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|This was the record flood of June 2006. Flooding was widespread and severe in Sidney and Bainbridge.
|The East-West Main Street intersection and Press Building in Sidney begins to flood.
|Widespread severe flood damage caused by the September 2011 flood.
|The water treatment building and Grand Street in Sidney are inundated.
|Flood waters spread to Clinton Street, Grand Street, Avery Street, Liberty Street and Pleasant Street in Sidney. The Sidney central fire station takes on water.
|River Street and portions of East Main, and North Main Street in Bainbridge flood. Severe flooding occurs in Sidney. Sherman Avenue, Bridge Street, Willow Street and Cross Street flood. Scoville-Meno car dealership is impacted by flood waters.
|Portions of Route 7 between County Route 38 and Dingman Hill Road near Bainbridge are flooded. Flood waters reach the American Legion and inundate Adams, Gilbert, Weir and Union Streets in Sidney.
|Major Flood Stage. Flooding inundates County Route 39, Walnut Street, Front Street, and Oak Avenue in Bainbridge.
|Water floods the westbound entrance ramp of I-88 at Bainbridge. Camp Street and Gilbert Street in Sidney are flooded.
|Moderate Flood Stage. Water is 2 to 3 feet deep on Willow Street Extension in Sidney. Flood waters reach Camp Street, Winegard Street and Maple Avenue in sidney. The NYSEG substation and telephone buildings flood.
|Flooding develops near Front Street and Walnut Avenue in Bainbridge. Street level to first floor flooding occurs on Railroad Avenue, Colgrove Street and lower portions of River Street in Sidney.
|Minor flooding begins to impact the ball fields, trails and buildings on Willow Street Extension in Sidney.
|Flooding occurs in the low lying areas across the river from Bainbridge.
|Minor flooding occurs in fields and low lands near the river from Sidney to Bainbridge.
(1) looking upstream
(2) view of the gagehouse
(3) looking downstream