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Governor's Disaster Proclamations

 

State resources may be activated and deployed to assist with the ongoing disaster at no cost to local jurisdictions. State resources include equipment, personnel, technical assistance/guidance, supplies, and essential services to provide assistance in the form of debris removal, traffic control, levee patrol, security, vaccines, transportation, and other emergency response and recovery capabilities. A governor's proclamation may also make assistance available to low income residents in the proclaimed counties.

 

In the tabs below you will find a listing by year of governor's disaster proclamations in Iowa since 2008.

 

Click here to see a listing of Iowa Presidential Disaster Declarations.

 

2019-2020

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

09/18

2020-33

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(continues the Public Health Disaster Emergency for another 30 days, continues the closing of bars, taverns, wineries, breweries, distilleries, night clubs in Johnson and Story counties until 11:59 p.m. on September 27, 2020)

     

09/15

2020-32

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(permits bars, taverns, wineries, breweries, distilleries, night clubs to reopen in four counties: Black Hawk, Dallas, Linn, and Polk counties, removes the restrictions on hours that alcohol may be sold in restaurants in those counties, clarifies the social distancing requirements that apply to bars and restaurants throughout the entire state)

     

09/09

2020-31

Severe storm August 10 and continuing

(extends disaster proclamation for counties impacted by the Aug. 10 derecho, allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather in Audubon, Benton, Boone, Cass, Cedar, Clarke, Clinton, Dallas, Greene, Grundy, Guthrie, Hardin, Iowa, Jackson, Jasper, Johnson, Jones, Linn, Madison, Marshall, Muscatine, Polk, Poweshiek, Scott, Story, Tama, and Washington counties)

     

08/27

2020-30

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(orders all bars, taverns, wineries, breweries, distilleries, night clubs to close in six counties: Black Hawk, Dallas, Johnson, Linn, Polk, and Story county. They may continue to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption off premises. Restaurants in these six counties are permitted to remain open, but must stop selling and serving alcoholic beverages after 10:00 p.m., strongly encourages all Iowans two or older to wear a mask or other face covering when in public settings, especially in circumstances when it is not possible to remain six feet away from others outside their household, unless it is unsafe to do so because of health or disability)

     

08/21

2020-29

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(extends public health mitigation measures currently in place for businesses and other establishments, authorizes school districts with buildings damaged by the derecho natural disaster to offer instruction by primarily remote learning with approval of the Department of Education)

     

08/14

2020-28

Severe storm August 10 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather in Cass and Guthrie counties)

     

08/13

2020-27

Severe storm August 10 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather in Audubon and Madison counties)

     

08/12

2020-26

Severe storm August 10 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather in Jackson, Jones, and Grundy counties)

     

08/11

2020-25

Severe storm August 10 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather in Benton, Cedar, Clarke, Greene, Hardin, Iowa, Jasper, Linn, Muscatine, Polk, Poweshiek, Scott, Tama, and Washington counties)

     

08/10

2020-24

Severe storm August 10 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather in Boone, Clinton, Dallas, Johnson, Marshall, and Story counties)

     

07/24

2020-23

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(extends public health mitigation measures currently in place for businesses and other establishments, extends many of the previously issued regulatory relief measures necessary to respond to this public health disaster, including those related to healthcare, professional licensure, educational workforce, and expirations of driver's licenses)

     

07/17

2020-22

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(directs all state agencies, school districts, and local governments to focus on preparing to safely welcome back students and teachers to school in-person in the fall, provides clarity for when a school may move to primarily remote learning, provides regulatory relief to address our education workforce, including removing limitations on how often and long substitute teachers can teach and expanding the pool of Iowans who are eligible to serve as substitute teachers)

     

06/29

2020-21

Severe storm June 20 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather and activates the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program for qualifying residents, along with the Disaster Case Management Program, for Fayette and Van Buren counties)

     

06/25

2020-20

Severe storm June 20 and continuing

(allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather and activates the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program for qualifying residents, along with the Disaster Case Management Program, for Black Hawk County)

     

06/25

2020-19

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(extends the public health mitigation measures that are currently in place, including the requirement to maintain social distancing in bars, restaurants, movie theaters, and similar venues. And it extends many of the regulatory relief measures previously implemented)

     

06/10

2020-18

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(continues to ease restrictions on businesses, effective at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, June 12, 2020, extends other public measures until Thursday, June 25, 2020, encourages all vulnerable Iowans in all counties to continue to limit their activities outside of the home)

     

05/26

2020-17

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(permits bars, wineries, breweries, distilleries, and social and fraternal clubs to reopen on May 28 with the same public health measures as restaurants in place, permits the reopening on June 1 of additional establishments, including outdoor performance venues, casinos, bowling alleys, amusement parks, skating rinks, skate parks, outdoor playgrounds, permits social, community, recreational, leisure, and sporting gatherings, and events of more than 10 people if public health measures are implemented, including limiting attendance to 50% of the venue capacity and maintaining 6 feet of distance between those attending, allows practices, games, and competitions for youth and adult baseball, softball, and individual sports such as running, biking, swimming, tennis, and golf to resume with appropriate public health measures in place)

     

05/20

2020-16

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(permits summer school activities including baseball and softball to resume on June 1, and effective Friday, May 22, movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, museums, and wedding reception venues are permitted to reopen with appropriate public health measures in place, swimming pools are permitted to reopen for lap swimming and swimming lessons, and effective Thursday, May 28, bars and other alcohol-related establishments that have been limited to carryout and delivery are permitted to reopen for indoor or outdoor seating)

