I'm not surprised to see how quickly Quad Citians organized to help those affected by the flood. It's just what we do.

If you or someone you know has been impacted by the devastation here are some local resources.

Hilltop Campus Village Executive Director, Scott Tunnicliff says his office is making a limited amount of storage space available for businesses affected by the flooding.

Anyone interested in moving goods or inventory to the Hilltop office can contact Tunicliff at 563-370-2098 or at hcvscott@gmail.com

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U-Haul of Eastern Iowa is providing 30 days of free storage to residents and businesses affected by the flood. Residents may use U-Box containers for 30 days according to a QC Times article. U-Box containers allow customers to store items in the company's warehouses or deliver them to a location of their choice.

Contact the U-Haul locations in Bettendorf, Davenport, Moline or Rock Island.


Total Solutions are offering free IT assistance to businesses. They specialize in IT disaster recovery services, from restoring hardware after natural disasters to preventing cybersecurity threats.

Any business owner with flood damage can call 563-200-9019 to request assistance or determine solutions to recover their technology.

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