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Flooding in Pickaway County Has Closed Many Roads Here is the List


Pickaway County – Residents in the vicinity of the Scioto River are urged to remain vigilant as a Flood Warning has been extended, impacting several areas along its course. The warning encompasses various regions including the Scioto River at Columbus Frank Rd., Scioto River at Piketon, and Raccoon Creek near Granville. Additionally, the Flood Warning persists for the Scioto River at Circleville and Big Darby Creek at Darbyville.

Rainwater flooding is expected to continue until Thursday, April 4, 2024, until then roadway in the area will not only remain flooded but may increase flooding.

The following roadways in Pickaway county are currently flooded and I will keep an updated list of roadway floods until the 4th on this post.

Last Update 820 am on 4/3/24

Island Rd is closed in the area of Commercial Point Rd due to high water


SR-752 is closed in both directions West of Long St due to flooding. Motorists should use an alternate route.

Pickaway County has closed Goodman road between Perril road and London Lancaster road

Potential Impacts:

  • At 24.0 feet, while significant portions of the city are shielded from flooding, areas along the river outside the City of Columbus are vulnerable. Notably, flooding is expected along the Scioto River in southern Franklin County, affecting Franklin, Jackson, and Marion Townships.
  • Specific impacts include the closure of McKinley Avenue at 24.2 feet and flooding along Route 23 High Street near I-270.
  • Current Situation: At 1:20 PM EDT Tuesday, the river stage stood at 22.6 feet.
  • Forecast: The river is projected to rise above flood stage this evening, reaching a crest of 24.5 feet early Wednesday morning. Subsequently, water levels are expected to recede below flood stage by Wednesday morning.

Residents are advised to stay informed about local weather conditions and heed any evacuation orders or safety instructions issued by authorities. By remaining vigilant and taking necessary precautions, individuals can mitigate risks associated with potential flooding events.