August 18, 2018 06:11 PM
Major cleanup is continuing in Seneca County as the community slowly rebuilds from Tuesday's flooding.
Authorities have Lodi Point locked down, access only being granted to homeowners.
The reason being because those cleanup efforts are really ramping up this weekend.
A number of big trucks have been seen coming and going from Lodi, hauling out massive amounts of debris and that's why access is being limited because it is dangerous with all of those agencies working as fast as they can to get the area safe and secure.
Right now, the entire strip of Lower Lake Road that took the brunt of damage is closed off at the moment. That's where piles and piles of debris has been collected and now the focus is getting them out of there.
Locals News10NBC spoke to are taking it day by day trying to stay positive and focused on the future.
Locals can still go to the Lodi Fire Station for food, water, and cleanup supplies throughout this weekend.
The Seneca County Sheriff's Office has suggested that the curfew that has been implemented in Lodi Point, Lower Lake Road area, Town of Lodi, from 7:30 PM until sunrise remain in effect until further notice.
The following resources are available for those in need:
Contact 911 and request emergency housing assistance
Holy Cross Church (607) 294-0064 – Mary (646) 478-6227
Red Cross (607) 739-1166 or 1-800-733-2767
Lodi food pantry Presbyterian church (607) 592-9043
Interlaken Reformed Church food pantry (607) 532-4321
Ovid Federated Church food pantry (607) 869-2794
Call 211 for county facilitator, can answer many questions & help with any needs
Seneca County office buildings (315) 539-1950
FEMA – (866) 697-2434
The Lodi Firehouse has the following available Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
• Cleaning Supplies
• Dry ice and ice
• Styrofoam coolers
The mobile Insurance Assistance trailer will be on-site at Lodi State Park on Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 8:00 PM to assist homeowners.
Updated: August 18, 2018 06:11 PM
Created: August 18, 2018 06:00 PM
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