The following roads are some of those affected because of flooding as of 11:45 a.m. Friday:
Runkle Road between Ohio 235 and West Road
Kiser Lake Road between Smith and Ward roads
Clark Road at Route 296 and Herr Road
Craig Road between Old 70 Road and East Pitchin Road
Lower Valley Pike from I-675 to Route 369
Spangler Road between I-675 and Lower Valley Pike
Snider Road between Lower Valley Pike and Mad River Twp.
St Paris Pike south of Baker Road to Mad River
Upper Valley Pike between Old Columbus Road and U.S. 40
Upper Valley Pike between Shrine Road and Creekwood Court
Several near Greenville, Versailles, Gettysburg and Palastine
Hunter Road at Ohio 118
Main Street between Spring Valley Painters Road and Paintersville New Jasper Road
Ohio 725 near Bellbrook and Sackett Wright Park
Stewart Road between Washington Mill and Mead roads
Washington Mill between Stringview and Graff Mill Roads
Hilltop at Fairgrounds is not closed, but there is high water
Several roads at Russells Point
State Route 571 closed at state Route 202 near Tipp City
Tipp-Elizabeth Road at state Route 202 near Tipp City
Swailes Road at County Road 25A in Troy
Swailes Road near Creekwood Drive in Troy
Alcony-Conover Road at U.S. 36
Troy-Sidney and Loy roads in Springcreek Twp.
State Route 41 west of state Route 201 in Elizabeth Twp.
Canal Road in Tipp City
Martindale Road at the Stillwater River
Old Springfield Road
5000 Middletown Road at the covered bridge, between Waynesville and Corwin Roads
The 5700 block of Corwin Road in Waynesville
Bike Trail near Ohio 350 in Washington Twp.
Glosser Road, between Main Street and Cincinnati Avenue in Lebanon
Franklin Trenton Road, between South Avenue and Hobart Avenue
Davis Road, between Old 3C and Miami Drive
Several roads in Fountain City
Several roads in the Abington area
Waterfall Road near Springwood Park
A travel advisory has been issued due to ponding water and localized flooding until noon Friday.
The rising waters, caused by the heavy rain moving into the area, along with already saturated grounds, has many residents in Greene County concerned, especially near Caesar’s Creek in Xenia Twp.
Seth Moore, who lives on U.S. 68 near Caesar’s Creek already has a plan in place for when the water levels start to rise, including a canoe if they need to leave.
“(When the flooding starts) The big thing is to move our car,” Moore told News Center 7’s Gabrielle Enright. “You go around the house and pick up stuff in the yard you might have left out, and trash is another big one.”