean up.

Also included is a preliminary damage assessment survey that businesses can fill out and send to the Department of Employment and Environmental Development and information regarding SBA loans.

Clean-Up:
Cleaning Up Your Business After a Flood

Insurance/Damage Assessment Information
:
Commercial Coverage
Survey of flood damage

SBA Loans
:
Application forms
Business Physical Disaster Forms
SBA Application Forms

St. Croix River and Mississippi River Levels


The water level on the St. Croix River are near Flood Stage. For more information, please visit the National Weather Services website.

The water level on the Mississippi River are near Flood Stage. For more information, please visit the National Weather Services website.