Community suppers are still being planned as grab-and-go pick up meals and are available at the back of the casino from 4:30 – 6 PM each evening through Sunday night. Meals are available to ALL community members and volunteers. Anyone in the car will be given a meal.
Electricity has been restored to most REC customers on the Settlement but some Alliant customers are still without power.
The utility companies are working dillegently to address
these needs. The Police Department will continue extra patrolling throughout the Settlement all weekend.
If you come across immediate dangers over the weekend, call 911. For housing issues that need to be addressed before Monday, please call the Executive office at (641) 481-0440.
Since electricity has been restored to Tribal facilities, Tribal Operations will begin normal working normal hours on Monday.
If you have personal damage to property inside your homes and/or autos, lawn furniture, etc. Please take photos and get cost estimates for your damaged personal property. Be sure to call your insurance company to report your losses. With FEMA disaster funding, there may be individual federal funding available to you.
Beginning Monday, Family Services will begin working with families to submit forms for submission. This potential funding is not guaranteed but may be a way to help you recover funding for your damages. If you have personal property damage, please notify the Tribal Receptionist at (641) 484-4678. Leave your name, number, and address, and a Family Services representative will contact you to assist in the process.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to get through this emergency together.