What’s reopening as flooding subsides in Davenport

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DAVENPORT, Iowa — With the Mississippi River back in its banks, the City of Davenport can shut down its flood plan.

This means that South Concord from River Drive to Utah and Gaines Streets will be reopened by the end of the day Monday, October 10, 2016, according to an update on the City of Davenport’s website

The riverfront bike path and the bike bridge between Credit Island and South Concord have been reopened and the boat docks at Marquette Street will be returned later in the week.

The update also said that crews will take the flood panels down at Modern Woodmen Park, and access to the Compost Facility will be available via Railroad Avenue from South Concord or Rockingham Road/Highway 22 by the end of the day Monday.

Lastly, all pumps will be taken away and gates will be reopened.