You can get free bottled water if you’re impacted by the flood
If you are currently impacted by recent flooding, and don’t have access to clean, potable water, you're eligible to received donated bottled water.
The American Red Cross will extend its free water aid for residents directly affected by flooding in the Campbell’s Island area in East Moline, IL and Scott County.
Bottled water will be available and distributed out of a Red Cross vehicle at the Campbell’s Island Fire Station April 12, April 15 and April 17 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m, according to WQAD. Water will also be distributed at the former Pleasant Valley Fire Station building
24495 Valley Dr. in Bettendorf.
Pickup dates & times in Bettendorf:
- Friday April 12th 1500-1900 (3-7pm)
- Saturday April 13th 0900-1400 (9am-2pm)
- Tuesday April 16th 1500-1900 (3-7pm)
- Thursday April 18th 1500-1900 (3-7pm)
- Saturday April 20th 0900-1400 (9am-2pm)
Further information can be found on Scott County Emergency Managements website regarding: distribution points & times for potable water, guidance for safe drinking water, State of Iowa Individual Assistance, cleanup kits, and caring for your wells after flooding.
You can also call the Scott County Emergency Management Agency at 563-484-3050.
As of April 11, the Mississippi was still above 20 feet at Rock Island, more than two feet above major flood stage, according to the National Weather Service.