     

05/13

2020-15

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(permits salons, barbershops, and massage and tattoo establishments to reopen throughout Iowa in a limited fashion with appropriate public health measures in place, permits restaurants (but not bars), fitness centers, libraries, and race tracks to reopen in the 22 counties where they have remained closed, changes are effective at 5:00 a.m. on Friday, May 15)

     

05/06

2020-14

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(permits dental services to resume in compliance with guidelines adopted by the Iowa Dental Board, permits some additional businesses and establishments to reopen throughout Iowa in a limited fashion with appropriate public health measures in place, and provides additional regulatory relief to assist Iowans affected by this disaster)

     

04/27

2020-13

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus-
Part One, Part Two, Part Three

(loosens social distancing measures in 77 Iowa counties effective Friday, May 1, and continues other restrictions until 11:50 p.m. on Friday, May 15, 2020)

     

04/24

2020-12

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(continuing the State Public Health Emergency Declaration, permits health care providers to begin the process of resuming some elective surgeries and procedures through a phased approach, permits farmers markets to begin limited operations with appropriate public health precautions, and provides other relief to Iowans affected by this disaster)

     

04/16

2020-11

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration, requiring additional protective measures in RMCC Region 6 for COVID-19 Virus

(implementing additional measures to protect residents, workers, and the public in RMCC Region 6, limits social, community, recreational, leisure, and sporting gatherings in RMCC Region 6 to only people who live together in the same household, continues to limit weddings, funerals, and other spiritual or religious gatherings to no more than 10 people, requires people to remain 6 feet away from people outside their household whenever possible, requires employers to take reasonable steps to increase telework and adopt reasonable precautions to protect the health of employees and the public at any in-person operations)

     

04/10

2020-10

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(provides additional regulatory relief necessary to respond to this public health disaster including provisions to give health facilities greater flexibility, removing certain in-person regulatory requirements, and permitting community colleges and school districts to adjust to the suspension of in-person instruction)

     

04/06

2020-09

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(ordering additional closures and relaxing additional regulations to support the state’s efforts to combat COVID-19, calls on law enforcement to assist in the enforcement of these mitigation efforts)

     

04/02

2020-08

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(orders the closure of schools, waiving time requirements as long as school districts put in place a continuous learning plan until April 30th, extends closures and limits placed on bars and restaurants previously identified retail stores, prohibits social gatherings of more than ten people, and continues to ban nonessential and elective surgeries until April 30th)

     

03/31

2020-07

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(extends regulatory relief allowing bars and restaurants to provide carry-out or delivery of alcoholic beverages until April 7, 2020, authorizes the sale of mixed drinks and cocktails for carry-out or delivery through April 7, 2020, provides county hospitals greater borrowing flexibility, permits electronic corporate annual meetings, and eases certification requirements for law enforcement officers)

     

03/26

2020-06

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(suspending elective and nonessential medical and dental procedures, extending and expanding retail business closures, ordering health care facilities and nursing homes to engage in advanced health care screenings, and removing additional legal barriers to ensure a continued strong response to this disaster)

     

03/22

2020-05

Continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(closing salons, medical spas, barbershops, tattoo establishments, tanning facilities, massage therapy establishments, and swimming pools)

     

03/19

2020-04

Additional State Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Virus

(suspends penalties and interest as it relates to the collection of property taxes, suspends some evictions under the Iowa Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, permits the sale of carry-out, delivery, drive-thru of alcohol for unopened bottles of alcohol for bars and restaurants)

     

03/17

2020-03

State of Public Health Disaster Emergency for COVID-19 Virus

(moving restaurants to drive-through, carry-out, and delivery-only and closures of certain entities such as bars and recreational facilities, and supporting the critical work of public health)

     

03/13

2020-02

Proclamation to Waive Transportation Weight Requirements during COVID-19 Virus

(temporarily suspend requirements for transportation of food, medical supplies, cleaning products, and other household goods by removing restrictions on oversize and overweight loads)

     

03/09

2020-01

COVID-19 Virus

(utilizing resources including personnel, equipment and facilities to prevent, contain and mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 virus)

     

09/30

2019-31

Harvest Proclamation

(Statewide, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Movement of oversize/overweight loads for 60 days)

     

09/18

2019-30

Flooding, Sept. 18 and continuing

Harrison, Pottawattamie, Mills, and Fremont

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/06

2019-29

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

(Extension of state resources, transportation waivers, and suspending length-of-stay and fee requirements at Waubonsie State Park in Fremont County)

     

08/22

2019-28

Severe Storm System and Tornadoes, Aug. 20 and continuing
Lucas and Monroe

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

08/21

2019-27

Severe Storm System and Tornadoes, Aug. 20 and continuing
Madison, Marion, and Warren

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

08/08

2019-26

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

(Extension of state resources, transportation waivers, and suspending length-of-stay and fee requirements at Waubonsie State Park in Fremont County)

     

07/11

2019-25

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

(Extension of state resources, transportation waivers, and suspending length-of-stay and fee requirements at Waubonsie State Park in Fremont County)

     

07/02

2019-24

Severe Storms, Flooding, and Flash Flooding, June 21 and continuing
Madison
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

06/10

2019-23

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 17 and continuing

Mills, Muscatine, Washington

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

06/10

2019-22

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

(Extension of state resources, transportation waivers, and suspending length-of-stay and fee requirements at Waubonsie State Park in Fremont County)

     

