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Flood Updates Archive

To simplify the media stream coming from a variety of sources we have added a Flood Updates archive which is a comprehensive review of all the information we have as it comes available. Incident Management Team The Incident Management Team of Homeland Security Region 3 has taken over official communications for the flood response in […]

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Storm Recovery Resource Guide

The Incident Management Team has just released a new version of the Storm Recovery Resource Guide. This guide includes important and useful contact information for community organizations which are assisting in the recovery. It will be updated from time to time so please check that often. If you wish to be automatically notified of all […]

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Damage Assessment + Debris Vouchers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  One-half of Aberdeen homes contacted have storm damage A preliminary review of the results of city crews going door to door in the hard hit areas within the City of Aberdeen indicate that one-half of the 757 homes contacted had received some damage from the January 4-5, 2015, rainstorm. The damage ranges […]

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Storm Damage Debris to Landfill + More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Residents can take storm damage debris to landfill The City of Aberdeen and LeMay’s have worked out the details for extended city-paid flood and landslide debris clean up opportunities. City of Aberdeen residents with current identification showing their City of Aberdeen address can take storm debris to the Aberdeen transfer station at […]

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Storm Damage Presentation + More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Public Works Director to Present Storm Damage Overview Malcolm Bowie, the City Engineer and Public Works Director for the City of Aberdeen will have a brief presentation for City Council of the storm damage and clean-up efforts of City crews over the past week. The presentation will take place at 7:00 p.m. […]

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Flood Information Center + Volunteering + More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A Flood Information Center Has Been Established Coastal Community Action Program (CCAP) is serving as the hub for all flood related information and contact. If you have a flood related question, please call CCAP at 360-533-5100. Volunteers are still needed for additional clean up this weekend. Crews are being organized through CCAP.  […]

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Property & Slide Damage Reporting + More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Please Report Your Property Damage All residents, renters, landlords and property owners are asked to report their personal damage as soon as possible. A county-wide reporting form is being used for this purpose. These forms are needed to help determine if financial assistance is available. A link to the form can be […]

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Mud and Silt Removal, Dumpsters & More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The City of Aberdeen will pick up mud and silt Mayor Bill Simpson has authorized the use of city crews to pick up mud, dirt and silt that settled in yards and on private property starting next week. Residents must place the material on the City’s sidewalks. The material pile cannot contain […]

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Flood Press Release Update

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Garbage Dumpsters Located Throughout the City for Storm Debris Garbage dumpsters have been placed at five locations throughout the City for citizens to use for storm debris. These locations are unmanned and citizens are asked to place material inside the dumpster only. The locations are: West End Park Corner of Market and […]

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Aberdeen Recovery From Flooding

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Message from Mayor Simpson City of Aberdeen Recovers From Flooding Caused by Excessive Rainfall The City of Aberdeen is taking inventory of damage from the recent storm. The City’s focus will be on restoring damaged infrastructure. The water system, sewer system and most City streets are fully functioning. Residents with questions should call […]