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Fort Calhoun Station EPZ Evacuation Route Map

Fort Calhoun Evacuation Route Map

Nebraska Sub-Areas 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

 

Nebraska Sub-Area Evacuation Routes

Area

Description

Evacuation Routes and Reception Centers

1

This area includes the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge, but does not include the city of Blair. This area is bounded:
On the north by and on a line with Grant Avenue from the Missouri River west to 9th Street.
On the west by the eastern boundary of the Blair city limits south from Grant Avenue and 9th Street to Highway 75, south on county road P35 to county road P28.
On the south from the intersection of county road P35 and county road P28 east to the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge, following the southern boundary of DeSoto east to the Missouri River.
On the east by that stretch of the Missouri River from the southern boundary of the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge north to a line with Grand Avenue.

County Roads west to U.S. Hwy 30. (Do not drive past or toward Fort Calhoun Station) West on U.S. Hwy 30 to Fremont.

2

This area includes the city of Blair, the Blair Industrial Park, the village of Kennard, and the Cottonwood Marina, but does not include the village of Herman. This area is bounded:
On the north by and on a line with county road P4 from the Missouri River west to county road 29, south to county road 8, then west to Highway 75.
On the west from the intersection of county road 8 and Highway 75 SSW to the intersection of county road 14 and county road 21, then south on county road 21 to Highway 30.
On the south from the intersection of county road 21 and Highway 30 to county road P26. Then east to county road road P35 north on county road P35 to Highway 75, the eastern boundary of the Blair city limits to the intersection of Grant Avenue and 9th Street, by and on a line with Grant Avenue and 9th Street east to the Missouri River.
On the east by the Missouri River from a line with Grant Avenue north to a line with county road P4.

(Residents of Blair) west on State Hwy 91 to U.S. Hwy 77/275, south on U.S. Hwy 77/275 to Fremont.
Or, west on U.S. Hwy 30 to Fremont.
Or, (Residents north of Blair) County Roads to U.S. Hwy 75, north on U.S. Hwy 75 to the Herman-Scribner Road, west on the Herman-Scribner Road to U.S. Hwy 77/275, south on U.S. Hwy 77/275 to Fremont.
Or, (Residents south and west of Blair) County Roads to U.S. Hwy 30, west on U.S. Hwy 30 to Fremont.

3

This area does not include the village of Washington, the village of Kennard, or the Blair Industrial Park. This area is bounded:
On the north by and on a line with county road P28 from county road 39 west to county road P35, following county road P35 north to a line with county road P26, by and on a line with county road P26 west to Highway 30.
On the west from the intersection of county road P26 and Highway 30 following Highway 30 SSW to county road 21.
On the south from the intersection of Washington County Road 21 and Highway 30 SSE passing through the intersection of Washington county road 38 and county road 25 just north of the village of Washington, continuing SSE to the intersection of Washington county road 29 and Dutch hall Road (also known as the Washington/Douglas County Line), then east on Dutch Hall Road to Washington county road 39.
On the east from the intersection of Dutch Hall Road and county road 39 north to county road P28 and the southern boundary of subarea 1.

South to NE Hwy 36, NE Hwy 36 west to U.S. Hwy 275, north on U.S. Hwy 275 to the Fremont Military Avenue exit, west on Military Avenue to Johnson Road, Johnson Road south to the Fremont Middle School

4

This area includes the city of Fort Calhoun and the Boyer Chute Recreational Area, but does not include the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge. This area is bounded:
On the north by the southern boundary of the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge west from the Missouri River to county road P28, county road P28 west to county road 39.
On the west from the intersection of county road 39 and county road P28 south on county road 39 to Dutch Hall Road (also known as the Washington/ Douglas County Line.
On the south from the intersection of Dutch Hall Road east by and on a line to the Missouri River.
On the east by that stretch of the Missouri River from a line with Dutch Hall Road to the southern boundary of DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge.

South to NE Hwy 36, NE Hwy 36 west to U.S. Hwy 275, north on U.S. Hwy 275 to the Fremont Military Avenue exit, west on Military Avenue to Johnson Road, Johnson Road south to the Fremont Middle School.

5

This area is within Douglas County, but does not include the village of Washington or any part of Washington County. This area is bounded:
On the north from the intersection of 72nd Street and Dutch Hall Road (also known as the Washington/Douglas County line) west to 156th Street.
On the west from the intersection of 156th Street and Dutch Hall Road south to Pawnee Road.
On the south from the intersection of 156th Street and Pawnee Road east to the intersection of 78th Street and Pawnee Road, north to Omaha Trace, then east to the intersection of Omaha Trace and 72nd Street.
On the east from the intersection of Omaha Trace and 72nd Street north to Dutch Hall Road.

South to NE Hwy 36, NE Hwy 36 west to U.S. Hwy 275, north on U.S. Hwy 275 to the Fremont Military Avenue exit, west on Military Avenue to Johnson Road, Johnson Road south to the Fremont Middle School.