06/07

2019-21

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 17 and continuing

Fremont

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

06/04

2019-20

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 17 and continuing

Union

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

05/31

2019-19

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 17 and continuing

Appanoose, Cedar, Davis, Johnson, Lucas, Monroe, Pottawattamie

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

05/30

2019-18

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 17 and continuing

Van Buren

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

05/29

2019-17

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 17 and continuing

Clinton, Des Moines, Henry, Iowa, Lee, Louisa, Marion, Scott, Wapello and Wayne

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

05/23

2019-16

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Decatur

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

05/10

2019-15

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

(Extension of state resources, Individual Assistance, transportation waivers, and suspending length-of-stay and fee requirements at Waubonsie State Park in Fremont County)

     

04/29

2019-14

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Clinton

(State resources, Individual Assistance

     

04/16

2019-13

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Muscatine

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

04/12

2019-12

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

(Extension of state resources, Individual Assistance, transportation waivers, and suspending length-of-stay and fee requirements at Waubonsie State Park in Fremont County)

     

04/12

2019-11

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Louisa and Scott

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

04/02

2019-10

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Wapello County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/28

2019-09

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Greene County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/26

2019-08

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Carroll County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/25

2019-07

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Chickasaw, Hamilton, and Mitchell

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/22

2019-06

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Howard County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

Statewide

(Suspension of regulatory provisions)

 

AMENDMENT to March 22 proclamation

(Suspension of regulatory provisions)

     

03/21

2019-05

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Appanoose, Black Hawk, Cass, Davis, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska, Monroe, and Union

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/20

2019-04

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Audubon and Marshall

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/18

2019-03

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Crawford, Delaware, Page, Palo Alto, and Tama
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/15

2019-02

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Adair, Bremer, Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, Dallas, Dickinson, Emmet, Fayette, Franklin, Fremont, Guthrie, Hardin, Plymouth, and Shelby

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

03/14

2019-01

Flooding and Flash Flooding, March 13 and continuing

Butler, Cerro Gordo, Clayton, Hancock, Harrison, Humboldt, Ida, Iowa, Kossuth, Mills, Monona, Montgomery, O'Brien, Pottawattamie, Sioux, Webster, Winnebago, Winneshiek, Woodbury, Worth, and Wright

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

 

 

2018

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

11/13

2018-28

Harvest Proclamation

(Statewide, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Movement of oversize/overweight loads for 14 days - extension of Sept. 15 proclamation)

     

10/22

2018-27

Severe Storm System, Oct. 4 and continuing

Henry, Muscatine, and Washington

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

10/11

2018-26

Severe Storm System, Oct. 4 and continuing

Black Hawk, Buena Vista, Butler, Cedar, Cerro Gordo, Clarke, Des Moines, Dubuque, Emmet, Fayette, Franklin, Iowa, Johnson, Kossuth, Lee, Marshall, Ringgold, Scott, and Union

(State Resources, Individual Assistance)

     

10/02

2018-25

Severe Storm System, Oct. 1 and continuing

Delaware and Dubuque counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/25

2018-24

Severe Storm System, Sept. 19 and continuing

Butler County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/21

2018-23

Severe Storm System, Sept. 19 and continuing

Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Franklin, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth, O'Brien, Palo Alto, Sioux, Winnebago, Worth, and Wright

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/19

2018-22

Severe Storm System, Aug. 28 and continuing

Union County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/15

2018-21

Harvest Proclamation

(Statewide, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Movement of oversize/overweight loads for 60 days)

     

09/14

2018-20

Severe Storm System, July 19 and continuing

Marshall County

(Extension of Aug. 16 proclamation for Individual Assistance)

     

09/12

2018-19

Severe Storm System, Sept. 2 and continuing

Buchanan County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/11

2018-18

Severe Storm System, Aug. 28 and continuing

Iowa County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

     

09/07

2018-17

Severe Storm System, Sept. 2 and continuing

Black Hawk, Franklin, Kossuth, Poweshiek

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

09/07

2018-16

Severe Storm System, Aug. 28 and continuing

Clinton County

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

09/04

2018-15

Severe Storm System, Sept. 2 and continuing

Bremer, Iowa counties

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

08/16

2018-14

Severe Storm System, July 19 and continuing

Marshall County

(Extension of July 20 proclamation for Individual Assistance)

     

07/30

2018-13

Severe Storm System, June 6 and continuing

Adair, Buchanan, Delaware, Pocahontas, Wright

(State resources)

     

07/27

2018-12

Severe Storm System, July 19 and continuing

Marion County

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

07/20

2018-11

Severe Storm System, July 19 and continuing

Lee, Marshall, Polk, and Van Buren

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

07/19

2018-10

Severe Storm System, July 19 and continuing

Marshall County

(Suspension of regulatory provisions of Iowa Code - pertaining to hours of service for disaster repair crews and drivers delivering goods and services while responding to disaster areas, effective for 30 days)

     

07/03

2018-09

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Franklin County
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

07/02

2018-08

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Boone, Dallas, Jasper, Polk
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

06/28

2018-07

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Warren County
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

06/27

2018-06

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Buena Vista (State resources only)

Cherokee, Webster
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

06/25

2018-05

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Hancock, Humboldt, Plymouth, Sioux, and Winnebago
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

06/23

2018-04

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Lyon, Plymouth, Sioux, and Woodbury
(Suspension of regulatory provisions of Iowa Code - pertaining to hours of service for disaster repair crews and drivers delivering goods and services while responding to train derailment, effective for 30 days)

     

06/21

2018-03

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Lyon, Osceola, Palo Alto, Scott, and Story
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

