**This is a non-emergency page with links to helpful flood resources. If you are a resident of the City of Sheboygan and currently have an emergency related to flooding, please contact your local municipality or 911.**
According to Army Corps of Engineers Lake Michigan is expected to break high water levels. Property and business owners along the shore of Lake Michigan should start making preparations to prepare for the rising lake levels.
The City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan County officials have been meeting since late last year to discuss flood emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. This website is a result of those conversations. It is meant to provided citizens of the City of Sheboygan with information and resources for all phases of a flood emergency. The Department of Public Works will use this site to provide the best available information that may assist residents and business owners with their flood preparation plans.
Sheboygan County Emergency Management's flood mitigation information can be found here.
As the lake levels rise in Lake Michigan waves can become more deadly. The Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory forecasts waves heights for Lake Michigan. The National Weather Service's Great Lakes Portal is another resource that property and business owners can access.
The National Weather Service recently just conducted a Spring Flood Outlook that also has a lot of useful information.
The existing traffic signals at North 15th Street and Geele Avenue starting Monday, January 25th will be placed on flashing red in all four directions therefore making this intersection operate as a four way stop.Read More
The City of Sheboygan Department of Public Works is providing this advance notice that the Union Avenue and Taylor Drive intersection will operate as a temporary Four Way Stop starting Wednesday, November 25, 2020.Read More
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