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Current Flooding Event Information for Minidoka County Residents and Business Owners

Minidoka County Emergency Management is collecting information on the economic and structural impact to our community caused by our current flooding event. Was your home flooded?  Did your business sustain economic injury?  Document your losses.

Minidoka County commissioners approved a local disaster declaration on Feb. 9th and the county was added to a state disaster declaration signed by Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter late last week.

The preliminary damage assessment process helps to identify the overall impact to our whole community. It does not guarantee any types of assistance, but is being used to review opportunities for assistance. The damage sustained to your business or property must have taken place on or after February 9, 2017.

Forms can be found at:

https://ioem.idaho.gov/Pages/Operations/DisasterAssistance/PDF/IA%20Field%20Form.pdf
(fill in pertinent fields for your particular damages)

Email your completed forms (with photo attachments) to: minidokacountyflood2017@gmail.com

Mail your completed forms (with photos) to:
Minidoka County Courthouse
PO Box 368
Rupert, Idaho 83350

Personally deliver your completed forms (with photos) to:
Minidoka County Courthouse
711 G Street
Rupert, Idaho 83350

Additional information about the damage assessment forms is available by calling the Minidoka County Flooding 2017 Hotline (208) 436-7111 The hotline is staffed Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

General community Information in Minidoka about the flooding can be found on the Facebook page – Minidoka Flood Forum 2017

Winter Safety tips: Avoid flooded areas. Cold temperatures pose a safety concern if people are stranded along the river without help. Hypothermia can set in quickly if persons or pets become submerged in the cold water. Turn around, don't drown if encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles.

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