NDEQ Emergency / Disaster Information


More Information Coming Soon

Storm Recovery and Flooding in Nebraska: Environmental Guidance
Severe storms with tornadoes, high winds, and flooding can cause damage to buildings, other structures, and properties. This page provides information regarding debris management as well as other related emergency links.

Questions and Answers Regarding Wastewater Bypasses During a Flood
Included are some of the more commonly asked questions that the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality has received regarding wastewater bypasses during a flood.


Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
Resources for Coping with Severe Weather and Flooding *
News Releases
Tornadoes
Flooding
Mental & Emotional Health
Tetanus Information
Additional Links and Resources

2018 Harmful Algal Blooms (Also known as Toxic Blue-green Algae)
and Bacteria Sampling Results

NDEQ conducts weekly sampling for Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs), also known as toxic blue-green algae, and E.coli bacteria at 54 public recreational lakes across Nebraska from May through September and these results are updated weekly. Samples are typically collected on Monday and posted on the web site on Friday.

Smoke Awareness in Nebraska
Information Related to Kansas Flint Hills Controlled Burns and Other Events that Can Impact Nebraska’s Air Quality.


How To Report an Environmental Pollution Problem or Complaint




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