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Maps and Geographic Data: Red River Flood 2010

This page is being updated since many 2010 links are broken.
In the meantime, see the Minnesota Flooding 2011 webpage.

This list was compiled by the Emergency Preparedness Committee with support from MnGeo.

Featured Maps  |  Maps for Responders  |  Recent Imagery  |  Road Closures  |  Weather  |  Webcams  |  Reference Maps  |  State/Fed EM Flood Info  |  In the News  |  County Info  |  WMS Services  |  Password Sites  |  Flood History

Featured Interactive Maps

Maps for Responders

Recent Imagery

U.S. Geological Survey’s Hazards Data Distribution System (HDDS)

Directory of all Minnesota and North Dakota GIS and imagery related files currently available through the USGS distribution system. Most are VERY large files for professional use within specific GIS applications. Here are the currently available files appropriate for viewing by the general public:

Road Closures






Grand Forks

Reference Maps

Minnesota Department of Transportation
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

State and Federal Emergency Management Flood Information Sites

In the News


TV Stations

County Background Information

County Wikipedia Information Links - Red River Valley

North Dakota

County Government Links - Red River Valley

North Dakota

State and County Geospatial Offices

North Dakota

County Emergency Management Links - Red River Valley

North Dakota

WMS Services for GIS Software

WMS services are set up to provide access to air photos and other grid-cell data without users having to download and store large files on their own computers. The services are intended primarily for people using geographic information systems (GIS) software. Click here for instructions on connecting to a service using several commonly used GIS software packages.


North Dakota

Comprehensive Geospatial Sites – Password Required

History of Flooding in the Red River Valley

These links are provided as a community service and the GCGI and EPC do not expressly endorse or recommend usage of materials found on these sites.

Last updated March 18, 2010

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