No more volunteers are needed to assist responders with debris removal in the Village of Cascade at this time. After the severe weather passed through Sheboygan County Tuesday night, response teams were actively working to clear debris, however, we no longer are requesting assistance from community volunteers. Thank you to the volunteers that have assisted the efforts thus far.
After response efforts today, all primary streets have been cleared, WE Energies has restored power to portions of the village and continues to make progress. A preliminary damage assessment has been conducted in the village and will be completed in the morning of Thursday, August 30th. At that time, we will know what our volunteer needs are.
Please watch for press releases and notifications related to our potential need for volunteers in the future. We continue to ask that you please avoid the area while emergency management personnel clear debris.
Plymouth School District still has showers available for those affected by the storm during the hours and locations:
- Wednesday, August 29th--Riverview will be open until 1 pm. Plymouth High School will be open until 3 pm and will re-open at 6-8 pm.
- Thursday, August 30th and Friday, August 31st-- Riverview will be open 6am-8pm. Plymouth High School will be open 6 am-3 pm.
- For any further questions on those showers, please call 920-892-2661.
For all updates on resources and questions please visit WI 211’s website at 211wisconsin.org and see “flood resources”.
For media inquiries, please call the established Joint Information Center at (920) 207-5214.