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ST. LOUIS – Several cities are looking for volunteers to help sandbag on Monday.

In south St. Louis County – they’re asking for people to bring shovels to 137 Lemay Ferry Road.

St. Louis County Department of Transportation began sandbagging at 8 a.m. Monday at 8 a.m. along River City Casino Boulevard near Tennessee to keep roadways open to homes in the area.

Cooke's Gas Station in Winfield is asking for sandbagging help on Tuesday. Volunteers can arrive anytime after 8 a.m. The gas station is located at 330 E Main Street.

The organization St. Louis volunteer is looking for people to help sandbag immediately in Bellefontaine Neighbors. To register, click here – organizers are needed until 6 p.m. Monday, organizers said. Sandbagging efforts will begin around 11:00 a.m. and resume until most likely late afternoon. Those who wish to volunteer need to contact the United Way, by dialing 211 from any phone. Volunteers need to report to the Bellefontaine Neighbors City Hall, at 9641 Bellefontaine Road, and register. Shuttle service is available for transportation to and from the worksite.

The Mayor of Grafton shared a message around 9:45 a.m., they need sandbaggers at City Hall as soon as possible. City Hall is located at 118 E Main St, Grafton, Illinois 62037

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