City of Bellevue Flood Update - 10:00am on Sunday, June 30, 2024

Flood Waters have Started to Recede at Haworth Park

  • 30 June 2024
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City of Bellevue Flood Update - 10:00am on Sunday, June 30, 2024


Flood update and pictures for Sunday, June 30th from the City of Bellevue and Sarpy County Emergency Management:

  • A flood warning for the Missouri River remains in effect until the morning of Wednesday, July 3rd.
  • The Missouri River at Omaha is in moderate flood stage. The river crested at 32.79 ft on Saturday morning. The river level is dropping and is close to falling back into minor flood stage.
  • Significant impacts to Bellevue and other communities in our area along the Missouri and Platte Rivers are not expected.
  • The Papio-Missouri Natural Resource District (NRD) will likely remove the flood protections at the railroad tracks and Highway 370 in Bellevue on Monday morning.
  • The City of Bellevue, Offutt AFB, the Army Corps of Engineers and the Papio-Missouri Natural Resource District (NRD) are continuing to monitor the water levels and the status of the levee system.
  • The latest photos of this flood event are located in the gallery included with this article. For previous photos of this 2024 Flood Event at Haworth Park and surrounding areas go to https://www.facebook.com/bellevuene/
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