06/15

2018-02

Severe Storm System, June 14 and continuing

Hamilton and O'Brien
(State resources and Individual Assistance)

     

06/11

2018-01

Severe Storm System, June 7 & continuing

Allamakee, Bremer, Chickasaw, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Howard, and Winneshiek

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

 

2017

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

07/24

2017-08

Severe Storm System, July 19 & continuing

Chickasaw, Dubuque, Floyd, Kossuth

(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

07/22

2017-07

Severe Storm System, July 19 & continuing

Bremer, Buchanan, Clinton, Johnson

(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

07/20

2017-06

Severe Storm System, July 19 & continuing

Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

07/14

2017-05

Severe Storm System, July 11

Clayton and Dubuque (State resources)

Clayton (Individual Assistance)

     

05/17

2017-04

Severe Storm System, May 16

Kossuth and Webster
(State resources and suspension of regulatory provisions-regarding open burning of disaster debris for 90 days and purchase of emergency goods for 30 days)

     

03/24

2017-03

Wildfires in CO, KS, OK, and TX

Statewide (State resources, amendment of DOT suspension of regulatory provisions on March 17, 2017, through May 16, 2017)

     

03/17

2017-02

Wildfires in CO, KS, OK, and TX

Statewide (State resources, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-oversize and overweight loads of forage for 60 days)

     

03/08

2017-01

Severe Storm System, March 6

Appanoose, Muscatine, Scott, and Wayne
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

 

 

2016

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

11/07

2016-12

Severe Storm System, Sept. 21 & continuing

(extension of five earlier proclamations for Individual Assistance) Allamakee, Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Cedar, Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Fayette, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Howard, Jones, Linn, Louisa, Mitchell, Muscatine, Story, Winneshiek, Worth, & Wright

     

10/07

2016-11

Severe Storm System, Sept. 21 & continuing

Clayton and Winneshiek
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

09/29

2016-10

Severe Storm System, Sept. 21 & continuing

Fayette and Muscatine
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

09/27

2016-09

Severe Storm System, Sept. 21 & continuing

Howard, Jones, Louisa, and Story
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

09/26

2016-08

Severe Storm System, Sept. 21 & continuing

Cerro Gordo, Hancock, Mitchell, and Worth
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

09/23

2016-07

Severe Storm System, Sept. 21 & continuing

Allamakee, Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Cedar, Chickasaw, Delaware, Floyd, Franklin, Linn and Wright
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

09/08

2016-06

Severe Storm System, Sept. 6

Kossuth County
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

08/29

2016-05

Severe Storm System, Aug. 23

Bremer, Chickasaw
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

08/25

2016-04

Severe Storm System, Aug. 23

Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Howard, Winneshiek (State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

08/15

2016-03

Severe Storms, Aug. 11 and continuing

Johnson County
(State resources & Individual Assistance)

     

07/18

2016-02

Severe Storms, July 16 and continuing

Benton, Humboldt, Webster, Wright
(State resources)

Benton, Webster, Wright counties
(Individual Assistance)

     

03/17

2016-01

Severe Winter Storm, March 15

Clinton County (State resources and Individual Assistance)

   

 

 

 

2015

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

       

11/23

2015-16

Severe Winter Storm, Nov. 21

Sioux County (State resources)

   

 

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9/25

2015-15

Harvest

(Statewide, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Movement of oversize/overweight loads for 60 days)

   

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9/15

2015-14

Severe storms, Aug. 28 and continuing

Guthrie and Hamilton counties

   

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8/3

2015-13

Severe storms, July 26 and continuing

Guthrie, Marion, Union Warren counties (State resources and Individual Assistance)

   

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7/28

2015-12

Avian Influenza (3rd Extension of 5/1 proc)

Statewide (State resources, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting poultry carcasses for 30 days)

   

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7/15

2015-11

Severe storms, June 20 and continuing

Jefferson, Wayne counties (State resources)

   

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7/13

2015-10

Avian Influenza (extension of 6/15 proclamation)

Adair, Buena Vista, Calhoun, Cherokee, Clay, Hamilton, Kossuth, Lyon, Madison, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sac, Sioux, Webster and Wright counties (IDALS suspension of regulatory provisions regarding "unmanipulated" manure)

   

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6/30

2015-09

Severe storms, June 20 and continuing

Allamakee, Butler, Clayton, Des Moines, Howard, Lee, Mitchell and Winneshiek (State resources)

Adair, Appanoose, Dallas, Guthrie, Henry, Lucas, Marion, Polk, Wapello and Warren (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/29

2015-08

Avian Influenza (2nd Extension of 5/1 proc)

Statewide (State resources, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting poultry carcasses for 30 days)

   

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6/23

2015-07

Severe storm systems, June 23

Davis, Humboldt, Monroe and Wright (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/15

2015-06

Avian Influenza

Adair, Buena Vista, Calhoun, Cherokee, Clay, Hamilton, Kossuth, Lyon, Madison, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sac, Sioux, Webster and Wright counties (IDALS suspension of regulatory provisions regarding "unmanipulated" manure)

   

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5/29

2015-05

Avian Influenza (Extension of 5/1 proclamation)

Statewide (State resources, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting poultry carcasses for 30 days)

   

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5/27

2015-04

Severe storm system, May 17

Clarke County (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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5/11

2015-03

Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, May 10

Calhoun County (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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5/1

2015-02

Avian Influenza

Statewide (State resources, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting poultry carcasses for 30 days)

   

