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Floods Can Cause Extensive Damage in Nampa – Call SERVPRO for Help

4/18/2021 (Permalink)

sewage sludge removal, man in boots Biohazard Cleanup of Sewage after a Storm Needed? We can help our Nampa neighbors.

Cleaning Up After a Storm Sewer Backup in Nampa

Nampa has a population of approximately 100,000 people and is the third-largest city in the state of Idaho. Nampa began as a railroad town in the early 1880s and became incorporated in 1890. Four tracks run through the city, and the city has grown up around the railyards. There are 24 parks, a recreation center, golf courses, the Boise State University, and the Snake River Stampede Rodeo is hosted at the Idaho Center arena every year, along with many other scheduled events.

The Nampa area offers lots of attractions that appeal to indoor and outdoor enthusiasts. They include:

  • Warhawk Air Museum
  • Wilson Spring Ponds
  • Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge
  • Sawtooth Winery
  • Nampa Green Belt
  • Ford Idaho Center
  • Snake River Stampede Rodeo
  • Farmers Market
  • Canyon Country Historical Museum
  • Northwest Nazarene University
  • Nampa Civic Center

Warhawk Air Museum

The Warhawk Air Museum began in 1989 in a hanger in the Caldwell airport where John Paul began restoring WWII planes. Many residents donated various items from the war. By the year 2000, he had so many donations that they decided to relocate to Nampa and start the Warhawk Air Museum. While it was initially focused on WWII, the museum has many items today from the Iraq War, the Vietnam War, the Persian War, and the Korean War. Currently, there are 13 planes on display and many artifacts from the above-named wars. They are a not-for-profit organization and are funded by generous donations from public and private foundations.

Wilson Spring Ponds

Wilson Spring South Pond covers 1.1 acres and offers paved pathways to several fishing areas. There are unimproved trails popular with local anglers and families.

There is a daily bag limit for any fish caught in the pond. Game fish are stocked and include – Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, and Rainbow Trout.

Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge

The refuge visitor center is at the Lake Lowell site just outside Nampa. It is considered an important breeding area for many mammals and birds, a wintering and resting area for many birds, including Canada Geese. The refuge covers 42.69 square kilometers or about 16 square miles.

Nampa Farmers Market

Located at 13th Avenue South Lloyd Square - 13th &, Front St, at Lloyd Square offers wares by local farmers, local food, vendors, artists, and bakers. There often local musicians playing while you browse the market stalls.

Floodwaters and Sewage Cleanup May Require Biohazard Remediation

Floodwaters raging down your street can cause all kinds of damage, including water from storm sewers and raw sewage entering your home or business. These floodwaters carry bacteria, viruses, human waste, and chemicals that may cause health effects.

Cleaning up after flood damage in Nampa can be messy, especially with sewage overflows mixing with floodwaters. SERVPRO takes all of the appropriate precautions to protect our team and our clients from all potential health effects. Call SERVPRO for all of your needs for:

Call SERVPRO of Nampa / Caldwell for flood damage restoration in Nampa and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (208) 466-5000.

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