CENTERVILLE — Volunteers are being asked to come to the fish hatchery and marina right now to help sandbag against rising water.
- Flood of 2010
- County road department issues road, bridge update
- Local resources key to meeting Iowa disaster survivor's remaining needs
- Corps permits may be needed for flood damage repairs
- Loebsack, Boswell to President Obama: We must update reservoir management plans
- DNR offers information to help Iowans clean up
- Corps continues to react to Rathbun Lake flooding
- FLOOD OF 2010
- County roads that are closed
- County roads and bridges need repairs after Flood of 2010
- Rathbun Lake flirts with record elevation
Corps say less chance of spillway discharge
Rathbun Lake is within .56 feet of setting an all-time pool level. The record pool at Rathbun Lake was set on July 28, 1993 when it reached 927.17 feet. The second highest pool up until Wednesday was Aug. 1, 2008 when Rathbun Lake was at 925.09 feet above sea level.
Corps prepared for spillway discharge
The Kansas City District, Corps of Engineers continues to monitor record water levels at Rathbun Lake.
"We are forcasting a spillway discharge to start within 24-36 hours," said Kansas City District, Chief of Emergency Management, Jud Kneuvean.
Appanoose County: Flood of 2010
For comprehensive coverage of the Flood of 2010, see Thursday's Daily Iowegian.
- Appanoose County 2010 Flood - Slide Show 1
- Volunteers needed to sandbag at fish hatchery and marina
- More Flood of 2010 Headlines