||The water treatment plant at McBaine begins flooding near this height.
||Interstate 70 just west of the Rocheport bridge begins flooding near this height.
||U.S. Highway 54 north of the U.S. Highway 63 split in Callaway County begins flooding near this height.
||On the NW side of Jefferson City, Highway 179 at Boonville Road and Western Air Street begin flooding. On the SE side, Eastland Drive, St. Louis Road, and East McCarty Street begin flooding.
||Missouri Boulevard at the Expressway begin to flood.
||Both lanes of U.S. Highway 63, north of Jefferson City, begin to flood. Also, Highway 50 begins flooding near this height.
||The Cole Junction levee northwest of Jefferson City is overtopped near this height.
||Highway 179 at Marion, west of Jefferson City, floods. In downtown Jefferson City, Missouri Boulevard, Geneva Street, Broadway Street, and West Dunklin Street all begin flooding. Also, this represents the protection level of the levee protecting Hartsburg, MO and the Rievaux levee just west of Wainwright.
||The Katy Trail floods near Claysville.
||Railroad tracks begin to flood. The Cedar City levee at the Highway 63 bridge, the Capitol View levee south of the airport, the Wainwright levee, and the Jacobs levee near Tebbetts all overtop near this height.
||The Renz levee upstream of Jefferson City and north of the Missouri River and the Capitol View levee protecting the airport are overtopped near this height.
||Power plant operations are affected. Airport property begins to flood.
||The Tebbetts East Levee south and east of Tebbetts and the Cole Junction levee just northwest of Jefferson City are overtopped near this height. Also...the Prison Farm and Hartsburg Section 3 levees are overtopped near this height. Washington Park along Wears Creek begins flooding.
||The Katy Trail floods between McBaine and Easley.
||Osage City on the Osage River may begin flooding from backwater. This is particularly true when the St. Thomas gage is above 11 feet. Also, the prison farm levee 7 to 10 miles north of Jefferson City will overtop near this stage.
||Walnut Street just southwest of U.S. Highway 50/63 begins flooding.
||Near this height, Highway 94 near Portland begin flooding.
||The Katy Trail floods near Wilton.
||The Katy Trail floods near Easley.
||State Route 179 near Sandy Hook is closed due to flooding. Also, State Highway K one mile east of McBaine in Boone County is closed.
||Pumping from a ditch in Hartsburg, MO begins. At this height...numerous county roads near McBaine...Easley...and Ashland are flooded. These include Coats Lane...Grocery Branch...Burr Oak...Old Plank...Harold Cunningham...Fox Hollow...Cedar Tree...Jemerson Creek...Christian School...Claysville...and Soft Pit Hill Roads.
||The levee protecting McBaine is breached near this height.
||The Katy Trail Floods near Rocheport.
||Easley River Road is closed along the river near Easley.
||Near this height...Smith Hatchery is closed south of Coopers Landing and Providence Landing cannot be reached.
||Flood Stage. Minor flooding begins.
||The River Banks begin to overflow.
||The Missouri American Water Company intakes shut off below this approximate level.
(1) Aerial view of 1993 flood looking south (courtesy USGS)
(2) Aerial view of Highway 54 during the 1993 flood (courtesy USGS)
(3) Jefferson City Airport in flood
(4) Air Reserve Center in flood
(5) Airport hangar in flood
(6) Airport terminal building in flood
(7) Airport cafe in flood
(8) End of High Street at Water Street in Osage City on September 17, 2008 near 28.0 ft.
(9) End of Railroad Street in Osage City on September 17, 2008 near 28.0 ft.
(10) Engineers Road at Front Street in Osage City on September 17, 2008 near 28.0 ft.
(11) House on High Street Osage City on September 17, 2008 at a stage of near 28.0 ft.
(12) Boat ramp and riverside park west of the Highway 63 bridge on September 17, 2008 at 27.2 ft.
(13) Boat ramp just west of the Highway 63 bridge at Jefferson City on September 17, 2008 at 27.3 ft.
(14) South Bush Landing Road on September 17, 2008 at a stage near 27.2 ft.
(15) Jefferson City staff gage downstream of the old bridge site.