Initial damage during the storm required help from the National Guard to fill the gap in Garland County. Since then, the office of emergency management has taken over the cleanup efforts.
While the process is going smoothly, it could be costly without help from FEMA.
"It seems like it's going to take a large part of the road fund if we don't have any reimbursement, so I don't know what kind of impact that will have for our road department in 2013," says Emergency Management Director Joy Sanders.
Folks can help the cleanup efforts by burning debris you collect in your own yard.
Those with wood-burning fireplaces can salvage the debris that's usable to keep the county from having to pick it up.