Metro Nashville Police to monitor areas of flood concern as Harvey remnants approach

Metro Nashville Police will be monitoring creeks that could pose flood problems in the city as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey hit Middle Tennessee. PHOTO: FOX 17 News Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--The Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPS) is reminding officers of areas to be monitored as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey approach Middle Tennessee this weekend.

Chief Anderson issued the list of potential problem areas compiled by the Metro Water Services Department.

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According to the SKYWatch17 FutureTrack Rainfall projections, over seven inches could fall in Davidson County by Friday night. Other areas such as Clarksville could see over nine inches.

The list for creeks in Davidson County to be monitored by Metro PD are as follows:

Mill Creek:

Culbertson Road

Bluff Road

Concord Road Crossing at Williamson County line

Blackman Road at Seven Mile Creek

Whites Creek:

Lickton Pike near Whites Creek High School

Browns Creek:

Creek St., Hart Street, North Hill Street

Craighead Street near Beaman Bottling Plant

Fairgrounds entrance at Bransford Avenue

Nolensville Road at the entrance to the Fairgrounds

Harpeth River:

Newsome Station Road

The Baseball fields on McPherson Drive near Harpeth Bend Drive

Stones River

3100 Brandau Road

2326 Jackson Downs Boulevard

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