Flood Damage Reporting
Douglas County and the City of Superior are currently in a state of emergency due to the recent rainfall and heavy flooding. Both units of government are asking that residents report any flooding damage they have suffered. You may do so by completing the on-line form
or by calling (715) 394-0392.
City of Superior/Douglas County Flood Assistance
Information to register for flood assistance.
Free Disposal of Flood Debris
All Douglas County residents may bring flood debris to the City of Superior Moccasin Mike Landfill at no cost, beginning on Monday, June 25th, through Monday, July 9th (closed July 4th).
Landfill hours are Monday - Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.; Saturday - 7 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The free service applies to items damaged by the recent flood only and does not include items regularly not taken at spring cleanup (for example, appliances, batteries, tires, etc.). For City of Superior residents unable to bring items to the landfill, city crews will pick up debris on a request basis as they are able. Call 715-394-0244 to get on a list for pickup. Debris should be placed in locations similar to spring clean-up.
UW-Extension Flood-Related Resources
The University of Wisconsin Extension Office
is providing information to citizens in regard to flood-related issues.
Well Testing for Flooded Private Wells
The Douglas County Health and Human Services Department is advising people of the potential of private well contamination due to the recent severe weather and flooding throughout the City of Superior and Douglas County. Douglas County has water test kits
available for Douglas County residents whose private wells have been contaminated.
PowerPoint Presentation on June Flood Event