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Be Prepared Davenport

Where it can rain, it can flood.  As a city positioned along the banks of the Mississippi River and nearly 100 miles of streambank, flooding is a reality. The good news is this: we're resilient. And, we're ready.

This page is designed to provide you with timely and relevant information about the current flood status in our community and the resources you need to prepare and stay safe.

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City Planning

    The city’s Public Works department has a full team of skilled employees who are dedicated to prepare for potential flooding. This includes ensuring all flood risk reduction measures are in proper working order (temporary walls, pumps, et al.) and continually evaluating new flood mitigation measures and systems.

    The Public Works department works closely with the city’s Floodplain Managers to help property owner’s with their own flood risk reduction measures.

    Education and Outreach

    City Flood Plan

    Reduce your Flood Risk


Prepare for Flooding

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Residents

Do you live in a flood plain? The information below is designed to help you understand your flood risk and things you can do to reduce your risk. We encourage you to review the information and reach out to us directly should you have any questions, flood@davenportiowa.com or 563.326.7765.

How do I find out if a property is in a flood hazard area?

Flood Insurance Information

Reduce your Flood Risk

Floodplain Management

Sand and Sandbags

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Businesses

Do you operate a business in a floodplain? The information below is designed to help you prepare for potential spring flooding. We encourage you to review the information and reach out to us directly if you questions flood@davenportiowa.com or 563.326.7765. 

How do I find out if a property is in a flood hazard area?

Maps

Flood Insurance Information

Floodplain Management

Timing of Actions in Downtown Davenport

Reduce your Flood Risk

Sand and Sandbags

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Traveling When River Dr is Closed

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History and Facts

Flood Response

Davenport’s Historic Relationship with the Mississippi River

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Historic River Levels