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See Flood Maps Showing Areas of the City that are Expected to Flood During the Current Event 
See maps created following the 2007 flood indicating the areas and homes that were flooded at that time. These are the areas expected to flood during the current flood event. See the Maps

   
Sign Up for FREE Weather Warnings From Nixle
The City is transitioning from Code Red to Nixle for emergency alerts.

To sign up simply text your zip code to 888777 and you will receive free emergency notifications. For weather alerts text WFNWS to 888777 and you will receive tornado and flood warnings.

You can also click the "Sign Up!" button to the right and follow the prompts.
For questions please contact the Public Information Office at 761-7401.
Sign Up for Emailed Press Releases Related to the Current Flood Event
Click on Notify Me in the left-hand column of this page, follow the prompts and choose City Press Releases. You will be emailed press releases and briefings containing the latest information related to the current flood event.


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Monitor News Sources for Potential Flooding-Evacuation Warning
Officials from the City of Wichita Falls and Wichita County are urging all residents to monitor weather updates and news reports on television, radio, newspaper, social media and websites related to the possibility of severe flooding. Read on...
Current Lake Levels
Lake Levels for May 18, 2015 are: Lake Arrowhead 50.2%, Lake Kickapoo 64.5% the combined total is 54.1%. For comparison Lake Levels for May 4, 2015 were: Lake Arrowhead 20.4%, Lake Kickapoo 28.0% and the combined total was 22.5%.