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4/17

2015-01

Severe storm system, April 9

Clinton County (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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2014

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

       

11/21

2014-26

Gasoline products shortage

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting propane for 15 days)

   

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11/20

2014-25

Diesel fuel shortage

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting propane for 15 days)

   

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9/30

2014-24

Severe weather and heavy rains, Sept. 9

Decatur County (State resources)

   

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9/22

2014-23

Severe weather and heavy rains, Sept. 9

Appanoose (State resources)
Madison (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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9/17

2014-22

Severe weather and heavy rains, Sept. 9

Adair, Guthrie, Ringgold and Warren counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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9/15

2014-21

Severe weather and heavy rains, Sept. 9

Union County (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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8/28

2014-20

Severe storms and heavy rains, Aug. 23

Clarke County (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/23

2014-19

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Louisa County (Individual Assistance)

   

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7/14

2014-18

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Chickasaw (State resources, Individual Assistance)

Benton and Des Moines (Individual Assistance)

   

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7/10

2014-17

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Benton, Butler, Mahaska and Tama (State resources)

Tama County (Individual Assistance)

   

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7/9

2014-16

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Audubon, Grundy, Ida, Jasper, Keokuk, Poweshiek and Washington (State resources)

   

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7/9

2014-15

Severe storms, June 14 and continuing

Plymouth and Sioux (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-restriction of movement of overweight loads on certain roads for 30 days)

   

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7/8

2014-14

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Polk County (State resources)

   

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7/7

2014-13

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Scott and Shelby (State resources)

   

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7/3

2014-12

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Calhoun, Hamilton and Marshall (State resources and Individual Assistance)

   

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7/2

2014-11

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Clinton, Hardin and Lee (State resources and Individual Assistance)

Des Moines (State resources)

   

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7/2

2014-10

Severe storms, June 13 and continuing

Crawford and Shelby (State resources)

Cedar, Clay and Emmet (Individual Assistance)

   

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7/1

2014-09

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Black Hawk, Iowa, Jackson, Johnson, Louisa and Muscatine (State resources)

Black Hawk, Cedar, Iowa, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Linn and Muscatine (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/30

2014-08

Severe storms, June 26 and continuing

Cedar, Jones and Linn (State resources)

Adair and Guthrie (State resources and Individual Assistance)

   

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6/25

2014-07

Severe storms, June 13 and continuing

Allamakee, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw, Emmet, Fayette, Humboldt, Winnebago, Winneshiek (State resources)

Buena Vista, Cherokee, Franklin, Lyon, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Sioux (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/20

2014-06

Severe storms, June 13 and continuing

Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Franklin, Hancock, Ida, Kossuth, Osceola, Palo Alto, Sac, Woodbury and Wright (State resources)

Hancock and Kossuth (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/17

2014-05

Severe storms, June 13 and continuing

Cedar, Lyon, Plymouth, Pocahontas and Sioux counties (State resources)

   

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6/12

2014-04

Severe Storms, June 3

Adams, Clarke, Mills, Taylor and Wayne counties (State resources)

Decatur (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/6

2014-03

Severe Storms, June 3
Cass, Harrison, Montgomery and Ringgold counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

Pottawattamie County (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/4

2014-02

Severe Storms, June 3
Pottawattamie (State resources)

   

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1/31

2014-01

Propane Shortage

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting propane for 15 days)

   

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2013

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

       

12/18

2013-24

Propane Shortage

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting propane for 15 days)

   

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11/7

2013-23

Harvest/Propane Shortage - Extension of Proclamation of Oct. 24

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting propane for seven days)

   

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10/24

2013-22

Harvest/Propane Shortage

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for transporting propane for 14 days)

   

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9/27

2013-21

Harvest

(Statewide, DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Movement of oversize/overweight loads for 60 days)

   

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7/10

2013-20

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Van Buren County (Individual Assistance)

   

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7/2

2013-19

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Audubon County (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/28

2013-18

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Jackson County (State resources)

   

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6/27

2013-17

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Winneshiek and Worth counties

(State resources and Individual Assistance)

   

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6/26

2013-16

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Clinton County (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/24

2013-15

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Allamakee County (State resources)

Allamakee, Clayton counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/19

2013-14

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Webster and Lee counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/12

2013-13

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Des Moines County (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/7

2013-12

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Appanoose, Lee, Muscatine, Wayne and Webster counties (State resources)

Fayette and Muscatine counties
(Individual Assistance)

   

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6/4

2013-11

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Des Moines County (State resources)

Greene County (Individual Assistance)

   

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6/1

2013-10

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Cedar, Chickasaw, Clinton, Crawford, Davis, Decatur, Fayette, Franklin, Hardin, Jones, Keokuk, Monona, Monroe, O'Brien, Palo Alto, Sac and Winnebago counties (State resources)

Cedar, Chickasaw, Davis, Decatur and Monroe counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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5/31

2013-09

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Buchanan, Clay, Clayton, Greene, Henry and Story counties (State resources)

Buchanan, Clay, Henry and Story counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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5/30

2013-08

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Linn County (State resources)

Black Hawk, Delaware and Linn counties
(Individual Assistance)

   

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5/29

2013-07

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Benton, Grundy, Johnson, Louisa, Lyon, Mitchell, Poweshiek and Wapello counties
(State resources)

Grundy, Johnson, Mitchell, Poweshiek and Wapello counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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5/28

2013-06

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Buena Vista, Butler, Floyd, Ida, Iowa, Jasper, Marshall, Plymouth, Sioux, Tama and Wright counties (State resources)

