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Emergency Flooding

Southeastern Wisconsin is experiencing a dangerous level of flooding, and Governor Scott Walker has declared a State of Emergency in Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth Counties.

It is important you and your families remain safe.

Should you have damage or require assistance, please find below emergency contact information by county:

Racine County residents can dial 211 or toll free at 866-211-3380 to report flood damage or information.

Upcoming American Red-Cross operated resource fairs to assist residents affected by flooding:

Tuesday, July 18th, 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Burlington High School
400 McCanna Pkwy, Burlington, WI 53105

Kenosha County residents can call 262-605-7924 or email disaster@kenoshacounty.org for assistance, or click here for more information.

Upcoming American Red-Cross operated resource fairs to assist residents affected by flooding:

Wednesday, July 19th, 12:00pm – 8:00pm
Riverview Elementary School
300 E Prosser St, Silver Lake, WI 53170

Walworth County residents can call 262-741-7700 for assistance.

Rock County residents can contact the Rock County Emergency Management office at 608-758-8440

Waukesha County residents can call 262-548-7580.

We Energies has advised extreme caution in flooded basements, and are asking customers whose homes are flooded to call 800-662-4797 to disconnect power and natural gas service. Their website also has information on outage safety. To view that information, click here.

In the event of an emergency, call 911.