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Red Wing continues to prepare for spring flooding

Red Wing continues to prepare for spring flooding

Ben Rodgers
Updated: April 07, 2020 12:45 PM
Created: April 07, 2020 12:39 PM

As the Mississippi River begins to see higher river levels, Red Wing continues to prepare for spring flooding.

According to a release from the city, as of Monday morning, water levels were at 13 feet. By Sunday, levels are expected to reach 13.3 feet.

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Because of the flooding, there has been some impact on city roads and parks, including:

  • Access to the public boat launch at Fraizer Street is closed,
  • Colvill Park and boat ramp remain closed,
  • Levee Road west of the roundabout to Pottery Pond remain open,
  • Bay Point Park and boat ramp will remain open,
  • East Fifth Street at Barn Bluff is open.

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