Buena Vista, Butler, Cherokee, Floyd, Iowa, Jasper, Marshall, Plymouth, Sioux, Tama and Wright (Individual Assistance)

   

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05/27

2013-05

Severe Storms and Flooding, May 19 and continuing

Cherokee and Mahaska counties (State resources)

   

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05/07

2013-04

Severe Storms, April 17 and continuing

Appanoose, Clinton, Davis, Decatur, Des Moines, Jefferson, Keokuk, Lucas, Marion, Monroe, Ringgold, Van Buren, Wapello, Warren and Wayne counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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04/22

2013-03

Severe Storms, April 17 and continuing

Iowa, Lee and Muscatine counties

(Individual Assistance)

   

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04/19

2013-02

Severe Storms, April 17 and continuing

Cedar, Johnson, Mahaska, Scott, and Washington counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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04/11

2013-01

Severe Storms, April 9 and continuing

Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth and Sioux counties (State resources)

   

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2012

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

09/04

2012-04

Severe Drought
Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 60 days-Movement of overweight loads)

   

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07/26

2012-03

Severe Drought
Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 60 days-Movement of overweight loads)

   

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04/17

2012-02

Severe Storms, April 14
Fremont & Union counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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04/14

2012-01

Severe Storms, April 14
Fremont & Union counties (State resources)

   

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2011

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

10/28

2011-35

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of Proclamations of June 29, July 13 until Nov. 27

Statewide (DNR suspension of regulatory provisions regarding camping/length of stay in Iowa's State parks AND State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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10/24

2011-34

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of Proclamation of Aug. 26 until Nov. 23

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for hauling propane, gasoline or diesel fuel products)

   

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9/29

2011-33

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing-Extension #3 of Proclamations of June 2, 3, 10, 29 and July 1, 7, 14 until Oct. 28

Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Woodbury counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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9/24

2011-32

Severe Storms June 10, July 10, 13, 27-Extension of Proclamations of July 13, 18, 22 and Aug. 1, 4, until Oct. 24

Benton, Dickinson, Dubuque, Marion, Marshall, Story and Tama counties (Individual Assistance)

   

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9/15

2011-31

2011 Grain Harvest

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 60 days-oversize loads)

   

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9/15

2011-30

Severe Storms, June 18

Emmet County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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8/30

2011-29

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing-Extension #2 of Proclamations of June 2, 3, 10, 29 and July 1, 7, 14 until Sept. 29

Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Woodbury counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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8/26

2011-28

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-Hours of service for hauling propane, gasoline or diesel fuel products, until all disaster proclamations have expired)

   

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8/4

2011-27

Severe Storms, July 10

Story County (Individual Assistance)

   

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8/1

2011-26

Severe Storms, July 27 and Continuing

Dubuque County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/31

2011-25

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of Proclamations of June 2, 3, 10, 29, and July 1, 7, 14 until Aug. 30

Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Woodbury counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/29

2011-24

Severe Storms, July 13 and July 27

Clay, Dickinson and Jackson counties

(State resources)

   

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7/28

2011-23

Severe Storms, July 27

Dubuque County (State resources)

   

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7/22

2011-22

Severe Storms, July 10

Benton County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/18

2011-21

Severe Storms, July 13 and Continuing

Dickinson County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/13

2011-20

Severe Storms, July 10

Story County (State resources)

   

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7/13

2011-19

Severe Storms, July 10

Marion, Marshall and Tama counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/13

2011-18

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Woodbury counties

(Individual Assistance)

   

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7/13

2011-17

Severe Storms, July 10

Marshall County (State resources)

   

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7/13

2011-16

Severe Storms, June 10

Marion County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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7/11

2011-15

Severe Storms, July 10

Benton and Tama counties (State resources)

   

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7/7

2011-14

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-project bids for highway/bridge repair for the maximum extent permitted by Iowa Code)

   

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7/1

2011-13

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of Proclamations of June 2, 3, 10 and 29

Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Woodbury counties until July 31

   

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6/29

2011-12

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DNR suspension of regulatory provisions regarding camping/length of stay in Iowa's State parks until Oct. 15)

   

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6/15

2011-11

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Fremont and Montgomery counties

(DNR suspension of regulatory provisions regarding camping/length of stay in Waubonsie State Park and Viking lake State Park until Oct. 15)

   

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6/10

2011-10

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days-motor vehicle registrations, DOT fees, etc.)

   

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6/3

2011-09

Severe Flooding, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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6/2

2011-08

Flooding (Reservoir Release), May 25

Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Woodbury counties (State resources)

   

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5/12

2011-07

Severe Storms, May 11

Taylor County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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4/21

2011-06

Severe Weather, April 9 and Continuing

Buena Vista, Monona, Pocahontas and Sac counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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4/11

2011-05

Severe Weather, April 9 and Continuing

Monona and Pocahontas counties

(State resources)

   

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2/7

2011-04

Severe Winter Weather, Jan. 31 and Continuing

Clinton County (State resources)

   

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2/5

2011-03

Severe Winter Weather, Jan. 31 and Continuing

Johnson County (State resources)

   

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2/4

2011-02

Severe Winter Weather, Jan. 31 and Continuing

Delaware, Jackson, Jones and Lee counties

(State resources)

   

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2/3

2011-01

Severe Winter Weather, Jan. 31 and Continuing

Cedar, Dubuque and Scott counties

(State resources)

   

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2010

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

11/29

2010-39

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing
Cass County (DOT request for Federal funds)

   

