Wyoming Office Of Homeland Security

Governor Mead Signs Disaster Declaration in Response to Wyoming Flooding
Governor Mead Signs Disaster Declaration in Response to Wyoming Flooding
Although there has been no single major disaster, damages associated with landslides, saturated agricultural lands, flash flooding in Crook County and the record levels in rivers, creeks and streams across Wyoming have compelled Governor Matt Mead to sign a disaster declaration.  Mead says the declaration is necessary for the state to qualify for assistance from the federal government. Director of
Wyoming Counties Getting State Help to Prepare for Flooding
Wyoming Counties Getting State Help to Prepare for Flooding
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed an executive order Friday directing the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security and the Wyoming National Guard to deploy small teams to help counties prepare for possible flooding. A release from the Governor's Office says the order came after careful analysis of snowpack levels (which are over 200% of statewide average), weather forecasts, moisture content in the gro