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Flood 2013

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Residents interested in the Reservoir’s outflow can use the interactive Iowa Flood Center online mapping tool located at Iowa Flood Information System (IFIS)Abobe Icon . It is a one-stop web-platform to access community-based flood conditions, forecasts, visualizations, inundation maps and flood-related data, information, and applications. A webcam of the reservoir outflow can be viewed at The County E911 Center uses CodeRED Emergency Notification System which is a high speed communication telephone notification service for mass emergency notifications. Pre-recorded emergency telephone notification messages target areas or the entire county/city area. Sign up for CodeRED. Additional updated flood-related information can be found at, www.coraville.organd  




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Green BulletCoralville Lake (Reservoir) Forecast, Army Corps of Engineers
Green BulletIowa River at Iowa City Forecast, National Weather Service




 Green BulletMap of Road Closures Due to Flooding



Green BulletJuly 8 - SBA Disaster Assistance Available to Iowa Private, Nonprofit OrganizationsAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 17 - Roads ReopenedAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 14 - Roads ReopenedAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 13 - Coralville Lake Outflow Decreased Today; Boating Ban to be LiftedAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 12 - Corps Officials to Decrease Outflow From Coralville LakeAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 11 - 'Tractorcade' to Make its Way Across the Coralville Dam TodayAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 10 - As Iowa River & Coralville Reservoir Continue to Drop; Corps Hopes to Decrease Outflow by WeekendAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 7 - Officials Closely Watch Weekend Rain: Residents Advised To Keep Flood Protections In PlaceAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 6 - Coralville Reservoir Crests: Officials Continue to Monitor Next Weather SystemAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 5 - Water Levels Continue to Decrease County-WideAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 4 - Sheriff Orders Boating Ban on Iowa River Below the Coralville DamAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 4 - Decreasing Flood Threat Prompts Deactivation of United Way Mobilized Emergency Volunteer CenterAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 3 - Corps Reports to Local Officials That Reservoir Level Projections Continue to DecreaseAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 2 - Local Officials Continue Flood Preparations While Dry Weather Eases Flooding ConcernsAbobe Icon
Green BulletJune 1 - Branstad, Reynolds to Tour Flood-Affected Areas on Monday, June 4
Green BulletJune 1 - Update on Evacuations and Road Closures for Unincorporated Johnson CountyAbobe Icon 
Green BulletJune 1 - Congressman Dave Loebsack Joins County Officials for Update of Flooding ConditionsAbobe Icon
Green BulletMay 31 - County Continues to Prepare for Reservoir Levels Breaching SpillwayAbobe Icon
Green BulletMay 30 - County Prepares for Reservoir Levels Breaching Spillway Outflow of 22,500 Cubic Feet per Second ExpectedAbobe Icon
Green BulletMay 29 - Governor Branstad Issues Disaster Proclamation for Eight CountiesAbobe Icon
Green BulletMay 28 - Johnson County Issues Local Disaster DeclarationAbobe Icon




Green BulletDealing with Flooding, Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Green BulletExtension Disaster Education Network
Green BulletDamaged Carpet Can Be Recycled As Long As It Is Dry
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Red BulletJune 14 - All Johnson County Mandatory Evacuation Orders to be lifted as of 4:00 pmAbobe Icon 




Green BulletTake Care of Yourself During the FloodAbobe Icon
Green BulletFlood-Related Disease Precautions and Information, Iowa Department of Public Health
Green BulletProtect Wells and Groundwater Before Floodwaters HitAbobe Icon
Green BulletFlood Preparations Include Immunization CheckAbobe Icon