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11/10

2010-38

Severe Storms, June 1 through Aug. 31
Monona County (Individual Assistance)

   

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10/08

2010-37

Extension of Proclamation of Sept. 21
Statewide

(DOT suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

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09/21

2010-36

2010 Harvest
Statewide (DOT-Suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

PDF

 

09/20

2010-35

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing
Greene, Harrison & Page counties
(DOT request for Federal funds)

   

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08/25

2010-34

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Carroll, Crawford, Henry, Plymouth, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek and Woodbury counties
(DOT request for Federal funds)

   

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08/18

2010-33

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing-Extension of Proclamations of June 24 and 29, and July 15 and 22 until Sept. 20

Mahaska, Marion, Polk, Van Buren and Wapello counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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08/16

2010-32

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Statewide (DNR/DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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08/16

2010-31

Severe Storms, Aug. 7 and Continuing

Keokuk County
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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08/10

2010-30

Severe Storms, Aug. 8 and Continuing

Boone and Story counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

08/04

2010-29

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Statewide (DNR/DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

PDF

 

08/04

2010-28

Severe Storms, July 30 and Continuing

Appanoose, Johnson and Washington counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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08/03

2010-27

Severe Storms, July 30 and Continuing

Appanoose and Johnson counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

07/29

2010-26

Severe Weather, June 1 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

PDF

 

07/23

2010-25

Severe Storms, July 23 and Continuing

Buchanan, Clayton, Delaware, Dickinson, Dubuque, Jackson and Jones counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

07/22

2010-24

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing-Extensions of proclamations of June 22, 24, 29, and July 15 until Aug. 21

31 counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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07/20

2010-23

Severe Storms, July 18 and Continuing

Appanoose County (State resources)

   

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07/15

2010-22

Severe Storms, June 24 and Continuing

Black Hawk, Fayette, Jasper, Lucas, Lyon and Shelby counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

07/15

2010-21

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Cherokee, Mahaska, Polk, Warren and Wright counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

07/08

2010-20

Severe Storms, June 24 and Continuing

Black Hawk, Fayette, Jasper, Lyon and Shelby counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

06/29

2010-19

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

19 counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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06/27

2010-18

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Cherokee, Mahaska, Polk, Warren and Wright counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

06/24

2010-17

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Decatur, Marion, Monroe and Sioux counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

06/22

2010-16

Severe Storms, June 1 and Continuing

Franklin, Hancock, Ringgold, Taylor, Union and Wright counties
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

05/20

2010-15

Severe Thunderstorm, May 12

Des Moines County
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

03/16

2010-14

Major Flooding, March 16

Dickinson County (State resources)

   

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03/11

2010-13

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 23, 2009, through Jan. 26, 2010-Extension of Feb. 8 Proclamation until April 10, 2010

Adair, Audubon, Calhoun, Carroll, Cass, Cherokee, Crawford, Guthrie, Monona, Montgomery, Sac and Shelby counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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02/24

2010-12

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 22, 2009-Extension #2 of Dec. 28, 29, 30 Proclamations until March 26, 2010

Audubon, Crawford, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Shelby counties (State resources)

   

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02/20

2010-11

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 19-Extension of Jan. 21 Proclamation until March 22, 2010

Audubon, Calhoun, Carroll, Cass, Crawford and Sac counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

02/12

2010-10

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 6-Extension of Jan. 15 Proclamation until March 11, 2010

Adair, Clarke, Ida, Montgomery, Page and Taylor counties (State resources)

   

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02/08

2010-09

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 23, 2009 through Jan. 26, 2010

Adair, Audubon, Calhoun, Carroll, Cass, Cherokee, Crawford, Guthrie, Monona, Montgomery, Sac and Shelby counties (State resources and Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

01/25

2010-08

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 22, 2009-Extension of Dec. 28, 29, 30 Proclamations

Audubon, Crawford, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie and Shelby counties

(State resources)

   

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01/25

2010-07

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 20

Audubon, Calhoun, Carroll, Cass, Crawford and Sac counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

01/21

2010-06

Severe Storms, Jan. 20 and Continuing

Statewide

(DOT suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

PDF

 

01/21

2010-05

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 19 and Continuing

Statewide
(DOT suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

PDF

 

01/21

2010-04

Severe Winter Storm, Jan. 19

Audubon, Carroll, Calhoun, Cass, Crawford and Sac counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

01/15

2010-03

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 6

Adair, Clarke, Ida, Montgomery, Page and Taylor counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

01/12

2010-02

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 6

Adair, Clarke, Montgomery, Page, and Taylor counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

01/08

2010-01

Severe Winter Storms, Jan. 6

Adair, Clarke, Ida, Montgomery, Page and Taylor counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

 

 

2009

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

12/30

2009-10

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 22

Audubon, Mills and Monona counties

(State resources)

   

PDF

 

12/30

2009-09

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 22

Crawford County (State resources)

   

PDF

 

12/29

2009-08

Severe Winter Storms, Dec. 22

Harrison, Pottawattamie and Shelby counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

09/30

2009-07

Severe Storms, Aug. 27 and Continuing-Amended & Substituted

Benton, Henry, Jones, Keokuk, Linn and Washington counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

 

 

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09/10

2009-06

Severe Storms, Aug. 27 and Continuing

Benton, Henry, Jones, Keokuk, Linn and Washington counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

08/09

2009-05

Severe Storms, Aug. 9 and Continuing

Hardin, Sac and Webster counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

