Lyon County Emergency Management Director Tammy VanOverbeke reports the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Small Business Administration (SBA) and Homeland Security Emergency Management (HSEM) will tour damage in the areas hit hardest by flooding for the July 3, 2018 rain event which included the communities of Amiret, Balaton, Cottonwood, Ghent, Marshall and Tracy, as well as greater Lyon County.
The City of Marshall has documented flood damage of homes and businesses as well as public infrastructure and this has been shared with FEMA and HSEM. Documented damage information will be further assessed during these visits during the week of August 13-17.
FEMA and HSEM team members wear FEMA and HSEM attire and carry FEMA/HSEM photo IDs. If the photo ID is not displayed, residents and businesses are encouraged to ask to see identification if their property is asked to be inspected.
The City of Marshall reports that this is not an indication of whether “IA” (Individual Assistance) will be available for residents or businesses in Marshall, however the City continues to work with our agency partners in seeking out assistance.
Further questions can be directed to Lyon County Emergency Management Director Tammy VanOverbeke at 507-929-6615 or Marshall City Clerk Kyle Box at 507-537-6775


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Lyon County Government Center

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Public Works Building

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Lyon County Zoning/SWCD

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Lyon County Landfill

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7:00-NOON SAT

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Tammy VanOverbeke
Emergency Manager
611 West Main Street
Marshall, MN 56258
(507)929-6615
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