Roads closed due to flooding from rain

Several routes have closed in North Missouri due to high water. Remember, situations can change quickly, especially during flooding. Motorists are reminded to stay alert and to not drive through any water over the roadway. It only takes six inches of water (or less!) to lose control of your vehicle and possibly be swept into rising floodwaters. Any time there is water over the roadway, there may be damage to the road surface below. MoDOT encourages all motorists to Turn Around! Don’t Drown!

To keep up with the latest road closures for flooding, incidents and roadwork, the Missouri Department of Transportation provides a Traveler Information Map at Motorists are advised to check the map or call 1-888 ASK MODOT (1-888-275-6636) before heading out to plan alternate routes, as needed.


Andrew County

  • Route 48 east and west of Rosendale (One Hundred and Two River)
  • Route B from County Road 141 to County Road 132 west of Bolckow (One Hundred and Two River)
  • Route C from south of Rosendale (One Hundred and Two River)

Buchanan County

  • Route C from U.S. Route 36 to Saxton Easton Road SE west of Easton (Third Fork)
  • Route DD southwest of Gower between SE 115 Road and SE Horn Road (Malden Creek)
  • Route H from Route FF to 90th Road SE in Agency (Platte River)
  • Route P from Route UU in Buchanan County to Thornton Road in DeKalb County (Third Fork)
  • Route P from Route 6 to Muddy Creek Road (Third Fork)

DeKalb County

  • Route P from Route UU in Buchanan County to Thornton Road in DeKalb County west of Clarksdale (Third Fork)
  • Route W from Hedge Road to Hebron Road north of Maysville (Middle Fork of Lost Creek)

Gentry County

  • Route H from U.S. Route 136 to Route E south of Carmack (Grand River)

Nodaway County

  • Route U from Katydid Road to Third Street in Arkoe (One Hundred and Two River)
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