ATXfloods is maintained by the City of Austin Flood Early Warning System (FEWS) team. FEWS monitors weather and road conditions 24-7 on an on-call basis.
We keep the map and closure information as up-to-date as possible based on the best information currently available, but drivers should pay attention to road conditions. If you see water on the road, save yourself! Turn around, don't drown!
ATXfloods is a service of the City of Austin. The City of Austin and its partnering communities independently monitor and close flooded roads in their respective jurisdictions.
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|City of Austin||Travis County*||Sunset Valley||Cedar Park|
|Leander||Round Rock||Rollingwood||Williamson County*|
|Marble Falls||Hays County||Caldwell County||Bastrop County|
|Lee County||Fayette County||West Lake Hills|
*Travis & Williamson Counties update only the crossings that are outside the boundaries of any city. If a community is not listed above, crossing information may not be available.
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Flooding Notifications: Roads and Creeks
Austin's in the heart of Flash Flood Alley and subject to flooding even in a drought.
You are the one best able to protect yourself, your family and your neighbors from flooding. ATXFloods Alerts will help you know when to keep an eye on changing conditions, so you can take action to protect yourself.
Roads: Subscribers to ATXFloods Alerts will be notified of Austin's first road closure during a storm by text and/or email. Additional updates on road closures will be posted in real-time at www.ATXFloods.com.
Creeks: To help you be aware when a creek is rapidly rising near you, subscribers will be notified once by text, email and/or phone. This notification means you should begin monitoring weather and creek conditions through NOAA weather radio, television and radio reports, etc.
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