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Boat Safety/High Water levels

Boat Safety/High Water levels

With water levels high and continuing to rise on many lakes and waterways throughout St. Louis County, the Sheriff's Office wants to remind people to use caution and be aware when on the water. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for all water enforcement on lakes and waterways within our jurisdiction, which is approximately 165,000 acres of water in North St. Louis County alone.
Thursday, May 19, 2022/Number of views (0)
New online map shows St. Louis County roads closed by flooding

New online map shows St. Louis County roads closed by flooding

St. Louis County GIS staff have created an online map that shows all county roads currently closed due to flooding. This includes roads maintained by the Public Works Department as well as forest management roads maintained by the Land & Minerals Department. The interactive map can be found online at stlouiscountymn.gov/roadclosures.
Wednesday, May 18, 2022/Number of views (0)
St. Louis County Board to hold emergency meeting Tuesday, May 17

St. Louis County Board to hold emergency meeting Tuesday, May 17

The St. Louis County Board will hold an emergency meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 17, at 9:15 a.m. The Board will consider a resolution declaring a local state of emergency. 
Monday, May 16, 2022/Number of views (0)
St. Louis County shares results of homelessness count, warming center efforts

St. Louis County shares results of homelessness count, warming center efforts

The results of St. Louis County's 2022 annual Point in Time (PIT) Count, conducted in January, shows the continuation of a concerning trend. The number of people experiencing homelessness in St. Louis County continues to increase. The 2022 PIT Count recorded 606 individuals throughout the county who were homeless, including 234 people experiencing unsheltered homelessness. This is a 20% increase compared to five years ago, with most of that growth in unsheltered homelessness.
Monday, May 16, 2022/Number of views (0)
Two roads closed due to flooding near Fayal Township

Two roads closed due to flooding near Fayal Township

The St. Louis River is overflowing its banks, flooding two roads near Fayal Township. Bodas Road, also known at County Road 95; and Barker Road, also know as Unorganized Township Road 9212, are both closed until the water level recedes and damage can be assessed and repaired.  
Monday, May 16, 2022/Number of views (0)
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