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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

Point Bridge Opening 1:30PM Today

Post Date:04/19/2019 1:00 PM

NEWS RELEASE

 

Point Bridge (Minnesota Ave.)

Opening 1:30 pm Today

 

DATE:                        April 9, 2019

 

Time:               12:54 pm 

 

CONTACT:    John Bernstrom – City of Grand Forks 701-746-4636

                        Tom Ford – Grand Forks County 701-780-8288

           

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Grand Forks, ND – Officials from Grand Forks and East Grand Forks will be opening the Point Bridge on Minnesota Ave. at 1:30 pm today for traffic.

 

It will be monitored all weekend for water on the roadway. If water builds up on the roadway on the East Grand Forks side the bridge could be closed again.

 

The Sorlie Bridge (Demers Ave.) will remain closed. The Kennedy Bridge on Gateway Dr. (Hwy. 2) remains open. Be advised of the changing traffic patterns on Gateway Dr. caused by the increased traffic.  No left hand turns are allowed between Washington St. and the Kennedy Bridge unless at a controlled intersection (N. 5th St. & N. 3rd St.).

 

For up to date information on the 2019 flood fight visit www.grandforksgov.com/flood.

 

 

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