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Cass County Government will host three public information meetings to discuss initial flood prevention activities planned for rural neighborhoods.
Additional public meetings may be scheduled as more specific flood predictions are developed.
Cass County has also opened a flood hotline for rural residents at 701-241-8000. This number will initially be answered during business hours and will expand hours as the crest nears.
For information, please contact Robert Wilson, County Administrator at (701) 241-5770.
Cass County Government is seeking volunteers to fill sandbags at the Cass County Highway Shop located at 1201 Main Avenue West in West Fargo between Wednesday, March 27th and Friday, April 5th.
Volunteers are needed both weekdays and weekends. Weekday shifts run from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. On Saturday, March 30th, volunteers are needed from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Sunday, March 31st from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Cass County needs between 55-60 people per shift to maximize productivity. Cass County cannot provide maximum flood protection to our rural residents without citizen involvement. We encourage businesses, civic organizations, rural subdivisions, and other groups to support this operation.
This is the only sandbag operation supporting rural Cass County. If your property has benefited from County flood protection in the past – or if you anticipate needing County flood protection - please consider assisting.
Interested volunteers should contact Cass County’s volunteer coordinator, Chip Ammerman at (701) 239-6700.
For general Cass County flood-related information, please contact Robert Wilson, County Administrator at (701) 241-5770.