After being inundated with four feet of water, Doniphan’s joint city hall, police and fire department building has been renovated to better protect against flooding. It now houses the fire department exclusively. Permanent structures still need to be built to house police and city hall.
Flood Recovery Photos
Gravel Road Replacement Project
Hundreds of miles of gravel roads across Missouri were washed away in the historic spring 2017 flooding. This April 16, 2018 State Emergency Management Agency inspection photo documents a gravel road replacement project in Morgan County funded in part by FEMA.
FEMA Corps team members collect canned goods for the “Feds Feed Families Campaign”
FEMA Corps team members at the Missouri disaster recovery Joint Field Office in Jefferson City collect canned goods donated by FEMA staffers for the “Feds Feed Families Campaign,” which seeks to help stock food banks and pantries. FEMA’s local effort, which runs through Aug. 31, will support food banks and centers in the area.
Department of Corrections’ offenders in the Restorative Justice Program recently made and donated three quilts to help with the long-term flood recovery effort.
Department of Corrections’ offenders in the Restorative Justice Program at the South Central Correctional Center in Licking recently made and donated three quilts to SEMA to help with the long-term flood recovery effort. Pictured from left: Department of Corrections Case Manager Tammy Stell, Department of Corrections Major John Motel and SEMA Regional Coordinator Janice "J.J." Travis.
FEMA Corps’ Team Bayou 4 from Vicksburg, Miss. assisting FEMA employees in Jefferson City
FEMA Corps’ Team Bayou 4 from Vicksburg, Miss., has spent the last two months assisting FEMA employees in the Jefferson City disaster recovery Joint Field Office. Each member of the six-person team has a vital role to play within the JFO Planning Section.
Missouri Department of Labor unemployment claims specialists are ready to help
Missouri Department of Labor unemployment claims specialists are ready to help individuals who lost jobs due to flooding apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance. Aug. 17 is the deadline to file a DUA claim for individuals inChristian, Crawford, Dent, Greene, Iron, Ste. Genevieve, Wayne and Wright counties. More information is available here.
Route A was among more than 200 roads in southeast Missouri damaged during the historic spring flooding.
Route A in Webster County was among more than 200 roads in southeast Missouri damaged during the historic spring flooding. The repairs to Route A were completed in June.
Missouri Department of Transportation contractors make steady progress on the James Bridge replacement project.
Missouri Department of Transportation contractors make steady progress on the James Bridge replacement project on Route PP in Ozark County. Construction began last month and is expected to be completed in October.