The City of Omaha has organized flood expenses into 147 categories.
Though the list is far from finished, it provides a glimpse into the mundane and sometimes extraordinary efforts to protect Omaha.
» $19,060 for a utility vehicle to check levees; $51,022 for a supply trailer; $62,800 for light stands
» $53,465 to repair a manhole in Lot D of the CenturyLink Center parking lot. Water from this manhole was flooding the parking lot.
» $206,301 to place a layer of asphalt atop a soggy levee to better support vehicles
» $235,000 to run a sandbagging operation at Carter Lake (total sandbag costs will be higher)
» $1.4 million to construct the Burt-Izard emergency pumping station needed to protect CenturyLink Center, TD Ameritrade Park and businesses such as the Hot Shops Art Center
» $375,950 to repair damage to the South Omaha sewage plant
» $128,393 to plug a manhole at the Papillion Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
Source: City of Omaha
— Compiled by World-Herald staff writer Nancy Gaarder