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Posted on: March 13, 2019

Help Prevent Flooding in Your Neighborhood

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Make sure your storm drains are clear of snow and ice.

The record-breaking snowfall, has created an increased risk of flooding. With warmer temperatures, the frost depth and rain in the forecast, White Bear Township Public Works crews are working to remove snow and ice buildup from storm drains throughout the Township to prevent flooding. 

Your Help is Needed

You can help by checking your neighborhood storm drains regularly and clearing away any buildup that has accumulated. 

Remember to use extreme caution when working around storm drains and driving on flooded streets and puddles.

If you are unable to clear a drain that is causing flooding, or if you have cleared debris and it is failing to drain, please notify the Township.

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