08/09

2009-04

Severe Storms, Aug. 9 and Continuing

Hardin County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

07/17

2009-03

Severe Storms, July 10 and Continuing

Black Hawk County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

07/09

2009-02

Severe Storms, July 3

Adair County (State resources)

   

PDF

 

03/26

2009-01

Power Outage, March 26

Greene County (State resources)

   

PDF

 

 

 

2008

 

Date

Proc #

Incident

     

9/24

2008-50

Severe Storms, Sept. 12-14

Des Moines, Henry, Lee, Louisa and Van Buren counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

PDF

 

8/14

2008-49

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Woodbury County

(DOT-Request for Federal funds)

   

PDF

 

7/28

2008-48

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (Suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-Waiving of fees for replacement of vital records)

   

PDF

 

7/22

2008-47

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension #2 of Proclamations of May 25, 30, and June 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 24 until Aug. 22

86 counties (State resources)

   

PDF

 

7/18

2008-46

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (Suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-Business/licensing)

   

PDF

 

7/16

2008-45

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT/DNR suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-Waiving of fees for registration/titles, etc.)

   

PDF

 

7/8

2008-44

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-Repair and restoration/bid process)

   

PDF

 

7/8

2008-43

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DNR suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-Sandbags, petroleum disposal, temporary storage of discarded appliances, etc.)

   

PDF

 

7/3

2008-42

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25 Proclamation

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-DL, car registrations/titles)

   

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7/3

2008-41

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25 Proclamation

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster-Title/registration of trailers)

   

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7/3

2008-40

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25 Proclamation (Amended and Substituted)

Statewide (Banking-suspension of regulatory provisions for the duration of the disaster)

   

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7/3

2008-39

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Amended and Substituted

Statewide

(DOT suspension of regulatory provisions throughout the duration of the disaster)

   

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7/3

2008-38

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Amended and Substituted

Statewide

(DOT suspension of regulatory provisions throughout the duration of the disaster)

   

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7/3

2008-37

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25, 30, June 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Proclamations until July 23 (Amended and Substituted)

84 counties (State resources)

   

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6/30

2008-36

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Johnson County (University of Iowa-Suspension of regulatory provisions, repair of buildings/grounds)

   

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6/27

2008-35

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of June 18 Proclamation until July 28

Statewide (Dept. of Revenue-extension of tax deadline)

   

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6/26

2008-34

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Palo Alto and Pocahontas counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/26

2008-33

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25, 30, June 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Proclamations until July 23

84 counties (State resources)

   

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6/25

2008-32

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (Suspension of requirements of Individual Assistance Program until Aug. 15)

   

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6/25

2008-31

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions-commercial vehicles)

   

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6/24

2008-30

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25 Proclamation until July 23

Statewide (Banking-suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

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6/24

2008-29

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25 Proclamation until July 23

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

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6/24

2008-28

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing-Extension of May 25 Proclamation until July 23

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions)

   

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6/19

2008-27

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Linn County

(Dept. of Revenue-extended tax deadlines)

   

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6/18

2008-26

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (Dept. of Revenue-extended tax deadline)

   

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6/18

2008-25

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days-DL, car registrations/titles)

   

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6/12

2008-24

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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6/12

2008-23

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Lyon County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/12

2008-22

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Adair, Appanoose, Audubon, Cass, Clinton, Davis, Decatur, Des Moines, Greene, Grundy, Guthrie, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Keokuk, Lee, Louisa, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska, Mills, Monroe, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Shelby, Washington, Wayne and Winnebago counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/11

2008-21

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Cedar, Hancock, Howard, Monona, Muscatine and Wapello counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/10

2008-20

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Carroll, Jones, Ringgold, Taylor and Warren counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/9

2008-19

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Allamakee, Bremer, Clayton, Fayette, Hamilton, Harrison, Iowa, Kossuth, Linn, Mitchell, Scott, Van Buren and Wright counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/8

2008-18

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Adams, Benton, Boone, Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Clarke, Crawford, Dallas, Floyd, Franklin, Hardin, Jasper, Marshall, Polk, Story, Tama, Webster and Winneshiek counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/7

2008-17

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Worth County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/5

2008-16

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Humboldt, Montgomery, Page and Union counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/4

2008-15

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Johnson County

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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6/4

2008-14

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Boone, Clarke, Crawford, Dallas, Story and Tama counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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5/30

2008-13

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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5/30

2008-12

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Dubuque, Fremont and Marion Counties

(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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5/25

2008-11

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (Banking-suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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5/25

2008-10

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days-DL, car registrations/titles)

   

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5/25

2008-09

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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5/25

2008-08

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Statewide (DOT suspension of regulatory provisions for 30 days)

   

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5/25

2008-07

Severe Storms, May 25 and Continuing

Black Hawk, Buchanan, Butler and Delaware counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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5/9

2008-06

Severe Storms, April 23 and Continuing

Buchanan County
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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5/7

2008-05

Severe Storms, April 23 and Continuing

Dubuque County
(State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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4/30

2008-04

Severe Storms, April 23 and Continuing

Clayton, Fayette, Grundy, Humboldt and Webster counties (State resources, Individual Assistance)

   

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4/29

2008-03

Severe Storms, April 23 and Continuing

Jones County (State resources)

   

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4/28

2008-02

Severe Storms, April 23 and Continuing

Louisa County (State resources)

   

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4/25

2008-01

Severe Storms, April 23 and Continuing

Black Hawk and Bremer counties (State resources)

   

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