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Earlier in the week, the City asked residents who were affected by rain water accumulation in their basements to contact the City with their name, address, and phone number. The City would hold onto this information and would reach out to these people if we were able to find assistance for residents. While we are unable to promise assistance, the City has been working closely with the County and other cities in the County to put a plan in place.
Recently, the County has reached out and informed the City that volunteer organizations could potentially be coming to the County over the next few weeks to assist residents and communities in flood recovery. Many of these organizations have different skill sets and will be assisting in a variety of ways. Those residents who reached out to the City could be receiving a phone call from any of these organizations if the organization thinks they are able to help.
While the City CANNOT PROMISE ASSISTANCE due to limited resources of these volunteer organizations, please be aware that these organizations could be contacting residents who provided information to the City or the County. These organizations have been vetted by the County and WILL NOT TRY TO SELL YOU ANYTHING, so if they do, they are not legitimate. Please contact law enforcement if you are contacted by people who are not legitimate.
Also, Dodge County will be sending out Damage Assessment Teams next week to look at damaged homes in attempt to obtain further assistance. If the County reaches out to you, you do not have to allow them access to your home, but it’ll help in seeking assistance.
If you should need continued assistance or have any questions, please contact Dodge County at 507.635.6420