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Posted on: May 5, 2017


Currently, the flood waters are receding. Water levels are predicted to level off in the next 24 hours and then continue to fall around mid-day on Sunday, May 7.

Residents who have been affected by the flood have been contacted about flood debris removal. Currently, there does not appear to be a need for dumpsters in residential areas. Should the need for dumpsters arise, lease contact Public Works at (636) 349-8155.

Flood waters are still high in Olde Towne. Dumpsters are scheduled to be delivered on Monday, May 8, 2017. Dumpsters will be placed between 18 and 36 Gravois Road, 42 and 64 Gravois Road, Olde Towne Plaza Pavilion, and as needed at Mound Street and Gravois Road. The dumpsters are for flood debris ONLY. No sandbags, please.

Residents and business owners can place sandbags at the curb for pick-up by the Public Works Department or take them directly to Public Works at 700 Rudder Road.

Volunteers for sandbag removal and clean up will be staging at Life Church on Larkin Williams Road beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7. Locations will be assigned as volunteers are available.
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