The Marshall County Board of Commissioners has implemented a travel “Warning” specifically for German Township. The travel “Warning is due to the high number of roads that are experiencing flooding in the north east part of the County. The severe weather has even caused county roads to be washed out by the heavy rain fall.
A “Warning” level travel advisory is the highest level of local travel restriction and means that travel may be restricted to emergency management workers only.
During a “Warning” local travel advisory, individuals are directed to:
A – refrain from all travel;
B – comply with necessary emergency measures;
C – cooperate with public officials and disaster services forces in executing emergency operations plans; and
D – obey and comply with the lawful directions of properly identified officers.
The public is encouraged to avoid areas where flood waters are present. Drivers are not move or drive around barricades on county roads.