330 PM Flooding Update – Dane County Emergency Management
August 21, 2018
Josh Wescott 608-267-1591
Flooding issues have developed in the Village of Belleville as a result of significant rains in the Sugar River watershed. Sandbagging efforts are underway as the river is now flooding village neighborhoods.
Here’s an update on current road closures:
The following roads remain closed:
Highway M in Town of Westport – between Fox Bluff and Signature
SHOULD BE OPEN BY THIS EVENING
Hwy 14 bridge west of Black Earth approaches washed out
Hwy 14 (Beltline to Mazomanie)
CTH KP (Cross Plains to Mazomanie)OPEN FROM BLACK EARTH TO MAZO
Hwy F (Hwy 19-Hwy 14)NOW OPEN
Beltline Ramps closed at Greenway
Beltline Ramps closed at Hwy 14
Hwy 69 (Riverside to CTH A)
Hwy 78 (CTH A to Green County Line)NOW OPEN
Hwy 78 (Hwy 14 to Hwy 19) NOW OPEN
CTH H (CTH A to Hwy 78) NOW OPEN
CTH Z (Hwy 78 to CTH E) NOW OPEN
CTH J (Old Military Rd to CTH S)
CTH G (CTH J to Marsh Lane)
CTH PD (Shady Oaks to CTH J)
CTH Y (Mazomanie Village Limits)
CTH M (Fox Bluff Rd –Signature Dr)
High Water :
Hwy 19 (Hwy 12 to Hwy 78) DRIVABLE, ANTICIPATE FULLY OPEN BY 4:00 PM
CTH F (CTH FF to Pleasant Valley Rd) DRIVABLE, ANTICIPATE FULLY OPEN BY 4:00 PM
A Detour has been set up in Sauk County detouring traffic from Hwy 14 to Hwy 60 to Hwy 12.
The American Red Cross and Salvation Army will be opening three shelters in western Dane County beginning at 4 p.m.
The shelters are:
Glacier Creek Middle School in Cross Plains
Mazomanie Elementary School in Mazomanie
Madison West High School in Madison
The Salvation Army will be serving an evening meal at Glacier Creek in Cross Plains and Mazomanie Elementary in Mazomanie. The Red Cross will be serving a meal at Madison West.
Dane County is under a state of emergency following last night’s record rains and ongoing flooding affecting Dane County.
Slow, no wake orders are now in effect for Lakes Mendota, Monona, and Waubesa.
The Cap City Bike Trail is now closed in the City of Fitchburg west of Fish Hatchery Road to the Badger State Trail due to washouts.
Private property owners with damage are being asked to call 2-1-1 or 877-947-2211.
Businesses that have experienced flood damage are encouraged to contact their local unit of government to document those losses in preparation of a possible disaster assistance application.