Flood Recovery Efforts

Storm Response Updates and Information
Between 9/10/19 and 9/12/19, Lake County received a total of 11.81” of rain, causing all area creeks and lakes to overload. The flooding has caused damage to public infrastructure, caused many roads to become flooded, washed out, and/or impassable, and caused significant damage to both personal property and real property.

This severe storm has impacted all of Lake County, including the incorporated communities of Madison, Nunda, Prairie Village, Ramona, Wentworth, and Brant Lake and the unincorporated communities of Chester, Franklin, Junius, Rutland, and Winfred. This resource guide is intended to provide information to all of these communities.

The emergency operations center has been operational since the early morning hours of 9/12/19. This document linked below will be continue to be updated as additional information becomes available. Remember, we do not know what you do not know. If you have a question that is not answered by this document, please let us know – you may e-mail lakesa2@lake.sd.gov or direct message us through the Lake County or Lake County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page.

STORM RESPONSE UPDATES AND INFORMATION - RESOURCE GUIDE - Updated 11:00 a.m. 10/2/19

Announcements

FEMA DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER CLOSED
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Madison closed permanently as of 1/17/2020. The registration deadline for homeowners and renters to receive FEMA assistance is 1/31/2020. To register, please call and or register online:
Register by phone: 1-800-621-3362
Register online: disasterassistance.gov

NOTICE OF DEADLINE
Monday, January 13, 2020

For Filing Nominating Petitions for the Primary Election and for Filing Independent Candidate Petitions - Click HERE to view the Notice.

January - License Plate Renewal A/B
Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Vehicle License plate renewal for vehicle owners with the FIRST letter in their LAST NAME that begins with A or B.

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