Environmental Assessment for the City of Elkader Lift Station and Piping,Clayton County, Iowa

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On June 15th 2008, a portion of the City of Elkader’s sewer line and the entire city of Elkader, Iowa experienced substantial damage from the flooding of the Turkey River which flooded most of the City of Elkader. During the storm event, floodwaters of the Turkey River eroded and washed away approximately 750 feet of an 8 inch gravity sewer line that crossed under the Turkey River. The damage to the gravity sewer line caused raw sewage to discharge directly into the Turkey River from residential and commercial buildings on the west side of the Turkey River in the City of Elkader.The city of Elkader received a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) through the Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division to realign and install the sewer line for the damaged portion as an emergency action.
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