Resources for Flood Victims

Local Resources for Flood Victims

Emergency Shelters for Flood Victims

St. Louis County of Emergency Management 
(314) 615-9300 or text STLCOOEM to 888777

City Emergency Management Agency (stlouis-mo.gov)
(314) 444-5466

People’s Community Action Corporation (PCAC) 
Food - David Swingler 
(314) 305-9290
Energy Assistance - Monica Stewart
(314) 367-7848 
Red Cross
(314) 516-2800

Operation Food Search
314-726-5355 

Utility Outage
Ameren (800) 755-5000
Spire (800) 887-4173

Utility Assistance
Cool Down St. Louis
314-241-7668

United Way

Dial 2-1-1 

MO Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Emergency
(573) 634-2436
Environmental response and spill line, for immediate hazardous materials incidents or broken pipes or spills (immediate risks)

U-Haul is opening up eight locations in the greater St. Louis area for 30 days of free self-storage and containers to residents affected by the flooding. Here are the locations: 

Disaster Assistance.gov – Anonymous questionnaire

Emergency Shelters: For those displaced due to the flooding. Please bring personal supplies you and your family need to be comfortable such as a change of clothes and personal medications.
 
Maryland Heights Community Center
2300 McKelvey Road, Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 738-2599
 
Barbara C. Jordan Elementary
1500 82nd Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132
(314) 399-0941
 
Pershing Elementary
6761 Bartmer Ave, University City, MO 63130
(314) 399-0941
 
Brittany Woods Middle School
8125 Groby Road., University City, MO
(314) 399-0941
 
Richmond Heights Community Center
8001 Dale Ave
(314) 645-1476

Emergency Resources
[From Greater North County Chamber of Commerce]


Flood Clean Up
ServPro
314-717-5002

Dalmation Cleaning & Restoration
314-423-0101

Bin There Dump That
314-504-7277

Gateway Disposal
314-900-2070

Food
TEAM Food Pantry
314-831-0879

Diapers & Feminine Products
Florissant Valley Library & Natural Bridge Library
314-994-3300

Shelter
James J. Eagan Center
314-921-4466

Emergency Hotlines:
FEMA
1-800-621-3362


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