FEMA checks out flood damage in Eastern Iowa

People from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, toured flood damaged homes and businesses in Floyd, Butler, and Bremer Counties today.

Linn County Sheriff Brian Gardner said his office on 2nd Ave. SW remains closed while workers deal with water seepage issues in the building's basement. But the office should re-open on Monday morning.

From evacuation plans and shelters to road closures and sandbags, this is the main information for flood response.

Iowa's senators and congressmen are working to get more federal flood assistance for Iowans.

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