Flooding keeps some St. Louis County roads closed
Overall water levels are receding from this weekend's heavy rains, but as some roads re-open, St. Louis County Public Works crews have had to close two new ones due to flooding:...
Overall water levels are receding from this weekend’s heavy rains, but as some roads re-open, St. Louis County Public Works crews have had to close two new ones due to flooding:
- County State Aid Highway 16 (South Townline Road) about 0.3 miles west of County Road 313 (Macon Road) on the line between Clinton and McDavitt Townships.
- County Road 442 (South Townline Road) at the southern city limit of Hibbing between State Highway 73 and County Road 965 (Hingeley Road).
Two other roads remain with posted warning signs due to water on the roadway. These roads are considered passable and remain open at this time. They include:
- CSAH 95 (Bodas Road) in Fayal Township between Miller Trunk Highway and the Wellstone Memorial Site.
- County Road 453 (White Road) in Cherry Township, about a half-mile south of Allavus Road.
Public Works crews will continue to monitor road conditions. Anyone who encounters a dangerous road is asked to call 911.