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Nearly all roads reopened after flooding in Williamson County

Posted: 5:24 PM, Feb 22, 2019
Updated: 2019-02-25 16:43:32Z
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FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WTVF) — UPDATE: All roads have been reopened in Williamson County as of Monday with the exception of Glenhaven Drive between Hwy 100 and Dogwood Drive.

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Dozens of roads were closed Wednesday in the first round of flooding, several more were closed Friday, including Old Natchez Trace at Temple Road in Franklin.Several parks across the county were also closed due to high water.

County officials are also keeping a close watch on the Harpeth River. On Friday, Emergency Management Officials said it was at 15 feet and “action stage” is 22 feet. With more rain expected over the weekend, the river was expected to reach 29 feet.

The Williamson County Emergency Operations Center is being staffed at all times as officials monitor river levels, low lying areas, and road conditions.

“Just be cautious,” said Adrienne Snap, a Williamson County Emergency Management Officer. “If you see a sign [that says road closed] don’t go around that sign. Pay attention to what it says.”

The Williamson County Office of Public Safety is continually updating its list of road closures on its website .