Storm Impact Updates

The morning after a major storm slammed most of our listening area, we are receiving updates about what is happening around the area. 

Fond du Lac County Emergency Management is urging county residents who have damage to their property as a result of the storms Tuesday to call 2-1-1 to report their damage. 2-1-1 will also have information regarding shelters that are open and clean-up assistance.

Both the American Red Cross and the Outagamie CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) will begin damage assessments in the county. The Outagamie CERT members will have identification and will be wearing green vests with CERT on the back. As clean-up begins, citizens should ask for proper identification from any contractor offering assisting.

This link offers guidance on steps to take when hiring a contractor.

The shelter at Brandon School at 200 W. Bowen St., Brandon is still open and Campbellsport Fire Department is open for citizens to drop-in and charge their electronic devices.

Power has been restored to 75% of Waupun.

Only residents of the town Alto are being allowed into Alto at this time.

A Volunteer Reception Center has been opened at the Oakfield town hall, 130 N. Main St., Oakfield, for individuals who wish to assist in clean-up efforts.

Current road closures:

County Rd. W south of Hwy 45 all the way to the village of Campbellsport is closed.

Hwy 45 at County Rd. F closed tree and power lines down.

Center Rd. south of Webster, town of Waupun, closed.

Chapel Heights in township of Osceola is blocked.

Hwy 49 near Brownsville is currently closed at County Rd. AS and County Rd. E.

Amity Rd. town of Waupun closed.

County Rd. K south of Branch Rd. down to County Rd. Y, southbound lane closed.