Missouri Extension is providing important Web sites and links for Missouri citizens affected by storms and floods this spring.
Links include information on road conditions and closures.
Information on river stages and crests is also available.
The University of Missouri Extension Web site has published numerous links to assist citizens as they recover from the recent storms and floods. At the Web site, you can click on the news, website, and publication tabs to get the most up-to-date information from the University of Missouri, other University resources, and federal, state and local agencies.
The Southeast Missouri Extension Region Storm and Flood Recovery Website includes southeast Missouri information that may not be found on the University of Missouri Extension Web site.
The sites will be updated as more information becomes available so check back often. A wide variety of information is listed from home repair, clean up, farm safety, disinfecting a flooded well, weather, road conditions, and river stages.
On both Web sites you will find a link to the MU Extension publication, Resources for Your Flooded Home, http://extension.missouri.edu/explorepdf/miscpubs/mp0904.pdf. If you would like a copy of this publication or any of the other resources on the Web sites, contact your county Extension office. If you are part of an agency or business that could use multiple copies, Extension can help.
Other helpful links include,University of Missouri Extension Flood Web Site
Southeast Missouri Extension Storm and Flood Recovery
Missouri Road Conditions and Closures
River stages and crests can be found at http://www.riverwatch.noaa.gov/forecasts/ORNRVAORN.php
Mississippi and Ohio rivers observations for Southeast Missouri
Scott and surrounding counties disaster assistance resource numbers
Perry and surrounding counties disaster assistance resource numbers
Shock chlorination of contaminated wells
Cleaning up after the flood takes special care
Food safety after a flood
Determining nitrogen loss after a flood or excessive rain in row crops