Emergency HIGH WIND and FLOOD information
Clark County, Washington Friday, January 12, 2007

Road and bridge closures



Register November flood damage with FEMA

Businesses are urged to report economic losses from the storm by calling (360) 737-1911

Flooding conditions in Clark County warrant special precautions and actions by Clark County citizens. Strong winds combined with saturated soils may also lead to downed trees. Do not drive through standing water. Even a few inches of water can cause a car to lose contact with the road, drift into deeper water, and create safety hazards.

Outage readiness and what to do when the power goes off information from Clark Public Utilities. If you see a downed powerline, stay away from it and call Clark Public Utilities at 992-8000.

What you can do
during a flood 
before and during a windstorm
sandbag information (Updated December 13, 2006)
after a flood 
during and after a landslide or mudflow 
evacuation information 

Please remember! Only call 9-1-1 in an emergency.

Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency
Visit the CRESA web site for general information about 9-1-1, emergency management, and more.
Resources and links
Clark PUD (power)
Northwest Natural
KATU Channel 2
KOIN Channel 6
KGW Channel 8
KPTV Channel 12 

Washington road conditions (WSDOT)
Traffic alerts and slowdowns (WSDOT)
Oregon road conditions (ODOT)
Flood information from FEMA
National Weather Service

Information on this page was updated on Friday, January 12, 2007 4:39 PM
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