Jasper County Resources for Derecho Storm Recovery
Many parts of Iowa were affected when destructive, straight-line winds blew across the state on Monday, August 10, 2020. The storms caused extensive damage and power outages from central Iowa to east central Iowa and into northern Illinois.
Below is information on local and state storm recovery resources for businesses and their employees.
306 N 3rd Ave E
Open Monday, August 24, 8-3pm,
Also provides lunch and help with disaster relief applications.
Chichaqua Valley Trail Derecho Relief Fundraiser
The Chichaqua Valley Trail, the northern portion of which runs through Jasper County and the communities of Baxter and Mingo, sustained significant damage in the derecho storm. The Iowa Bicycle Coalition and Friends of the Chichaqua Valley Trail have set up a Go Fund Me page and are taking donations for trail clean up.
Click here for the Go Fund Me page.
Checks can also be made payable to "Friends of CVT" with the memo "trail clean-up".
Friends of CVT
708 Jefferson Ave SE
Bondurant, IA 50035
IMPACT Community Action
515-518-4770 or 641-792-3008
Resources: applications for disaster, rent assistance homeless prevention Provides disaster assistance applications and help completing the applications.
Iowa Department of Human Services
877-347-5678 (Option 1) for Disaster Assistance Grant questions.
Iowa Individual Disaster Assistance Application Form