Hope there wasnt a party planned

Flooding in Cedar Rapids 2008

These were pictures taken 4/28 around Cedar Rapids. The Pavillion is located on Eliis Blvd NW. The street sign is at the corner of Old River Rd and Ely Rd SW, just west of C St SW. The last picture is taken at the Jones Park Golf Course between Tee 3 & 4.

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kierra says ... on Tuesday, May 27 at 5:21 PM

I have a house down at the cedar river and it was badly flooded!!! lots of water damage.

Colorado says ... on Thursday, Jun 12 at 12:56 PM

I was born in Cedar Rapids and I am praying for all of you there.

Linda Jenkins says ... on Thursday, Jun 12 at 8:46 PM

Sending prayers from Alabama. God Bless

Rosetta says ... on Thursday, Jun 12 at 10:55 PM

Sending prayers from Texas for all of you as we have lots of family in Waterloo and ares around. God Bless. Keep the faith.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 11:36 PM

Does anyone know about the condition of Harrison Elementary on the NW side?

CHERRY-SMOKEY@COMCAST.NET says ... on Friday, Jun 27 at 9:38 PM

my name is bobby allen people call me smokey im a 20 year plus contractor iv done katrina relife work in mississippi iv restored alot of homes there would love to come to iowa with my crew and help rebuild life contact me 850-295-0077 god bless

anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Apr 13 at 10:56 AM

my family lost her house because of the flood. this no that the same person as the first on. i will keep praying for you guys down there and i will always keep my family in my prayers. love the anonymous

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