tetanusTetanus is different from other vaccine-preventable diseases because it does not spread from person to person. The bacteria are usually found in soil, dust and manure and enter the body through breaks in the skin - usually cuts or puncture wounds caused by contaminated objects. When cleaning up after a disaster, be careful of cuts and wounds. To prevent infection, including tetanus, clean all cuts and wounds with soap and clean water, use antibiotic ointment, and cover. If a wound swells or drains, seek medical attention immediately. Learn more about Tetanus.


 Multi-Agency Resource Center 

A Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC) will be open at locations below. Representatives from multiple agencies capable of providing information and assistance related to a wide variety of flood recovery topics will be available to speak to you. Hours of operation will be:

Represented agencies will include both regional and local Jefferson County organizations.We will be there both days to provide Tetanus Shots along with Flu Shots. Plus we will be able to provide health information and support.

Boil Orders

UPDATE: The Boil Order Remains in effect. water treatment systems have been restored but the district is conducting followup testing. The districts
water samples from May 1, 2017, and May 9, 2017 were satisfactory. Results of water samples taken on May 15, 2017 are pending.

You canboil-order-web-generic contact PWSD #2 at 636-326-0200 if you need additional information. To learn details regarding this boil order go to:


If you own or operate a restaurant, convenience store, daycare, childcare center or any facility that serves food to the public please reference our:

Guidelines for Food Establishments During a Boil Water Order

Mental Health Stress

Disasters, the aftermath and recovery can take its toll on mental health. To help deal with the stress of 
disaster recovery download the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Disaster Kit

Access the disaster kit on your Smartphone.


Flood Recovery

If you and your household have been affected by flooding, resources are available. Follow this link for helpful tips for flood recovery tips.


The United Way Volunteer center is being used as the central intake point for all disaster operations for regional flooding all affected households should call 2-1-1 to register your household if you have been impacted by flooding. 


Volunteers are needed. If you would like to volunteer to aid in flood recovery please go to:


If there are volunteer needs, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at the United Way of Greater St. Louis to get them posted on the website. 

The American Redcross is also actively involved in disaster recovery efforts.


Have you been displace by flooding and are in need of a shelter? Find a shelter near you at:


The First Baptist Church of Arnold is currently a site for displaced flood victims. The shelter is operated by the Red Cross.

First Baptist Church of Arnold Missouri

If you have been affected by flooding, you will need to return home and begin to clean up when flood waters have subsided. When you return use caution when entering flooded buildings.

Precautions for Returning to Flood Damaged Buildings or Homes

When you return to your home or business you will need to begin clean up. While some clean up procedures may be common sense it is helpful to have some reminders to assist you in your clean up efforts.

Flood Clean up Procedures 

During your flood recovery efforts don't forget your onsite septic system if you have one. For assistance with steps you may need to take to assess or clean up, repair or abandon an existing system. Contact the Jefferson County Building Commission if you have questions or concerns about your septic system. They may be contacted at (636) 797-5310. For general assistance download the DNR assistance document for septic systems for guidance regarding what to do if your septic system is damaged.

Disaster Response for Onsite Waste Water Systems

If you obtain your drinking water from a private well and it has been flooded you will need to take steps to restore safe drinking water.

Restoring Drinking Water for Private Wells

Additional Resources

 For a broad range of resources go to these resources for more information: nixon

State Emergency Management Agency

Federal Emergency Mangement Agency

National Weather Service Forcast Office - St. Louis

National Weather Service Flood Safety Page

Travel Information

For travel information and road closures go to the Missouri Department of Transportation Traveler Information page: