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2019 Flood Fight

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2019 Flood Fight - Frequently Asked Questions

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Does the City of Grand Forks have flood protection?

  • Is the Kennedy Bridge open?

  • Is the Point Bridge open?

  • Is the Sorlie Bridge downtown open?

  • What is the current river level in Grand Forks?

  • What roads are closed in GF County due to flooding?

  • Where can I get sandbags?

  • Who will clean my rural road of packed snow?

2019 Flood Fight - News Releases

Grand Forks Flood Fight Website

Post Date:03/21/2019

Grand Forks, ND – Grand Forks County Emergency Management has launched a 2019 Flood Fight website at www.grandforksgov.com/flood

This website will provide information for both residents of the City of Grand Forks and Grand Forks County.

“Since flood response will be different for Grand Forks County residents compared to City of Grand Forks residents, communication will be key this spring.” Kari Goelz, GF County Emergency Manager said.  “We want to make sure that the information that goes out to the public is the right information.”

The 2019 Flood Fight website will provide users with information on road closures due flooding in GF County, updated river levels, frequently asked questions, and official news from GF County Emergency Management.

User will also have the ability to sign up for notifications during this year’s flood fight to receive an e-mail every time news releases are sent out from GF County Emergency Management.

The 2019 Flood Fight website is a joint effort between the City of Grand Forks, Grand Forks County and Grand Forks Emergency Management.

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GF County Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
(701) 780-8213