Athens Co Flooding Road Closures 02/22/18, 9:30AM, Turn Around, Don’t Drown!

Athens Co Road Closed Flooding

February 22, 2018 – 9:30AM

High water has been reported on the following Athens County roads and State Routes by the Athens County Engineer’s Office and ODOT;

  • CR 1 – Kimberly Rd, near McKee Paving
  • CR 10 – Baker Rd, Marion Johnson Rd to Brown Rd
  • CR 10 – Baker Rd, SR681 to Swart Rd
  • CR 12 Washington Rd, US50 intersection near Diamond Stone Rd
  • CR 15 – Wood Rd, SR681 to Sandusky Rd
  • CR 17 – Fisher Rd, Oxley Rd to Harner Rd
  • CR 17 – Fisher Rd, Pleasant Hill Rd to Chase Rd
  • CR 18 – Potter Rd, SR550 to Emma Wyatt Rd
  • CR 19 – Hebbardsville Rd, Fisher Rd to Cameron Rd
  • CR 27 – Jacksonville Rd, Chapman Rd to Wemer Rd
  • CR 34 – Dutch Creek Rd, SR690 to Pete Smith Rd
  • CR 38 – Sand Rock Road, SR550 to New England Rd
  • CR 42 – Mill School Rd, CR57 to CR42
  • CR 42 – Fossil Rock Rd, Shade Rd to Jeffers Rd
  • CR 44 – Bucks Lake Rd, Carter Rd to Hogue Hollow Rd
  • CR 49 – Joy Rd, SR377 to County Line
  • CR 53 – Lottridge Rd, 379 Lottridge Rd to County Line
  • CR 58 – Frost Rd, Smith Rd to Frost Rd
  • CR 65 – Deep Hollow Rd, Johnson Run Rd to Brimstone Rd
  • CR 69 – Chase Rd, Fisher Rd to Cherry Ridge Rd
  • CR 69 – Chase Rd, Pugh Rd to Pearlwood Rd
  • CR 70 – Meadowbrook Rd, Hebbardsville Rd to Ladd Ridge Rd
  • CR 78 – Marion Johnson Rd, Cameron Rd to Selby Rd
  • CR 81 – Fox Lake Rd, Fox Run Rd to Baker Rd
  • SR56 – Vinton Co Line to Athens City
  • SR550 – US33 to SR690
  • SR690 – US50 to SR550

Do not drive into high water, TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN!! Please avoid these areas.

About Athens County Emergency Management Agency

Emergency Management Agency is the central point of coordination within the county for response and recovery to disasters. The primary focus of the agency when not in a response or recovery mode is to ensure that the county and citizens residing in it, are prepared to respond to an emergency or disaster and to lead mitigation efforts against the effects of future disasters.
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