A “Watch” level travel advisory remains in place for the entire county and the City of Plymouth.
The Yellow River is currently at 17.61 ft. The river is expected to crest near 17.7 ft. around 7 PM tonight and fall below flood stage around 9 PM on Monday, February 26, 2018.
We do have additional rain chances tonight through Friday (.15) and again Friday night through Saturday (.58).
This is the most up to dated Road Closures and High Water in the County:
Redwood – 14th to 14B Closed
Jarrah – 8A to 7th Closed Fir South of 7th Moved to High Water
Birch – 17th to 18th Closed 6th – Elm to 331 Move to High Water
14th – SR17 to Rose Closed Union – SR6 to 3B Moved to High Water
11th – Olive To Nutmeg Closed 6th – Elm to 331 Moved to High Water
Redwood – 14th to 14B Closed Dogwood – SR6 to Tyler Moved to High Water
17B – 331 to Cedar Closed 2B – Birch to Beech Moved to High Water
Olive – Glen Overmyer Dr to Dixon Lake Trl Closed
Dixon Lake Trl to 11th Closed Opened Douglas – SR6 to Tyler
2B – 331 to Beech Closed Opened 3rd – King to West Shore Dr
Beech – 3rd to 3B Closed
1st – King to Linden Closed
The Marshall County Commissioner are the process of trying to implement a Disaster Declaration for the county (NOTE: THIS IS NOT RELATED TO A TRAVEL RESTRICTION SUCH AS THE “WARNING” LEVEL ADVISORY)
Christine Stinson and Theresa Budd from the Marshall County Health Department will be looking at addressing health related issued due to the flooding as we move from response to recovery and Chuck Dewitt Marshall County Building Inspector and Keith Hammonds Building Inspector for the City of Plymouth have agreed to assist with conducting damage assessments.
Marianne Peters from Marshall County Solid Waste has provided resources to assist with debris issues that may occur during clean up.