Athens Co Flooding Road Closures 04/4/18, 12:00PM, Turn Around, Don’t Drown

Athens Co Road Closed Flooding

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 4, 2018 – 12:00PM

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

  • CR 1 – Kimberly Rd, one lane at McKee asphalt
  • CR 4 – Glenn Ebon Rd, US33 to SR691
  • CR 17A – Hebbardsville Rd, at McGrath Rd
  • CR 18 – Potter Rd, SR550 to Emma Wyatt Rd
  • CR 19 – Hebbardsville Rd, Alexander Church Rd to Cameron Rd
  • CR 24 – Harmony Rd, South Canaan Rd to dead end
  • CR 27 – Millfield Rd, Truetown Rd to the bridge
  • CR 31 – Oakdale Rd, McLeish Rd to Johnson Run Rd
  • CR 38 – Sand Rock Rd, SR550 to New England Rd
  • CR 58 – Frost Rd, Smith Rd to Frost
  • CR 59 – Four Mile Rd, SR144 to Ridge Rd
  • CR 68 – Johnson Run Rd, at Oakdale Rd, restricted
  • CR 85 – Big Run Rd, SR550 – County Line
  • CR 93 – Main St, SR13 to Bell Rd
  • CR 93 – Truetown Rd, SR685 to Oregon Ridge Rd
  • CR 109 – Beebe Rd, Beebe bridge to County line
  • SR13 – SR550 to SR682, restricted
  • SR13 – SR685 to SR329
  • SR13 – SR329 to SR78
  • SR56 – Vinton Co line to Athens Corp Limit
  • SR78 – Morgan Co line to SR13, Glouster
  • SR144 – US50 to SR13
  • SR329 – SR550 to SR13
  • SR356 – SR681 to SR56
  • SR550 – SR690 to SR329
  • SR550 – SR329 to SR377
  • SR681 – SR356 to US50
  • SR685 – SR78 to SR13
  • SR690 – US50 to SR550

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

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