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River levels

NWS River Forecast Center

Missouri River Basin:
     Pleasant Hill

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Riverwatch 2011
Kansas City District

Road closings (MoDOT)

Traveler Information Map

Missouri River flooding

June 27, 2011

NW Missouri recovery resources

The NW Missouri Flood Disaster Response and Recovery Resources (PDF) serves people in Atchison, Holt, Buchanan and Andrew counties.

June 14, 2011

Inundaciones recursos de preparación

Prepárese para lo inesperado (PDF) (Texas A&M)
Documentos Importantes (PDF) (NC State)
Tarjeta de Información Personal y Números Importantes (PDF) (NC State)

June 10, 2011

Start planning your financial recovery today

Floods take a toll on your financial well-being. Learn about resources and your options. Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit (UM/NDSU)

June 7, 2011

Do you have an evacuation plan for your livestock?

Unconfined livestock can usually take care of themselves during floods. Do not let them become trapped in low-lying pens. A number of safety precautions can be taken for animals housed in barns during a flood. Protecting Livestock During a Flood (NDSU)

June 6, 2011

Have a plan

There's still time to make a disaster plan for your family. MU Extension's Family Disaster Plan is a tool to guide you through the process.

Gather supplies

Families forced out of their homes by flooding along the Missouri River should plan to be gone for several weeks, and perhaps even months. Put together your disaster supply kit now.

Be ready to grab and go

Prescriptions, account numbers, tax records and a list of bills and due dates are items should gather ahead of an evacuation. Read what you should have in your grab-and-go box.