The flood waters that had covered Main Street in Pomeory, Ohio receded during the night. Pomeroy firefighters worked through the night cleaning the sidewalks and roadway of mud. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.

MEIGS COUNTY, Ohio – As the clean-up process begins throughout Meigs County, the Meigs County Emergency Management Agency is requesting that any individual or business that experienced flood damage to contact the Meigs County Emergency Management Agency at 740-992-4541 extension 1 or 2.

If you do not speak with a representative directly please leave a message and a representative will contact you as quickly as possible.

The American Red Cross and Pomeroy Merchants Association will also continue to distribute mops, push brooms, garden hoses, buckets, trash bags, paper towels, disinfectant wipes, sponges, bleach pine sol (similar products) and dust masks at the designated relief center at 110 Court St Pomeroy. The center will remain open throughout today February 20, 2018.

At this time, there are enough cleaning supplies.

The Ohio River at Pomeroy crested at approximately 50.4 feet.