Buffalo County Flooding 07/20/2017
Updated: 1:15 pm 07/24/2017
Flooding has or is occurring in Buffalo County. On 7/19/17 – 7/20/2017 a large rain event impacted the southern 1/3 portion of the county. The Buffalo County Emergency management office is issuing a travel warning for all areas below Cochrane and eastward to Trempealeau County.
TURN AROUND...DON`T DROWN WHEN ENCOUNTERING FLOODED ROADS. OBEY ALL WARNING SIGNS AND BARRICADES.
As of 07/24/2017 all County and State highways are open.
We urge you to report any private property or agricultural damage to 2-1-1 using a landline or 1-800-362-8255 using a cell phone. Federal and State disaster assistance to the county is based on total reported losses.
For more information Please call ( 608-685-6234 )
-Buffalo County Emergency Management-
SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Residents of Wisconsin Affected by Severe Storms and Flash Flooding
The Small Business Administration will be offering loan assistance to those affected by the recent flooding. There will be SBA customer service representatives available to answer questions about the disaster loan program and help individuals complete their applications. The Disaster Loan Outreach Center will be located at the Buffalo County Courthouse in Alma, WI. For more information please see the press release:
SBA Press Release
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Emergency Relief for Townships