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Designated PIO

Josh Siegler
josiegler@nd.gov
Tel: 701.776.5245

240 2nd St. SE, Suite 9
Rugby, ND 58368

Emergency Management Resources

Pierce County Emergency Manager
Kelsey Siegler
240 2nd ST SE, Suite 9
Rugby, ND 58368
701-351-0377
pierceem@nd.gov


Pierce County Emergency Management

Pierce County Contact Info

Pierce County Website

Media Resources

Minot Daily News (link)

KXMC Station (link)

KMOT Station (link)

Devils Lake Journal (link)

WDAZ 8 News Station (link)

Pierce County Tribune (link)

River Stages

Western North Dakota River Stages (link)

Flood Preparedness Resources

American Red Cross Preparing for Floods (link)

Ready Gov flooding details (link)

Additional Resources

American Red Cross - Ready for ND (link)

Donations

North Dakota Long Term Recovery Fund  (link)

The North Dakota Long Term Recovery fund is established to support the unmet needs of people who have been impacted by this disaster. The committee is established using local representation. Through case management, the unmet needs will be presented (anonymously) to the Long Term Recovery Committee for fair and equitable distribution of funds and/or resources. The Long Term Recovery Fund is designed to assist throughout all of North Dakota. By providing a monetary donation to the Long Term Recovery, you will help every community that has been affected by this disaster.

Aidmatrix Network for North Dakota (link)

FEMA, the Aidmatrix Foundation and Corporate Sponsors have partnered to launch a virtual portal to allow companies or individuals to offer their support on-line to leading organizations in humanitarian relief.



This site updated as of 12/2/2016.