Cedar Rapids Flood 2016

Cedar Rapids Flood 2016

LIVE on #Periscope: The Cedar River from the Alliant Energy Tower: https://t.co/zg5jUBxnfj— Alliant Energy IA (@AlliantEnergyIA) September 26, 2016
If you're driving on 380 this week please do not be that guy driving 20 with hazards on so that you can gawk at the river. There were several accidents during Friday rush hour that stretched thin resources even...
Additional ramp closures on 380 northbound are being discussed by city officials. Avoid 380 at all costs until the river subsides. Your presence puts additional strain on people doing their best to save our city from destruction.
Cedar River between 1st and 2nd Avenue at 4:32 PM 9/26/16. Courtesy of J Matthew Waters Fitting last name for a photo journalist today! between 1st and 2nd avenue bridges #16269CRI #Flood2016 #CedarRapids pic.twitter.com/NPi1xGOvAN— j matthew waters (@jdubqca) September 26, 2016
Courtesy of Waterloo school teacher Kate Stainbrook: Flooding Waterloo, Iowa Sept. 23,2016 deer caught in the flood. pic.twitter.com/8v2NnDX64U— Kate Stainbrook (@StainbrookKate) September 24, 2016
Don’t leave your pets behind! Ross Veterinary Clinic in Marion is boarding pets for $8/day for people affected by the flood. 3251 N Marion Rd, Marion, IA 52302 Phone: (319) 373-1131. Cedar Rapids Animal Care & Control is helping those in need...
Cedar Rapids School District Schools will be dismissing at 1:30PM today for high school students, 2:15 for elementary.
We’re getting some gems from around town on the police scanner as most of the city prepares for the Flood of 2016. Police helping with the evacuation of Ellis Harbor this morning encountered a man who wanted to argue with...
In a fairy tale land we'd write our lead like this: Following the Great Flood of 2008 the City of Cedar Rapids moved swiftly towards erecting a flood wall to protect our homes in the event the Mighty Cedar again...
An ominous rumbling fell over Cedar Rapids the evening of September 22nd as the city enacted emergency measures ahead of a coming flood. Citizens have organized a mass volunteer campaign across the city in hopes of mitigating the damage...
If the Cedar River crests at 24.1 feet as expected...the areas in blue will flood. Expect and prepare for the worst. Click here for the interactive map.