Our area has been ravaged by recent storms. Amarillo is still dealing with the effects of the flooding that recently took place. From clean up days to organizing donations, there's a lot of work to still be done.

Here is where you can get all of the latest information.

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The City Of Amarillo Has A Website Devoted To Flood Recovery

Earlier today, the City of Amarillo put out a press release regarding a new website that we can all use to stay up on the latest information regarding flood recovery efforts in town.

The website contains information regarding donations and volunteer opportunities. You can visit the City of Amarillo flood recovery information website here.

What Donations Are Needed In Amarillo?

The website lists what items are most needed right now. They include clothing, household items, hygiene products, and they're taking monetary donations according to the site.

The donations can be made at the Downtown Women's Shelter. Monetary donations can be made through the Amarillo Area Foundation.

What Are Volunteers Needed For?

According to the website, volunteers are needed for mucking out and cleaning out damaged homes.

There is information on the site on how you can volunteer, and if you have a group or organization that would like to get involved, you'll find info on the site on how to volunteer.

What If You Were Impacted By The Flood And Need Assistance?

This website also has information on submitting information regarding damage to your property. It also contains information on different agencies you can contact.

Another way we can come together to help out is during the clean up days. You can find information about those here.

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