Welcome to the official website for Comanche County Government. Here you will find information on many programs and services, as well as subjects of interest to residents and visitors. We are here to offer assistance in making Comanche County a great place to live, work and play.
Below are some instructions on what to do if your home was damaged due to recent flooding.
CALL FEMA! If you register with them on the phone you will be given a claim number that will expedite the assistance process. Their number is 1-800-621-FEMA(3362).
If you look to menu on the left of this article, there are more resources listed under "Flooding - May 2015":
On Tuesday, Fort Sill requested county aid in searching for missing Staff SGT David Lee Hawkins. The soldier went missing on Monday at 4am when he tried to drive over Medicine Creek on a low water crossing. Although they found and recovered his vehicle, the soldier was still missing. While Fort Sill and Lawton Fire Department searched the portions of Medicine Creek and East Cache Creek that lay in Fort Sill property, Emergency Management organized the county’s efforts to search East Cache Creek after it leaves Fort Sill. Lawton Fire Department and the Comanche County VFD’s of Cache, Chattanooga, Cox's Store, Fletcher, Flowermound, Geronimo, Hulen and Valley View conducted search and rescue efforts from Roger’s Lane to New Hope Road. The Comanche County Sheriff’s Office assisted the rescue teams, and the Comanche Nation Police searched the areas in Tribal territory. The County started their search at 8am on Tuesday, and ended at 12:30 when weather raised safety concerns for the teams. Slippery banks and overgrown vegetation become hazardous for the volunteers; and the nagging of mosquitos and threat of snakes did not make their job easier.
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