CITY: Inspectors to survey damaged homes in Richmond, several mandatory evacuations lifted

The city of Richmond announced Monday teams of inspectors will survey damaged areas in an effort to help assist residents returning home. Several homes have been identified as needing inspections, according to a press release from the city.

“Inspectors will be out first thing Monday morning talking with residents and informing them of the situation regarding each individual property,” the release stated.

The most damaged areas identified are along Riveredge Drive, according to the release.

All lift stations are back in normal working order and waste services are up and running, according to Michelle Moore, communications specialist for the city.

Several mandatory evacuation orders for certain areas of Richmond were lifted as of Monday. See the updated order releasing the evacuations below: