Preliminary flood damage estimates released for Nebraska counties

Preliminary flood damage estimates released for Nebraska counties
Debris floats on the surface of water in the Bellwood Lakes. BRENDAN SULLIVAN/THE WORLD-HERALD

The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency has posted estimates of monetary damages from flooding and recent storms across the state. The numbers are updated as local emergency management teams are able to assess the damage across their counties.

Overnight into Wednesday, the number of cities under emergency declarations in response to the devastation from flooding and recent heavy snows increased to 89. So far, 77 counties are under declarations, plus four tribal nations and five special government areas such as unincorporated townships. Declarations cover more than 80 percent of the state, officials said.

Adams County: $1 million, public

Antelope County: $7 million, public

Banner County: $28,456, public

Boone County: $7.9 million, public; $2.4 million, private

Brown County: $5,000, public

Buffalo County: $3.52 million, public; $1.26 million, private

Burt County: $12.23 million, public; $50,000, private

Burt County Public Power District: $175,000, public

Butler County: $2.43 million, public; $3.5 million, private

Cass County: $19.27 million, public; $9.63 million, private

Cedar County: $24 million, public

Cherry County: $9,000, public

Colfax County: $20,000 public; $500,000 private

Custer County: $4.71 million, public; $3 million, private

Dakota County: $1.82 million, public

Dodge County: $20,000, public

Douglas County: $1.93 million, public

Frontier County: $75,000, public

Furnas County: $50,000, public

Gage County: $677,500, public

Garden County: $50,000, public

Gosper County: $75,000, public

Howard County: $8.17 million, public

Jefferson County: $65,000, public

Johnson County: $165,000, public

Keya Paha County: $15,000, public

Knox County: $5.19 million public; $12.6 million, private

Lancaster County: $3.75 million, public

Lincoln County: $60,010, public

Logan County: $250,000, public

Loup Public Power District: $20 million, public

Madison County: $20 million, public

Morrill County: $30,000, public

Nance County: $231.36 million, public; $1.44 million, private

Nemaha County: $6.31 million, public; $785,000, private

Niobrara Valley Electric Membership Corp.: $250,000, public

Northeast Power: $35,000, public

Otoe County: $5.92 million, public

Pawnee County: $162,000, public

Pierce County: $20 million, public

Richardson County: $2 million, public; $950,000, private

Rock County: $7,500, public

Saline County: $2.60 million, public; $82,000, private

Sarpy County: $105.9 million, public; $38.17 million, private

Saunders County: $25.1 million, public; $8.6 million, private

Scotts Bluff County: $296,077, public

Seward County: $2.7 million, public

Thurston County: $1.56 million, public; $500,000, private

Washington County: $3.2 million, public; $5.5 million, private

Wayne County: $301,800, public

York County: $500,000, public

» Updated 8:20 a.m. Thursday.

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