Report water damage to county emergency manager

Those who sustained any damage to their houses, such as water in basement, water to the first floor of the residence, leaking roof, etc., because of flooding from the events this week are asked to call Harvey County Emergency Manager Lon Buller at 316-284-6910 during business hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday before

Storm clouds look like they're ready to dump more rain on Newton looking east on 12th Street Monday night. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Storm clouds look like they’re ready to dump more rain on Newton looking east on 12th Street Monday night. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Aug. 7.

The Harvey County Sheriff’s Office requests that even if you did not receive damage to your dwelling to please share this post so that other friends of yours might be able to call in with their damage.

Cars are reflected in the wet concrete Monday night in Newton. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Cars are reflected in the wet concrete Monday night in Newton. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Rain pelts a windshield Monday night on U.S. Highway 50 in Harvey County. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Rain pelts a windshield Monday night on U.S. Highway 50 in Harvey County. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Storm clouds loom over eastern rural Newton. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCounty NOW.com

Storm clouds loom over eastern rural Newton. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCounty NOW.com

Flooding waters collect Monday night at 24th and Main street in North Newton. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Flooding waters collect Monday night at 24th and Main street in North Newton. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

The canal by Bethel College surges Tuesday afternoon. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

The canal by Bethel College surges Tuesday afternoon. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Debris is washed up on the walking path near Bethel College and Sand Creek in North Newton. HarveyCountyNOW.com

Debris is washed up on the walking path near Bethel College and Sand Creek in North Newton. HarveyCountyNOW.com

Sand Creek grew four or five times wider than normal Tuesday afternoon. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

Sand Creek grew four or five times wider than normal Tuesday afternoon. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com

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