Those impacted by recent flooding and severe weather will have a chance to get all their questions answered at a Community Flood Assistance Event tomorrow.

Rogers County Emergency Management is teaming up with the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office to host a Community Flood Emergency Assistance Event on Tuesday, June 4.

The event will be from noon until 7 p.m. at the county building in front of the Claremore Expo (416 S. Brady).

"We will have multiple local volunteer organizations and county officials available to answer questions and offer potential assistance to those individuals that may have been impacted by the recent floods and storms," RCEM said. "We will be assisting our citizens in gathering information for the State Emergency Management Office. We will assist and provide resources to input the information into damage.ok.gov. Please pass this information along."

Organizations that will be on hand to assist and answer questions include but not limited to:

•Light Of Hope

•United Methodist Disaster Relief

•Salvation Army

•RoCo Health Dept

• OSU Extension Office

•Southern Baptist Disaster Relief

•RoCo Planning Commission

•RoCo Assesors Office