Hurricane Ida: Damage and Recovery in Bucks County

This virtual event will detail the damages that Hurricane Ida had on our environment, the recovery efforts, and how we can help to improve our local infrastructure and resiliency.

In September of last year, Hurricane Ida ripped through Bucks County, flooding towns and homes, claiming the lives of some of our residents, and causing around $12.5 million in damages. Ida highlighted the lack of resiliency our communities have when it comes to the increasing extreme natural events.

This virtual event will detail the damages that Hurricane Ida had on our environment, the recovery efforts, and how we can help to improve our local infrastructure and resiliency. It’ll feature speakers including State Senator Steve Santarsiero, Bucks County Commissioner Bob Harvie, and Tinicum Township Supervisor Eleanor Breslin, as well as input from local watershed partners.

Sign up HERE to get the Zoom link and call-in information to join us!

Hosted by: Conservation Voters of PA and PennFuture

Cosponsored by: Delaware Canal 21 and Primrose Creek Watershed Association

Conservation Voters of PA

Conservation Voters of PA

Conservation Voters of PA is the statewide political voice for the environment. We elect environmentally responsible candidates to state and local offices, advocate for strong environmental policies, and hold our elected officials accountable to safeguard the health of our communities, the beauty of our state, and the strength of our economy. Find out more info at Conservation Voters of PA.

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