The Hamilton County Highway Dept., in conjunction with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office and Hamilton County Emergency Management, has placed signs throughout the county in places what have flooded roadways or has the potential to do so.
On May 4, the county issued a yellow-level travel advisory cautioning drivers to take extra precaution when traveling on some roads throughout the county. Rainy conditions are expected to continue through May 6.
Here is an updated list of where “high water” signs have been placed:
256th Street between Six Points Road and Meridian/Armstrong
146th Street and Shelborne Road
241st Street between Overdorf Road and Fall Road
266th Street west of Devaney Road
266th Street east of Ernest Road
Crooked Creek Road between 266th Street and 281st Street
196th Street between Creek Road and Victory Chapel Road
Durbin Road between Ind. 32 and Middletown Road
Prairie Baptist Road between Ind. 38 and 176th Street
Promise Road at 181st Street
WHITE RIVER TOWNSHIP
246th Street between Fall Road and Lacy Road
281st Street and Startsman Road