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Posted on: October 15, 2019

Tuttle Creek Lake Update

photo of Tuttle Creek Lake from the east shore

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) hopes to bring water levels at Tuttle Creek Lake down to a normal range by late-December. As of October 11, the lake level is at 1,119.64 feet, a Flood Phase II pool level. The normal lake level is 1,075 feet.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) hopes to bring water levels at Tuttle Creek Lake down to a normal range by late-December. As of October 11, the lake level is at 1,119.64 fee (update; 1117.6 ft as of 10/15)t, a Flood Phase II pool level. The norma...

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Flood Updates
Posted on: September 9, 2019

Sinkhole Updates

photo of two men standing near the Hayes Drive sinkhole

Crews are continuing to work on emergency repairs to utility lines and roadways caused by sinkholes along Hayes Drive, but it will be weeks before the projects are completed. Expect continued traffic delays in both areas.

Crews are continuing to work on emergency repairs to utility lines and roadways caused by sinkholes along Hayes Drive, but it will be weeks before the projects are completed. Expect continued traffic delays in both areas. At Hayes and Bluemont Av...

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Posted on: August 30, 2019

Flood update from overnight storms 8/30/2019

photo of large sink hole with water and broken pipes

Roughly 4” to 5” of rainfall fell in Manhattan during a short period overnight and more rainfall is expected on Saturday. A large sink hole, structure fire from lightning strike, and flooded structures were some of the damages that resulted.

-Hayes Drive is closed for Kansas Gas line emergency repairs-Poliska Lane is closed due to high water-The intersection of 12th St and Bertrand is closed for storm sewer repair-Ehlers Road was closed due to rock slide but has been reopened-The traffic sign...

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