Governor Issues Another Proclamation in Response to Widespread Flooding

Governor Reynolds has issued another proclamation for 27 counties in response to widespread flooding in the state.

The proclamation is for counties including Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, O’Brien, Palo Alto, and Pocahontas. The proclamation allows for the additional targeted suspension of specific regulatory requirements in affected counties to effectively respond to and recover from the flooding effects.

  • Suspend the regulatory provisions of licensed professionals who are acting on a temporary basis to aid disaster victims or provide emergency services for the following professions: architecture, engineering or land surveying, social work, psychology, marital and family therapy, and mental health counseling. 
  • Suspend the regulatory provisions and administrative rules promulgated thereunder, requiring a current, active Iowa license to practice architecture and engineering to the extent that the individuals practicing architecture and engineering hereunder meet educational, experience, and training requirements to obtain an Iowa license and are acting on a temporary basis to aid disaster victims or provide emergency services. 
  • Suspend the regulatory provisions requiring state electrical inspection fees be due and payable at or before commencement of the installation and requiring minimum fees when a state inspection is requested by a property owner to the extent said inspections are performed in response to and in aid of residential disaster victims. 
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