Sandbagging volunteers needed in Madison and Monona

MADISON (WKOW) — The cities of Madison and Monona are in need of volunteers to make sandbags. 

In Madison, people who are available to help with sandbagging can fill out a form here

The city of Monona is also calling for volunteers to help fill, tie and stockpile sandbags. Volunteers can go to the following locations in Monona: 

  • Oneida Park on Tecumseh Ave.
  • Parking lot at Winnequah Road and Healy Lane
  • Dream Park parking lot on Healy Lane

All sandbagging locations will be operational from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Volunteers should bring shovels and gloves if possible. In addition, pickup tricks and trucks with trailers are needed to deliver sandbags to individual properties. Food and drink donations are also welcome at the sandbagging locations. 

Lake Monona is at a historic high. It’s expected to rise another two to four inches by the end of this weekend. 

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