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Carey Flooding Info From Blaine County Sheriff

March 23, 2017 in non emergency by Nils Ribi

The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is advising Carey residents of high water flows that may impede travel on local roads. Residents should be aware that conditions can change quickly and should plan accordingly. Go to the Blaine County Sheriff website for more information.  https://www.blainesheriff.com/

 

Flood Preparedness

February 8, 2017 in non emergency by Nils Ribi

Blaine County, Idaho is susceptible to flooding. Being well prepared to deal with floods will help make you stay safe and more comfortable. Your Blaine County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) has developed a web page that provides basic safety tips, as well as how to and what to do beforeduring and after floods.

Learn what to do before, during and after floods at:

http://www.blaineemergency.org/flood/

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Winter Weather Preparedness

January 19, 2017 in non emergency by Nils Ribi

Blaine County, Idaho is susceptible to severe winter storms and extreme cold weather. Being well prepared to deal with them will help make you stay safe and more comfortable. Your Blaine County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) has developed a web page that provides basic safety tips, as well as how to and what to do beforeduring and after winter storms and extreme cold.

During a four day period from January 7 until January 10, 2017 Blaine County experienced a significant winter snowstorm with large amounts of snow, rain and wind. Roads and schools were closed, and avalanches, flooding and power outages occurred throughout the County.

Learn what to do before, during and after winter storms and extreme cold at: http://www.blaineemergency.org/winter-stormsextreme-cold/

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