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MWRD update on rainfall

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago is working around the clock to provide protection for Cook County during these recent storm events.  Since Saturday morning, approximately 3.83 inches of rain has fallen on average across Cook County. Nearly 2 inches of rainfall has occurred in the past 30 hours. Read more here.

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MWRD and partners break ground on Arrowhead Lake flood control project

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Great­er Chicago and its partners officially broke ground on a $1.6 million flood control project that will bring much needed relief for area residents, while restor­ing and improving forest preserve amenities at Arrow­head Lake. Read more here.

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Groundbreaking carves path to resiliency at MWRD reservoir - Addison Creek projects to protect 2,200 structures, remove 1,700 from flood plain

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) and its partners have broken ground on the first of two major projects that will provide flood control benefits for communities along Addison Creek, including Bellwood, Northlake, Stone Park, Melrose Park, Westchester and Broadview. Read more here.

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Arrowhead Lake groundbreaking delivers MWRD flood control in Palos Heights and Forest Preserve improvements

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago is set to break ground on a $1.6-million flood control project at Arrowhead Lake in the Forest Preserves of Cook County near Palos Heights. Read more here.

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MWRD to break ground on Addison Creek Reservoir to provide flood relief for six communities

The MWRD is set to break ground on the first of two major projects that will provide flood control benefits for six communities in the west suburbs along Addison Creek. Read more here.

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