Input of Crow Wing County residents, businesses needed for storm damage survey

The state of Minnesota is interested in surveying Crow Wing County residents about storm damage in May and June.

Tree rests on a garage
Chad Larson sits on his front steps while taking a break from clearing a downed oak tree Friday, May 13, 2022, that landed on his garage during a storm the previous night along Memorywood Drive in Baxter.
Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch file photo

BRAINERD — The state of Minnesota has asked Crow Wing County to survey residential and business owners to see if they had substantial storm damage to their homes, businesses or structures.

The dates to be included in the survey are the May 29-30 and June 20-24 storms. To respond to the online survey, visit by July 31.

For those with damage in excess of 40% to the structure, fill out the survey and someone will contact you. For more information, call 218-824-1044.

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