Navarro County residents are asked to be aware that as of this time and date the major roadways in and out of Navarro county are open to the motoring public. Residents of Navarro county should be aware that several county roadways are still under water and unpassable. Barricades and warning signs should not be disregarded since the road ways could have been washed out due to the water surge. Bridges that look passable but are under water could have also suffered structural damage and will need to be inspected before being reopened. Navarro county residents are reminded to never drive into standing water that might results in a unnecessary rescue situation. Fines for disregarding the barricades and warning signs could be as much as $2,000.00 and could also be charged for the cost of the rescue.
REMEMBER – “TURN ARROUND - DON’T DROWN”