According to James Dalton, Emergency Management Director of Durant/Bryan County, all roads in the county are open.
Whenever the lake level lowers to 634-635 feet, the water recedes enough to allow the roads to be passable. With the showers of this past week, the roads received more standing water, versus swift running water of a flash flood that would do the most damage to the roads.
District No. 1 on the west side of the county seemed to fare the best with Sand Point 2 Road being the only one in question, according to Dalton.
District 2 it seemed to receive as much damage this week as they received all year, according to Dalton.
District 3 received heavy rain fall but minimal damage. League Avenue and McQueen Street on the south side of Main Street received heavy damage back in May. They are waiting on the water to recede to access the improvements to be made. The roads will be improved upon instead of just resurfaced to avoid wash outs in the future.