||Record flood is in progress. Unprotected areas of Marion County wash away. Water is at critical levels on levee protecting IUPUI...downtown Indianapolis...Haughville area and levees in southern Marion County. The levee of the east side of the White River immediately south of Southport Rd will likely fail. Failure floods residential area along Southport Road and eastward to SR 37.
||Major flood in progress. Flood waters approaching South West Street.
||Flood waters threaten levees particularly on southwest portion of Marion county.
||Flooding occurs of residential areas near I-465 on the southside including Hoosier Acres and High Acre Manor. Flooding begins to affect southside wastewater plant.
||Flood waters possibly threaten Broad Ripple. Troy Avenue floods from backwater. Other areas that flood are Rocky Ripple and Ravenswood.
||Levee at Mann Road may overtop (fail). Area that floods is known as High Acre Manor on southwest side of city.
||Levee at Mann Road may overtop. Flooding affects area known as High Acre Manor on the southwest side.
||Hoosier Acres and High Acre Manors on the city's south and west side begins to flood.
||Frog Hollow...near Troy Avenue and Harding Street flooded at this level on March 2 2011. Water could not get out because the river was high. Major drainage project may prevent this after November 2011. Seep water noted along the levee on the south side of Harding Street.
||Extensive flooding occurs in unprotected areas of Marion County... particularly in southwest portion. Water extremely high and swift between the levees from 10th Street to Harding Street. Normal river side locations flooded by 6 to 10 feet of water.
||February 2008 flood closed portions of Chase St., Arbor Ave. and Coffey St. in the Frog Hollow area on the Southside of the City.
||Lowland flooding begins in central and southern Marion County. Riverside Golf Course may begin to flood.
||Little if any is flooding in the central part of the city. Numerous flap gates close. Flooding begins outside of protected areas.
(1) White River at Indianapolis from Morris Street Bridge
(2) White River at Indianapolis near bankfull
(3) White River Looking South From Raymond Street
(4) White River Looking North From Raymond Street
(5) West Street is a levee