Emergency
Management

Director
Send message to  Larry Oliver

Location
Harrison County Law
Enforcement Center
111 S 1st Ave.
Logan, IA 51546


Hours of Operation
Mon. - Fri.
      8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone:
(712) 644-2353
Fax:
(712) 644-2274


Other Websites of Interest

Department of
Homeland Security
Federal Emergency
Management Agency
Iowa Homeland
Security
Harrison County Fire
Rescue Association
EMA Updates   Utilities     Maps   Home & Public Health   Landfill   FSA Office Communities & School Districts
  Iowa DOT   Information for Businesses National Weather Service U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Elevation Information Panoramio Pictures

2011 Flood Updates

Additional information may be submitted to Send message to Harrison County GIS



Facebook Harrison County EMA Page

Red Cross Disaster Supplies

Iowa Travel Information Travel Information



Notifications & Press Release Pages

Gov. Terry Branstad

United Western Coop Updates
Iowa State Univ. Extension Office
ISU Extension – Dealing with Disasters
Iowa DNR Disaster Assistance Page



Local Paper

Logan–Herald Observer
Missouri Valley Times–News
Woodbine Twiner
Council Bluff Daily Nonpareil
Omaha World Herald



TV

KMTV Channel 3
WOWT Channel 6
KETV Channel 7
KPTM Channel 42





 

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EMA Updates

June 25th Press Release

IRS Publication 584
(Casualty, Disaster and Theft Loss Workbook)


Vendor List
Flood Emergency Planning
HCCB Extends Camping

 

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Utility Information

Harrison County REC (Outage Map)
MidAmerican Energy
Private Sewage Systems
Well Preparation
Propane Safety
Anchor Your Fuel Tanks
Underground Storage Tank

Call 1-800-573-1311 to activate Qwest Emergency Call Forwarding

MidAmerican

 

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Harrison County Maps

Flood Progression MapFlooded Progression
Updated: 9.6.11


Road Closure Map
Road Closures
Updated: 6.29.11


Flood Map
Flooded Areas
Updated: 9.6.11

GIS Download Maps
Click here for printable copy of
Harrison County Rivers and Creeks map

GIS Download Maps
Click here for printable maps of Harrison County



 

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Harrison County Home & Public Health

Ice Cream Resource Social Press Release
Stay Cool during Flood Work
Stress Levels Rise with Flood Waters
Tetanus Information

 

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Harrison County Landfill

Landfill Printable Flyer
Removing or Protecting Hazardous Materials

Recycling Information: Until further notice, ALL recycling has been halted!! The Recycle Center has stopped accepting all materials that we collect in our Blue & Green Recycle Bins.  The “old corrugated cardboard” route, which we do for businesses, on Wednesdays, has also been halted until further notice.

Landfill Information: At this time, the Landfill Facility is operating under “normal working hours”!!  Those hours are: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

The Harrison County Landfill Facility is able to take only “residential” hazardous waste free of charge from any Harrison County resident.  Businesses must fill out EPA paperwork, and then can dispose of their HHW at a nominal fee.

Please call the Harrison County Landfill with any questions that you may have.
800-672-3093 (toll free)
712-644-3093 (Logan area)

 

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Harrison County FSA Office

Contact:
Pat Warmbier
County Executive Director
2710 Hwy 127
Logan, IA 51546
712-644-2040

Below is information distributed by the Harrison County FSA Office.

 

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School Districts

West Harrison Community School District

Communities

Missouri Valley
Modale (unofficial)

 

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Iowa Department of Transportation

Missouri River Flood Recovery Progress Report – 6 Sept. 2011
District 4 Road Update Page
Road Closure Page

IDOT Flood Info.
Flood Safety Page


Iowa Travel Information Travel Information

 

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Information for Businesses

This information was added and will be maintained with the assistance of the Harrison County Development Corporation.

 

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National Weather Service Links

Mo. River FlowsMo. River Flows

 

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Riverwatch Update
(Final update published September 15)

 

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Elevation Information

Iowa DNR Elevation Tool – this tool is based off the Iowa LiDAR dataset that was collected between 2008 and 2010.

Below are preset elevation profiles, per the Geocontect elevation profiler site, for communities within the Missouri River floodplain within Harrison County, IA.  This site is not developed nor maintained by Harrison County GIS or any other Harrison County departments.  Links to this site are provided “as is” without warranty or any representation of accuracy, timeliness or completeness.  The burden for determining accuracy, completeness, timeliness and fitness for or the appropriateness for use rests solely on the requester.  Harrison County makes no warranties, express or implied, as to the use of this site.  There are no implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.  The user acknowledges and accepts the limitations of this site.

Community Profiles:

Site Hints:

  • To generate a new profile, first click the Reset button
  • Click and drag on the map to a desired location or search on an address.
  • Click two or more points to generate the elevation profile.
  • If units are set to Metrick Units km(m), click mi (ft) to view the graph in English units.
  • Drag your cursor over the graph to show your location along the line on the map.
  • Don't call me if you have any question, just play around with the site.


Missouri River Gage Elevations

River Gage Latitude Longitude Elevation
(Elev (ft.) @ gauge=0 (NGVD29))
Gage
9.30.2011
River Elevation River Flow
cu. ft. per second
Sioux City, IA 42.485833 -96.413611 1056.98 17.94 1074.92 60,400
Decatur, NE 42.007222 -96.241389 1010.00 28.92 1038.92 64,100
Blair, NE 41.550833 -96.096944 976.96 22.30 999.26 63,800
Omaha, NE 41.258889 -95.922222 948.24 23.93 972.17 69,500

(Final update made 30 Sept. 2011)



 

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Panoramio Pictures

1. Sign up for Panoramio by clicking here.
2. Login to Panoramio.
3. Upload geotagged images of Harrison County.
     (In this case maybe some pictures of the flood.)


Keep in mind that it may take several days for your photos to appear in the map to the right.






Last Updated: 5 December, 2011  Any problems with this page should be reported to the Send message to webmaster.