FLOOD INSURANCE

Army Corps of Engineers & state officials review Red River Diversion project

The project is expected to reach completion by 2026.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The commanding general of the Army Corps of Engineers joins North Dakota and Minnesota officials to tour construction of the Red River Diversion project. “This is a model for the country, for the future, for the core of engineers to build public work projects and we’re doing it right here in North Dakota,” North Dakota Senator…

Experts educate community on spring flood preparedness

Fargo hosted first of three flood awareness meetings to take place across the Red River Valley

FARGO, N.D. — According to the National Centers for Environmental Information, North Dakota and Minnesota had their wettest year on record in 2019. Heavy rain and quick snowmelt can increase chances of flooding. But it’s not all bad news. “The good news that I heard was the frost depth is not as deep as other bad flooding years, but some…

BBB Recommends Getting Ahead on Next Year’s Flood Insurance

The BBB suggests getting three estimates from insurance agents before deciding on a plan

FARGO, N.D. –┬áThe Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota is advising people without flood insurance to start doing their homework and looking ahead to next year. The BBB recommends getting three estimates from insurance agents before deciding on a plan. The bureau’s communications director says people who have flood insurance should contact their insurance agent before making any…

People In Cass County Reminded To Check On Their Flood Insurance

threat of significant flooding caused by snowmelt has increased substantially across the Red River Valley

CASS COUNTY, ND —┬áCass County officials are reminding people living in flood prone areas to check on their flood insurance. It must be acquired at least 30 days prior to a flood. The National Weather Service last week said the threat of significant flooding caused by snowmelt has increased substantially across the Red River Valley. There’s currently a 50% chance…